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Tea-riffic Pink Eye Remedy

by Julana

June 2008

Pink eye is pretty scary to a lot of people. It jumps from one person to the next very quickly. It's actually just a cold in the eye.

A GREAT way to get rid of this is by using chamomile tea bags. Soak and place on eye for a few minutes. If you have small children who won't sit still, just soak a tea bag and use a wet cotton ball every 10-15 min. to wipe the infected eye. Usually clears up within 24 hours.

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