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post #1 of 5 Old 07-29-2012, 08:28 PM Thread Starter
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Angry poison ivy

Soo after most of the summer passes, I read a post about poison ivy. I now have it -_- I get it every summer... No matter what but I've gotten through till now.,

So besides the super expensive stuff @ wal mart.... Anyone know of any home remedies for the itch ?
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post #2 of 5 Old 07-29-2012, 08:39 PM
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Here is an article on home remedies

Home Remedies for Poison Ivy, Relief, Symptoms, Treatment | Getting Rid of Poison Ivy


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post #3 of 5 Old 07-29-2012, 10:37 PM
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Prednisone is dirt cheap, and a family doctor will usually give you a prescription without an office visit for something as obvious as poison ivy/oak...
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I've taken that when I had a very bad case of this
I'll see about getting some
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Anyone know of any home remedies for the itch ?
Hot hot hot water - as hot as you can stand (but not so hot it will burn!) - dribble it over the rash, start cooler & turn down the cold as your skin gets used to it - kills the itch for hours. It's the ONLY thing that works for me!

You don't have to run it for that long, just a minute or so once it's running hot.

I haven't had PI for a few years because I live in the city now (and somehow it didn't get me when I was putting up a fence for my sister), but as a kid after whipping the weeds along the fenceline once or twice a year I'd get one side of an entire shin or lower arm oozing & itchy - so gross and SO itchy - so I have plenty of experience.
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