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Chamomile: Putting Your Rash To Sleep

Everybody has gotten a rash from time to time and we've all tried various ointments to get rid of it, but what about natural home remedies?

We've all used chamomile as tea to help us relax and sometimes even to aid sleep, but to cure a rash? One well known home remedy for a rash involves placing chamomile tea bags on the place of the rash.

OK, if you don't like the sound of chamomile tea bags on your body try the following:

  • Soak a cotton cloth in calcium rich water. Then keep it for sometime and place it on the rash.

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