Send to Kindle Leaves of three, let it be. That old saying is worth remembering when trying to identify plants that might be poison ivy, oak or sumac. I have to admit, I have seen plants that I thought were poison ivy or poison oak , and other people said they were not. If you’re …
The allergenic triumvirate of poison oak, poison ivy, and poison sumac can really act as dampeners on your outdoor activities. Buzzle gives you some stellar identification tips to help you avoid an encounter with these poisonous plants.
Here's 1 of our 4 Natural Remedies for Poison Ivy, Sumac, and Oak Itch: Mix together 2 tablespoons of cosmetic clay with enough aloe vera juice to make a thin, spreadable paste, and blend in 2 drops of peppermint essential oil. Spread this mixture onto the rash and let it dry. Leave it on for several hours and let it flake off or wash it off. Reapply as needed. #poisonivy
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