Orange Naturals Bites and Stings

We may all love the out-of-doors but we don’t all love the critters that nibble on us when we’re outside enjoying nature. Inevitably each spring, summer or fall most of us will have a ‘run-in’ with a mosquito, a black fly, a spider, a deer fly or a wasp. That ‘run in’ may lead to a mild little itch or to a great deal of swelling, discomfort, inflammation, redness or burning. Orange Naturals Bites+Stings homeopathic topical cream will help you find quick relief from those inevitable run-ins with mother nature’s tiny but mighty insects. Keep a tube in your picnic hamper, your backpack, the baby’s diaper bag, the bow of your canoe or your jacket pocket.

Benefits
Topical homeopathic cream that helps relieve minor skin irritations and discomfort due to insect bites or stings
Soothes itching, pain, swelling and redness
Natural antiseptic properties
Features
All natural first aid cream with soothing medicinal ingredients
No artificial colours
Fragrance free cream
No parabens, petroleum, lanolin or propylene glycol
Safe and non-toxic
Gluten-free (safe for external use by those sensitive to absorption of wheat or gluten)Medicinal Ingredients
Apis mellifera 1X
Apis mellifera 3X
Arnica montana 3X
Arnica montana 6X
Calendula officinalis MT
Ledum palustre 3X
Urtica urens 3X

Non Medicinal Ingredients
Beeswax, shea butter, MCT oil, cetearyl alcohol, glycerin, tocopherol, sodium citrate, sodium lactate, carbomer, potassium hydroxide, purified water, lactose (trace amount only).Recommended Use
Topical homeopathic cream to relieve the pain, itching and swelling of insect bites and stings.

Directions
Adults and children (0 years and up): apply generously to affected areas once daily or as needed. External use only.

Cautions
Do not apply to open wounds or broken skin. Consult a healthcare practitioner prior to use if pregnant, breastfeeding or have a serious medical condition, and during use if symptoms persist, worsen or if new symptoms develop. Discontinue use if hypersensitivity (e.g. contact dermatitis) occurs.