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Marie Originals Bite Relief Spray -- 1 fl oz

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Marie Originals Bite Relief Spray -- 1 fl oz

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Marie Originals Bite Relief Spray Description

  • The Bioactive Combo for Insect Bites
  • Pure • Plant Power
  • Homeopathic
  • Remove Irritants
  • Pain Relief
  • Instantly Stops Itching

This powerful anti-inflammatory treatment instantly alleivates itching and swelling caused by insect bites.


Our all-natural Bite Relief Spray is a potent blend of North American grown herbs selected for their antihistamine properties. Formulated to soothe itching caused by insect bites, the Bite Relief Spray contains a powerful dose of bentonite clay to eliminate toxins from the skin, and calm the itch.


Key Ingredients:


This herb has natural anti-inflammatory properties to soothe the skin.


Apple Cider Vinegar
This ingredient cleanses the skin and helps eliminate irritation.


Bentonite Clay
This ingredient is used for its skin-soothing and detoxifying properties to relieve the itch.



Shake well before use. Apply treatment to the affected area as needed until symptoms resolve. After spraying the affected area, allow remedy to dry on skin. Welcome relief!


This remedy is intended to treat discomfort caused by bug bites and is not indicated for serious bites.

Free Of
GMOs, SLS, gluten, cruelty, parabens, petroleum, phthalates, artificial dyes or scents.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Ingredients: Active Ingredients and Purpose: Echinacea 30C (Cornflower) itch relief.
Inactive Ingredients: Cone flower, bentonite clay, apple cider vinegar, essential oil blend, alcohol.

For topical use only. Do not use if: you have an allergy or sensitivity to any of the ingredients, or on broken skin.


Stop use and ask a doctor if symptoms worsen or if new symptoms occur.


Consult a doctor before use if:

  • You are concerned the rash may be a result of an allergic reaction
  • Are pregnant or breastfeeding.
  • Rash is large, severe, or seems to be worsening

In case of ingestion, call a poison control center immediately. Avoid contact with eyes. If contact occurs, rinse thoroughly with water.

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A Natural Approach to Treating Insects Bites and Stings

There’s so much to love about summer – abundant sunshine and garden produce, hikes in the woods, trips to the beach – and then there are bugs. All that glorious time outside unfortunately makes us more likely to get bitten or stung by insects. Here’s what to do to help alleviate the pain and itch of those inevitable bites and stings.

Itchy bites and painful stings

When mosquitoes, gnats and other biting insects nibble on us, they inject an anticoagulant into our skin that allows blood to flow more freely. Our immune systems encounter this foreign substance and spring into action, releasing histamine to bring white blood cells to the area to deal with the invader. The process causes swelling and itching at the site of the bite. Other insect bites, such as those from bees and wasps, may hurt rather than itch, as their venom contains compounds that trigger our pain receptors.

Safety issues to note

Sometimes insect bites and stings can be more serious, transmitting diseases or causing allergic reactions. Mosquitoes, for example, can carry West Nile virus, which can cause fever and severe illness in some people. Learn to identify and check for ticks and be on the lookout for signs of Lyme disease.

Can insect stings be life-threatening?

In some cases, yes. If someone develops hives, has swelling in the face, lips, or mouth, has trouble breathing, is dizzy, nauseous, or faints, call 911 immediately. If they have a known allergy and carry an epinephrine injector, ask if they need help injecting themselves. Most bites and stings, however, are merely annoying and can be dealt with using some simple home remedies like those described below.

What to do about itchy bites

First and foremost, don’t scratch insect bites, or you risk creating a sore that can become infected. Tapping or applying pressure can help trick your brain into ignoring the itch. A cool compress with ice can help bring down swelling and numb the area around an insect bite. Other ingredients may help neutralize whatever is causing the area to itch or hurt. There are loads of excellent   for bug bites to try. Many itch-relieving ingredients can be found in the kitchen or medicine cabinet, while others you can find when you’re out on the trail.

Tea bags

Green tea and black tea contain anti-inflammatory compounds that can help relieve itch. Brew up some refreshing  , then remove the tea bag and place on bites. Chilling the tea bags in the refrigerator can enhance their soothing effect.


Chamomile flowers also have anti-inflammatory properties considered useful for soothing bites. Try brewing some chamomile tea and allow it to cool. Dab a little on affected areas for itch relief.


Honey has many uses as a home remedy. It’s an excellent skin soother and also has antiseptic properties, making it a natural option for soothing bug bites. Place a drop of raw honey on your bite and reapply as needed.

Baking soda

Most of us have baking soda in the kitchen for baking and cleaning, and it can easily be made into a simple paste that can help relieve both itchy bites and pain from bee stings.


Soothing aloe is another go-to for all sorts of skin irritations. In addition to being a standby for sunburns, aloe can make bites feel better, too. Keep some aloe gel on hand, and you’ll be ready for whatever summer throws your way. You can amp up aloe’s soothing effects with these aloe vera ice cubes.

Witch hazel

Another anti-inflammatory, witch hazel can soothe itch and promote healing. Dab a little on a soaked cotton ball and reapply as needed.

Apple cider vinegar

Some people find a drop of ACV on a bite helps with itchiness, though it can sting a bit.

Common wild plants

Out on the trail? Keep an eye out for common wild plants like garlic mustard, plantain and jewelweed, which can be mashed up (or chewed) and applied to bites to help relieve itching. Just make sure to positively identify the plant beforehand!

How to treat stings

Stings from bees and wasps typically hurt rather than itch. When wasps and bees sting, they inject a small amount of venom into your skin, which is what causes pain and swelling around the area of the sting. Though not common, insect bites and stings can transmit the spores that develop into tetanus bacteria, so it’s important to stay up to date on your tetanus booster, one of several summer safety measures to take seriously.

What to do if you’re stung

First, wash the area with soap and water to remove venom as well as any dirt or bacteria that could lead to infection. If you see a stinger, try to remove it by scraping it with a fingernail. The American Academy of Dermatology warns that removing stingers with a tweezer can squeeze the stinger and cause it to release more venom into your skin. Applying ice wrapped in a cloth can help bring down swelling and alleviate pain. An antihistamine can also help address your body’s histamine response. The acidic venom of bees and yellow jackets can be neutralized using something alkaline, notably baking soda. Try applying a baking soda paste if you’re stung by one of these insects. Wasps’ venom, on the other hand, is slightly alkaline, and may respond better to a dab of vinegar. A soothing gel can help address discomfort from bites and stings, as can an herbal spray.

How to repel biting and stinging insects

You can make it less likely that annoying bugs will find you by using a good insect repellent, whether it’s one you buy or DIY. Here are some useful tips for using insect repellent and more on how repellents work (plus a DIY recipe). Natural pest control strategies can help as well. Be prepared this season with some simple ways to treat bites and stings and make the most of the joys of summer while limiting the nuisances that sometimes come with them. I stuck with the natural approaches, but Vitacost also carries hydrocortisone and allergy meds if you think they should get a mention, as they do on sites like Mayo and WebMD I noticed there weren't many iced tea recipes -- I could do something using fresh summer herbs (or  dried versions from Vitacost) if you'd be interested.

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