Hi, I seem to be allergic to jelly fish stings. I like to surf/swim in the ocean a lot and I see jelly fish sometimes and try to avoid them but when I get stung it get swollen and looks like big red hives. Friends who I am with get stung and it just looks like a little pimple and goes away in a day or 2 while my stings seem to take a week or 2. Does anyone know any remedies that I could use for this? It is generally in the Pacific Ocean off of CA and Mexico.
Try cinnamon on your next burn. I keep it in my car, back/sports pack, work & kitchen. Any burn; iron, gas/electric/wood stove, insect or jellyfish sting, motorcycle muffler or abrasion can be remedied using this native healing product. Our family has been using for generations for it's anispetic/healing capability. May be applied as often as needed. Doesn't stain clothing or furniture. Promotes healing via it's phytochemical compounds to reduce pain, counteract bacteria and disinfect wounds without blistering and little to no scarring.
I've had 3rd degree burns from a clothes iron (inner arm) and from motorcycle pipes (leg calf) and have no scarring. Use it on my grandkids at the beach when they encounter jelly fish. Simply shake on, the pain is immediately gone. If pain returns (as with 2nd & 3rd degree burns) simply shake on more. Blistering will be minimal & will not run (aka 'leak'). Scabbing will look slightly darker than normal, but will come off without leaving any disfigurment to the skin surface. On major injuries, I use until fully scabbed. (And it smells good too! )