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

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Poison Ivy, Oak, and Sumac Information Center I actually heard about the baking soda and vinegar treatment on CSI this morning - had to google it, then had to pin so I'd have some ammunition for the next time I get this evil stuff!

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Natural Cures for Poison Oak that Actually Work

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Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter Poison Oak pictures. Nasty stuff for hikers and campers

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The vinegar and baking soda treatment is tried and true

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essential oils and Poison Oak/Ivy

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Poison oak rash

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Another pinner said: If you're allergic to poison ivy, and about 85% of us are, this is a MUST have. Believe me when I tell you this stuff is like a miracle! It's a scrub that's easy to use and relieved itching and pain within about 30 seconds!! It chemically bonds to the irritating urushiol oil and *removes* it. Take it from someone who constantly has poison ivy. It's a bit pricey, but worth every penny. Really bad areas may have to be treated twice. Wal-mart : $35.22

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Picture of poisonous ivy, oak, and sumac. They are somewhere in my backyard because its all over me!

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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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