Three people burnt with water of boiled fig leaves
Three teenagers have been hospitalized with chemical and thermal burns, reportedly, after they smeared themselves with water of boiled fig leaves for purpose of getting efficient tan on her body. One of them is from Tbilisi, two others were transported from the town of Dusheti.
Health condition of the 21-year-old woman is difficult as she has 45 percent of her body burnt.
Health condition of two teenagers, 14 and 17, is relatively slight. They have received second-degree burns.
Doctors call the people in teh country to refrain from using water of boiled fig leaves for purpose of getting tan.
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