Wash with vinegar immediately.
Submitted by Devonte -
Wash immediately with apple cider vinegar, DO NOT wash with water!
Submitted by Jovan -
Visit a doctor as soon as possible, especially if the victim is experiencing any symptoms worse than skin irritation.
Submitted by Sage -
To relief the pain from jellyfish stings and help the stings disappear, smear some castor oil on the stings every day.
Submitted by Nathanial -
Rub an antihistamine cream onto the sting if you experience excessive redness or swelling, or if you get hives.
Submitted by Jackie -
Cover the Jellyfish Sting with sand.
Submitted by Solomon -
Beach sand helps draw out toxins from jellyfish stings. Keep the sting covered for 5 to 10 minutes.
Submitted by Nico -
Apply a paste made of unseasoned meat tenderizer and water to the sting if it still hurts in a day or two. You can also apply this paste right away, after washing the sting with apple cider vinegar. Don't leave this paste on for more than 10 minutes at a time.
Submitted by Griffin -
Apply Aloe Vera on the Jellyfish Sting
Submitted by Agustin -
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