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Honey for eye infection, pink eye

Honey is a natural antibiotic. Place a teaspoon of honey in a glass pot with a cup of water and heat just enough to melt the honey. Let cool and use an eye dropper or cotton ball to drop in the infected eye as needed(or itchy). It will not only sooth but will cure in 2 days.

I tried the honey and water

I tried the honey and water just now. It burned a little which I took to be maybe a sign of it attacking the infection? I will do this throughout today and tomorrow. I sure hope this cures it. I will post the outcome. Thanks kat westover for the tip!!!

I had itchy eyes when i was

I had itchy eyes when i was 13 and my mom told me the same remedy as you mentioned here......It took some time but in the end gave me a better set :)

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