These are the three poisonous vines common to homes in our area - poison ivy, poison oak and poison sumac. There are lots of natural ways to get rid of it in your yard without using poisonous chemicals. thegardeningcook.com
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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.
Cream of Tartar: In a small bowl make a paste of water and cream of tartar and apply anywhere that the rash covers the body. Fels-Naptha Soap: You may have seen this soap as a popular item to use in recipes for your own laundry soap but Hanna recommended washing the body with it to find relief from rashes and said, "Wash with Fels Naptha, no more troubles". You can find this soap in your grocer's laundry aisle. White Oak Bark, Sassafras, and Tansy: Use these natural items to prepare a…