Throwing Away Used Tea Bags? Then You MUST Read This…

You are throwing out used tea bags? After reading this article you will not throw away any used tea bags again.

All of us know the healing properties of tea, but not many know that already used teabags can be used in many different ways.

1. Get Rid of The Redness on Your Eyes

Put a couple of teabags in cold water and let them soak for 2 minutes. Place them onto your eyelids. Let them stay there for couple of minutes. After you put them away the redness will be gone and your eyes will look fresher and more youthful.

2. Marinate Meat

In order to prevent the meat from getting hard and resilient marinate it with already used teabags. The tea’s aroma will make the meat’s taste richer and it will also make it softer.

3. Clean Your Home

Tea can clean dirty mirrors, floors and even linoleum.

4. Freshen Your Clothes And Shoes

Store the previously used and dried teabags in the closet in order to make your clothes smell nicer. You can also put one of these bags in each shoe. It will get rid of the unpleasant smell in no time.

5. Mitigate Pain

In case you have some wound inside your mouth bite down previously used teabag. The tea’s compounds will relieve the pain and it will increase the healing process.

6. Mitigate Sunburns And Get Rid of Acne

In case you have sunburns and/or acne, teabags will give you relief. Place already used teabag on the affected area(s) [whether is for acne or sunburn(s)]. Teabags will bring you relief and will cool down the affected area. It will also help you get rid of acne anywhere on your body.

Reference: Healthy Food House;

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