Using onion juice this way can take away the pain

Beautiful young woman, brunette holds onions and garlic in the kitchen at a table full of organic vegetables

Many men say it heals the pain faster than traditional treatments…

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Using onion juice this way can take away the pain

There is a little town in Southeastern Pennsylvania called Boyertown. 

This town has a road that winds up the mountainside and overlooks an orchard full of apple trees. 

It’s a beautiful place – as long as you aren’t trying to navigate the road when there is snow on it.

This particular road is called Mountain Mary Road.

Local lore says that Mountain Mary was the herbalist, or medicine woman, before there were certified doctors in the area. And that was the road she lived on. 

For much of human history, people who practiced medicine did it mostly by trial and error – and passed the solutions that worked down to new generations.

Because this kind of medicine wasn’t supported by double-blind scientific studies, some of it worked and some of it didn’t. 

Heck, even now, some of our medicine works better than other parts of it…

But I chalk that up to profit motivation.

Since lots of natural medicine did work, I’m of the opinion that we should keep the natural remedies that work – especially if they pose no additional harm.

And it seems that one of those remedies is using onion juice to calm down bee and wasp stings and take the pain away. 

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It sounds weird, but there is a lot of folklore and a little bit of science that says it works.

Important – about anaphylaxis and stings from bees and wasps

Only try this remedy for NORMAL reactions to bee and wasp stings. 

As you probably know, some people get anaphylactic shock reactions from stinging insects. And anaphylaxis is very dangerous.

“Anaphylaxis is a severe, potentially life-threatening allergic reaction. It can occur within seconds or minutes of exposure to something you’re allergic to, such as peanuts or bee stings.”

“Anaphylaxis causes your immune system to release a flood of chemicals that can cause you to go into shock – your blood pressure drops suddenly and your airways narrow, blocking breathing. Signs and symptoms include a rapid, weak pulse; a skin rash; and nausea and vomiting. Common triggers include certain foods, some medications, insect venom, and latex.”

If you experience ANY symptoms of anaphylaxis from a sting, make sure you treat it appropriately immediately by using an EpiPen and going to the emergency room.

“Anaphylaxis requires an injection of epinephrine and a follow-up trip to an emergency room. If you don’t have epinephrine, you need to go to an emergency room immediately. If anaphylaxis isn’t treated right away, it can be fatal.”

Anaphylaxis is nothing to play around with. 

Thankfully it’s fairly rare and most people just have pain, irritation, and mild swelling with a sting.

If you don’t have anaphylaxis symptoms after a bee or wasp sting, try onion juice.

This method has been used for generations and seems to be effective. 

A study of Turkish beekeepers found that it was common that they used onion to reduce the effects of bee stings.

“61.5% of the beekeepers applied alternative treatments (eg, garlic, onion water, yogurt)…”

Sometimes people apply an onion slice directly to the sting and it seems to work”

“A friend told me to cut an onion and press the cut side to the sting, holding it there for at least 10 minutes. I tried it the last time I got stung and, miracle of miracles, it really worked…”

Other times, people extract juice from the onion and apply it to the sting.

“I cut an onion and put it on the stung spot. It felt a little better, but I wanted faster relief. I chopped the onion into small pieces and put some in my garlic press. I squeezed the juice into a small bowl, soaked a gauze pad with it and applied it to my finger. Right away the pain was gone, and the swelling was much reduced.”

The onion juice might make you stinky… But it’s unlikely to have any additional negative side effects.

And for many people, onion helps them to feel better faster.

So the next time you get a bee or wasp sting (provided you aren’t allergic), you might want to give it a try.

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