The second of two women who poisoned two co-workers at Rogue Valley Manor with Visine in May will serve 60 days in jail after pleading guilty to two counts of third-degree assault.

The second of two women who poisoned two co-workers at Rogue Valley Manor with Visine in May will serve 60 days in jail after pleading guilty to two counts of third-degree assault.

Christina Laura Bongcayao, 27, was also sentenced to three years' probation, according to Jackson County Deputy District Attorney David Orr.

"As part of her plea she agreed that she would not be eligible for work release or home detention," Orr added.

Bongcayao and Shani Rachelle Davis, 35, of Medford, laced the two co-workers' strawberry soda with Visine eye drop solution. The poisoning capped a long period of bad blood between Davis and Bongcayao and the victims, authorities said.

Visine contains tetrahydrozoline, which can cause breathing difficulties, severe headache, seizures and possibly coma when ingested.

A popular urban legend says that Visine causes nausea and diarrhea when ingested, as seen depicted in the film "The Wedding Crashers," but the effects in reality are far more severe and can even lead to death.

Davis pleaded guilty to two counts of third-degree assault earlier this month.