Bug Pain Reliever Stick, "After Bite"

Hi,
Figured you folks would have some good suggestions.
Used the bug pain reliever stick, "After-Bite", on my 4-1/2 yr old Grandson for a simple mosquito bite.
Kid literally went thru the roof.
Surprised, as I believe it is nothing but Ammonia in the stick that they have been making for years. Perhaps a change in formula ?
Anyway, anyone suggest a simple stick type applicator bug pain reliever that won't be worse than the bite itself, and is effective ?
Thanks, Bob
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On 6/10/2015 7:25 AM, Bob wrote:

What kind of roof did he literally go through? Was it asphalt shingles, or cedar shakes?
Did he go from up, and down into the building, or did he start indoors and end up over the house?
Did he use a hatchet like the folks in New Orleans?
I've not tried bite remedies, but I'm curious about the literal going through the roof.
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I bet NASA would be interested as well.
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On 6/10/2015 6:25 AM, Bob wrote:

If the skin is broken or just tender, ammonia burns like a mofo. I'm not surprised a little kid reacted so strongly to it, it probably hurt like hell.
I use first aid gels that contain lidocaine, since that numbs the area. I buy the Solarcaine aloe vera gel w/lidocaine, and keep it in the fridge - the cold gel feels good on burns and bites. An added benefit of the gel products is that the gel dries quickly and forms a skin over the applied area, which takes a little more effort wash or wear off.
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On 6/10/2015 9:58 AM, Moe DeLoughan wrote:

Might be lacerations and abrasions from the contact with (and literally going through) the roof.
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In belched:

for a simple mosquito bite all I use in white vinegar
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On 06/10/2015 04:25 AM, Bob wrote:

I recommend WD-40 and duct tape.
Jon
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murder before anything even takes effext (or contacts the skin)
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The juice from a stem from the jewelweed plant. I saw today that it is now over a foot tall.
Don. www.foraging.com (e-mail link at home page bottom).
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On Wed, 10 Jun 2015 07:25:35 -0400, Bob

any similar prep) could be used as a localize pain killer for insect bites. It works well on ant bites and slows itch problem.
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