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Two Little Boys Woke Up With Pink Eyes

Author: Katie G.
Date: 12-29-2014
Views: 4,036
Word Count: 232
Questions Received: 0
Testimonial ID: 10359-OR
Brand Neutral: No
Scientific Studies: 1

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My poor 5-year-old woke up one morning with the whites of his eye pink. I thought, "Oh, great! I believe he may have pink eye." I went right to my Premium Starter Kit and looked into my pocket reference book, which said to use Purification essential oil blend and Lavender essential oil with a carrier oil (I used coconut oil).

I applied coconut oil around my son's eyes, then one drop of Purification, and then one drop of Lavender. I rubbed these oils around his eye. I did this three times each day.

The condition lasted two days, and then his eyes were not swollen and pink anymore. He did have some drainage, but it only lasted a day.

A couple days later my younger son, who is 2 years old, came down with the same thing. With him being so young and the thought of him touching his eyes or rubbing them, I thought, "Well, maybe I should just apply to the bottom of the feet instead of around his eyes."

So I applied the same combination of essential oils on his feet where the eyes are located on the feet diagram shown in the pocket reference book.

Within three days my son's symptoms were cleared up. I was so amazed that by using my Young Living essential oils how it helped my kids with their pink eyes.

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Supporting Scientific Study
pinkeye-(conjunctivitis) - "Eyelid scrubs or massage with tea tree oil could be an effective treatment regimen in cases of blepharoconjunctivitis [and Demodex mite infestation]."Link

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