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Poison ivy poison oak and poison -- Mac are nasty plants.
They all contain a compound called a -- she all.
And just enough for -- she all the fit on the head of the pin can give a bad case of poise tonight at 500 people that's how toxic the stuff this.
There a few home remedies you can use to help to relieve poison ivy.
One simple home remedy is to take baking soda and make a paste out of it.
Add a little bit of water to it if you get a patch of poison ivy on your skin apply the baking soda it helps to draw the toxins of the poison ivy out of the skin.
And helps to relieve itching.
Another remedy for poison ivy is witch hazel.
This is something that you'll find in every pharmacy.
Witch hazel is a clear liquid made from the bark of the witch hazel tree it's cooling.
It's healing to skin it's a -- and so it tightens skin.
You splash it on it'll relieve some of that aggravating itching that you get from poison ivy -- consume back.
Also there's tea tree oil.
Tea tree oil comes from a bush from Australia.
You apply it to poison ivy -- -- And again it helps to relieve the -- it helps to take down the swelling.
And just get rid of some of the discomfort.
My favorite remedy for poison ivy by far if you're near an ocean get into the water take a little bit of sand.
Rub it on the poison ivy affected areas so that -- break.
Hang out in the water the seawater will heal poison ivy faster than anything else even within a day or two.
It's summertime these plants are out if you contract fees you some of these natural remedies and get help.
For Fox News health I'm Chris kill him.
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