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10 Most Painful Insect Stings and How To Treat Them

10. Sweat Bee

The sweat bee is a general name given to various bees that are attracted to the salts in human perspiration. It is one of the most common bees in the world. The sweat bees are found in large numbers in Northern parts of U.S, about 1000 species in total.

Sweat bees only reach up to a length between 3-10 mm. The sweet bees sting if you try to remove them from your skin. Only the female sweat bee sting, the male bee used to pinch in disturbed.

The sting from a female sweat bee will cause a little bit of pain and burning sensation. Severe itching and formation of papule are other common symptoms of sweat bee sting.


Treatment for sweat bee sting

Immediate medical attention is must for the victim who shows extreme swelling.
Household ammonia and apple cider vinegar is very useful to reduce pain and burning effect caused by sweat bee sting.
Use baking soda to relieve itching.