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Poison Ivy treatment! It really works! Do it as many times as you like (I did once a day).

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Another remedy for the discomfort of itching poison oak lesions was recently reported to Wayne's Word. It is a "pore minimizer" acne treatment with 2% salicylic acid and skin soothers to prevent irritation and overdrying. This product is available from several manufacturers, including Neutrogena® and Johnson & Johnson. According to several e-mail messages, the pore cleaner "really stops the itching of poison oak much better than any cortisone or calamine type product, and also stops the…

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Treat Poison Ivy and Poison Oak

How to treat poison ivy or poison oak / new ideas here (things I didn't know)

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How to Treat Poison Ivy and Poison Oak

How to Cure Poison Ivy and Poison Oak

Poison oak and ivy and treatments. Good to know!

eek!!! Poison Ivy: Where to Find It, How to Remove It, How to Take Care of the Rash. What you need to know about removing poison ivy and how to identify it in the landscape.

GRINDELIA SQUARROSA is known for its anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, expectorant, and mild pain-relieving properties. It has been used as a treatment for asthma, bronchitis, and other upper respiratory tract ailments since the time of the Native Americans. Grindelia has also been used to treat chronic bladder infections. This herbal extract can be used topically to treat burns, skin rashes, insect bites, and other skin problems including as a treatment for poison oak and poison ivy.

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poison ivy grows abundantly at my house, I get it every summer when I mow the lawn with my electric mower...the cord wraps around my calves when I reverse direction.

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Treat Poison Ivy and Poison Oak

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