Sunday, June 30, 2013

Home Remedies with Oats and Honey Treat Poison Oak

Home Remedies with Oats and Honey Treat Poison Oak
(NaturalNews) Poison oak is a shrub that grows across the United States. Its three-leaf structure is similar to that of its cousin, Poison Ivy. The toxic oils from the plant cause rashes and itches. The plant's oil contains urushiol, which causes the rash. Absorption is immediate, but the rash can take up to 24 hours to develop. It appears more quickly in people with sensitivities or allergies to the toxin. The rash can spread to any part of the body and is followed by itching, redness and swelling

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