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Does a tea bag cure a stye in the eye?

I read many materials online that tea bag can help release many types of eye problems such as dark circles, swelling. But Does a tea bag cure a stye in the eye? Why or why not?
11/22/2012
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  • hands_down360

    Although the tea bag may help you release many eye problems like dark circles, swelling and so on, it may not help you cure the stye in the eyes. Stye is an acute suppurative inflammation of common eyelid glands and hair follicles eyelash. The teenagers are easily gotten the disease. When it is serious and you don't treat it in time, it may leave the eyelid scar. You should go to the normal hospital and accept the timely treatment. You should go through the medicine which will help you get rid of it. The tea bag may let you get release. But it will not cure the stye for you.
    11/22/2012
  • Robert Johnson

    Well, yes, tea bag is very effective to cure stye. For example, you can just use a cool tea bag and put it on your eyes. For a few times, it can relieve your symptom for the tea bag contains many different objects which do a good job to many eye diseases including stye. So you can have a try. Also, you should know that you should make sure your eyes are far from the bacteria, so that they can not be infected. Stress is also a cause too. So having a good rest is also effective. Some eye drops can do a good job too. Besides, heating a piece of garlic will work wonders if done right. And then you can just put heated garlic on stye and hold until garlic cools. And then just repeat the process for a while. I think it can be good.
    11/22/2012
  • DOUGLAS Fritch

    Well, as you can see, tea bags have proved to be very effective in treating dark circles, swelling eyes, poor vision and eye strain, etc. The effects are really amazing, however, you should also know that stye in the eye is a kind of infection, not just some physical fatigue or something. So, a tea bag will not cure the infected part of your eyes, but it can help you release some discomforts from stye. Anyway, I suggest that you head to get some professional medical care before too late.
    11/22/2012
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