Can you be allergic to mosquito bites? Got bitten by a few yesterday evening. Legs arms head. Never seen bites that red and swollen. The one on my forehead is driving me crazy. Probably my aides to hehe. So itchy. Ones on my legs arms are giving me low key AD. Calamine helps. So either I'm suddenly allergic. Or the bloodsuckers here are some super mutants.
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Black Walnut Hull Tincture relieves mosquito bites, wasp stings, yellow-jacket stings, spider bites, stings from low-life sneaky-no-good bugs that attack and run, and...wait for it...snakebites! Just a few tiny sips gives great relief for the bug bites. It’s hard to find information about this online. I searched and found the following small mention of it for snakebites on an alternative therapy website.
“Black Walnut has been used in herbal medicine for thousands of years. It has been used throughout history for treatment of intestinal problems, snakebites, open wounds, ulcers, scurvy, and as one of the most effective laxatives available. ... Black walnut tincture is not only high in a bio-assimilable, plant form of iodide, but it also has anti-bacterial, anti-parasitic, and fungicidal properties. The amount of iodine in black walnut tincture is so high that it can be used as a substitute for iodine antiseptics. Black walnut tincture works as an iodine antiseptic because it is an oxidizing agent. This means it acts as an electrolyte which upsets the cellular balance of any bacteria or other microbial it comes in contact with.” shop.eck-tech.com/product.sc?productId=254