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After the blisters are dried, I use tea tree oil. When I was teaching, our playground was bordered by a forest which contained stinging nettles. Kids often came in with itching and stinging. I kept a tube of toothpaste it happened to be a natural-type in my desk and applied it to the spot. It stopped the itching every time. Regular toothpaste worked too. Thanks for this timely post! I started using lavender essential oil on my poison ivy and then bought some natural salve made with jewelweed.

All of these things seem to be helping. I am allergic to poison ivy and poison oak and I have it all around my property. I have tried lots of things since I was very young. Last year i tried rubbing Clorox everywhere I had come in contact with the plant. My arms and my legs, then I rinsed it off right away.

No more problems with either plant! Best way to treat poison-ivy-is to wash the affected area thoroughly using tea tree oil soap and warm water and then pat dry with a clean towel. After appropriately cleaning the area in one of the ways you mentioned it will continue to itch. If body part can be put under running water, do this and make it as hot as you can stand. It will make it itch like crazy but it draws all the histamines to the surface and they immediately dissipate.

You will have about four hours of relief. All natural and this can be used as often as necessary. I believe the hot water also helps dry out the rash. If I get spots on my torso I use some very hot water in a cup and hold it against the spot. This works for bug bites as well. Fels Naptha soap but homemade lye soap even better to wash oil off. Also, kaopectate applied with cotton ball like calamine lotion good to dry up blisters.

Yes, I know Fels-Naptha soap will dry up poison ivy. Just wet the soap and rub on the break out and let it dry. Do several times a day and soon it will be gone. As soon as I realized I touched it I got out my lotion of thieves oil and aloe vera.

It was all I had. I never got any irritations. I had been exposed to poison oak during the winter, heating with our wood stove. I touched it and was exposed to the smoke.

I ended up going through 2 bottles, but it was worth it. It is 1 for me on relief and healing. I have tried a lot of the other natural remedies and they do help a bit, but nothing like this. PLUS I am able to walk through poison ivy barefooted and not get it now: Sounds like a good excuse to go to the beach and soothe with salt water!

I also agree with tea tree oil. Look it up online then go find some — it likes shady moist spots. I looked online and found an easy recipe for making a tea with white yarrow. Once cooled we soaked clean clothes in the tea and applied them to his legs and sat for about 15 minutes.

It really helped soothe his legs and seemed to dry the rash out. Yarrow is one of the herbs I use in my poison ivy remedy, Sue. And the white grows wild around here! I make my own rosemary soap. I wash with it when I have been exposed or think I have been exposed. I also take a detox bath and then use a mixture of lavender, tea tree and peppermint oils for healing and to stop the itch.

Usually dries up the poison ivy and never itches. I used to get it badly just being outside and not touching the plant. Several years ago, I read about a wonder cure…rubbing the inside of a banana peel on the affected area.

My poison rash healed up overnight. I used it several times the next few summers and so far this year have not gotten any poison rash. But as good as it works on me, my sister says it did not work on her. My sister does not usually follow thru on things very well so maybe that was it, OR maybe it depends on your own blood make-up or something.

Thanks for the tip! Yep, Rosie, jewelweed will always be my first go to. I have a friend whose cat is always getting into poison ivy and while she forgets that sometimes, she has already held him. I was told that the antidote to any poisoned plant can be found growing next to it. Funny you should say that, Judy Ann, I just started using mugwort! It seems I have a lot in my back yard and there is a lot that has naturalized around here, so I can find it nearly anywhere. I use that in my poison ivy remedy too.

I have not been allergic to poison Ivy my whole life. In my thirties I was helping a friend pull poison ivy in the late fall. The foliage had dried up and we were pulling it by the roots. I also drank the juice as a tea to work from the inside out.

This is an old natural remedy around here for sunburn, poison weed rashes, and other skin inflammations. I pulled the ivy on Sunday, forced to leave work early on Tuesday with the rash. On Saturday my face which only swelled, no oozing rash like the rest of the affected skin, was totally normal. I went back to work Monday with hardly any signs of rash. Sweet fern, you can Google it, was a miracle worker for me.

After that I would get a slight, very slight rash between my fingers, that cleared up 2 day later, if I messed with poison ivy.

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