Anna is a child who typically loves to put things in her mouth, then rub her eyes, so it’s no surprise that she woke up one morning with her little eyes all crusted up from an eye infection. This could also be conjunctivitis, a highly contagious infection, so it needs to be addressed right away.
Instead of rushing her off to the pediatrician who could prescribe an antibioti5c, Mary her mother remembered what her CHIROPRACTOR told her of a natural solution about washing or lavaging the eye with slightly warm or tepid milk. Some people suggest adding an equal amount of honey and others say breast milk is the best because of its anti-bacterial properties, but actually any milk should do the trick. Milk contains fatty acids, lactase and proteins so it is unclear exactly what part of milk makes the infection clump up and get washed out.
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It is surprising to hear how many people in Asia have never heard of this simple home-based remedy. So, next time someone in the house has pink-eye or any eye infection, try this natural approach first. It typically works within 24 hours so if the condition is persistent, then have it properly checked out as the eyes are very important.
Yours in Health,