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How to Treat Poison Oak With Oatmeal

by eHow Health Editor
One of the most effective ways to treat the rashes that accompany exposure to the poison oak plant is to soak in an oatmeal bath. By grinding up rolled oats into a fine powder, and dissolving the solution in your bath water, you can experience relief from itching for several hours.
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