Mix equal parts of baking soda and vinegar into a paste and apply to the sting. Bananas rub the affected area with the inside of a banana skin. Some people experience amazing results at reducing swelling and irritation. Calamine lotion will ease the itch.
Egg This remedy is useful for stings. Carefully peel the membrane from inside a raw eggshell and place it over the area that has been stung. Allow to completely shrivel and dry. This will pull out the stinger and help clear up the redness and swelling which causes severe itching and pain...
Epsom salts Dissolve one tablespoon of Epsom salts in a quart of hot water, chill, then dab on the bite/s for several minutes with a cotton ball. Honey Applying honey (preferably raw) immediately after being stung by a bee will keep you from having any pain. Ice or a cold pack is one of the first remedies to use after you have been stung. It will help reduce inflammation and swelling.
Lemon oil Mix 1-2 drops of lemon oil (aromatherapy) with one teaspoon of honey around the bite to prevent infection. Meat tenderizer Make a paste of meat tenderizer and water and rub on the bite area. Good also for jellyfish stings. Tenderizer has papain, which helps break down the proteins present in insect venom.
Onion Cut an onion and rub it on the sting to draw out the poison. Peppermint, either from the garden or an essential oil, rubbed onto the sting or bite, will help cool the bite so that you don't feel like scratching it.
Salt Rub salt on insect bites.
Tea tree oil
Tea tree oil contains antiseptic compounds that make it a powerful disinfectant. Apply it full strength. CAUTION: If you experience an allergic reaction to a sting, such as difficulty breathing or swallowing, nausea or chest pains go to the hospital immediately