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Pipeline bandage with marigold essence in pediatric bee sting lesions
Gloria Villalon, Anne Weissenstein, Elisabeth Luchter, Stefan Bittmann.
The aim of this article was to demonstrate the pipeline-bandage treatment with marigold essence, as an alternative treatment for bee sting wounds. By observing a treated patient and the relatively rapid healing of the sting wound, the treatment was proven to be an adequate and efficient method to treat the patient's bee stings. No side effects were observed.
Bee sting, child, pediatric, marigold essence
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