Jasmine Flowers for Reducing Bee Sting Swelling

Jasmine Flowers for Reducing Bee Sting SwellingThe flower is white. The flower is small. The flower is fragrant. Jasmine flower is very popular in the world as one favorite ingredient to create amazing scent. Although most jasmine species are native to Asia, Africa, and Australia, while only one species is native to Europe, many jasmine species are already naturalized in Europe and various places in the world. In many countries, jasmine plays a big part in cultural events. However, the best benefit of jasmine is its ability to help human maintain the health. One example is to help reduce swelling due to bee sting.

Actually, one bee sting does only a little harm to human life. Even you do nothing, the swelling will eventually disappear. However, the swelling can be so painful that you may not able to do many things and surely it will ruin your performance. In addition, if you have the swelling on a visible area, it will be so ugly and embarrassing. In order to reduce the swelling and the pain, you can use jasmine flowers to deal with it. If you have jasmine in your garden and the flowers happen to bloom, take a handful of jasmine flowers or less, crush them using your hand, and apply it to the area where the bee stung. If you do it immediately after the bee stung you, you can prevent it from swelling.

Jasmine flowers and leaves contain many useful substances such as indol, benzyl, and livalylacetaat. Besides treating swelling due to the bee sting, jasmine flowers or leaves can be used to treat eye problems, including eye irritation, headache, and fever. It can also be used to reduce the excessive breast milk production. Since jasmine has many benefits for human, it will be better if you grow jasmine in your garden. Anytime you are stung by bees, you can easily take jasmine flowers from your own garden. Even more, the beautiful jasmine and the scent will be a great addition to your garden.