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100 Home Remedies for Hives

Roger Handley

I suffered from outbreaks of hives for years. I still have white scars on my forearms where I scratched without relief. The dermatologist told me that stress was the problem, but the stress ended and the hives continued. I finally kept a journal of where I went, what I did, and what I ate each day. Eventually I discovered that drinking tea was the cause of my hives. If I drink tea for several days, I have hives; if not, I don't. It wasn't easy finding the cause, but living without hives is a blessing!

Anonymous

Take an Ice cold shower or bath and sit in front of a fan on high for about five minutes. wear thin clothes like a t shirt and sleeping pants/shorts. works every time for me!

Anonymous

chickweed ointment is the only thing i've foung that actually get rid of the itch chickweed,peppermint,almond oil,and beeswax

Anonymous

Make a paste with 2 cups of oatmeal and 3 tablespoons of cornstarch. Add a little water to make it into a paste. Apply to affected area for 15-30 minutes. It dries the hives up within a couple of hours.

connie

If you get hives, rub some non-scented (store-bought) baby oil. Your hives will go away right before your eyes.
I get bad hives and the doctors medicines never worked...only after a couple of hours. I went to see an OLD herbalist and she just rubbed simple baby oil on me and it disappeared right away.

Anonymous

Bathe with a few cups of finely ground oatmeal, a cup or two of chamomile, and under a cup of baking soda.

Anonymous

Drink tea made with a couple teaspoons of powdered stinging nettles (add honey and/or lemon for flavor).

Anonymous

Apply aloe vera gel or vitamin E oil to the affected area twice a day.

Anonymous

Take cayenne pepper in capsule form to aid the healing process.

Anonymous

Take vitamin C, vitamin E, and zinc to help heal.

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