Would you get stung intentionally just to feel the pain of yellow jacket stings? We didn’t think so (and we don’t recommend it either!). However, Coyote Peterson, the online, nature adventurist who has racked up more than 7.5 million YouTube subscribers (and over 1 billion views on his videos) getting stung and bitten by some of nature’s most painful creatures, has done just that to put Sting-Kill to the test. Daring, perhaps!
Believe it or not, end of summer and early fall is prime time for yellow jacket aggression and stings. As their natural food supply dwindles, they are out searching for sustenance and your risk of stings increase! Coyote put the pain and itch relief medicine of Sting-Kill to the test after being (intentionally) stung by yellow jackets and guess what? Sting-Kill’s dual-action formula provided fast pain relief for his more than 14 stings. “Sting-Kill really lived up to its reputation!” said Coyote. “Someone like me needs both convenient and effective pain- and itch-relief fast, and that’s what Sting-Kill provided.”
This marks the second time Coyote has put Sting-Kill to the test live on camera. It even worked on the pain of a powerful sting of the bullet ant. (15.2 million views!)
Check out Coyote Peterson’s latest yellow jacket video here. While you can surely try Sting-Kill at home, don’t try to get stung!
Providing fast pain relief and itch stopping power for bee stings, insect bites, jellyfish stings and mosquitoes, Sting-Kill’s dual-action formula has been trusted for 45 years. Sting-Kill is available at Tractor Supply Company, Menards, Harris Teeter, H-E-B, Giant Eagle and Amazon.com. Learn more at www.Sting-Kill.com.