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by Raquel Pina
(Modesto, California)

I have been using chamomile tea my entire life.

When I had my first baby I would brew myself a cup every night, and my tummy got flat in no time. My great grandmother swore by this tea, that it helped flatten a women's baby pouch area after giving birth, and she had 13 kids and was a size 4 until the old age of 83.

I have used it on my daughters' hair and it has lightened their hair to a golden blond color.

My husband is a welder, and one night he had welder's burn, and I cleaned his eye with cool chamomile tea and potato juice, and it was more effective than the crap his doctor gave him.

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