4 Natural Remedies for Poison Ivy, Sumac, and Oak Itch
Summer outings mean exposure to poison ivy, sumac, and oak. But nature also provides relief from such unfortunate encounters.
3 of 4 | Grindelia (Gumweed)
Treat a poison ivy or poison oak rash with the herb grindelia (Grindelia camporum), also known as gumweed. The liquid extract contains resins and tannins that help to relieve pain and itching. Dab the extract on the affected area at least four times a day.