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Gracie 2014-12-05 | Poison Ivy, Oak, Sumac Home Remedies
Lemon juice is an effective home remedy for oak, sumac, and poison ivy, especially if it’s applied right after coming in contact with the leaves. It’s effective in eliminating excess oil, making it an effective natural astringent, as well as cutting through the toxic oils found in poison ivy, oak, and sumac.
Once the skin comes in contact with the leaves of ivy, oak, or sumac, it will take some time before the toxic oil will seep deep into the skin. To prevent its spreading, you can rub some alcohol to the affected area, although it won’t provide immediate relief from the itching.





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