Bee stings are painful and may cause Fever and Headaches; an allergic reaction can further cause swelling, redness, and rash. Try to remove the sting and apply a cold compress of Chamomile to the area.
Leave it for several house if possible but if the sting is in an awkward place just hold the compress to it for a as long as possible. In both cases, apply 1 drop of neat Chamomile three times a day for two days.
Follow the treatment recommended for bee stings
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