I know you can use Alkaline DocLeaf Juice on acid stings like bee stings, Nettle stings and ant bites, but can you use it on wasp stings? Will that just make it worse? Or will it work?


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From what I could find, I wouldn't use it for a wasp sting. It works for bee stings but has the opposite effect on wasp stings. One is acidic and one is not. Best to use what this site says to do . Good information here.

Wasp Sting: Symptoms, Treatments & Complications - Healthline

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