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.
4 of 4 | Jewelweed (Impatiens capensis)
Jewelweed, which often grows in the vicinity of poison ivy, has long been considered in folk medicine to be its antidote. Spotted jewelweed is the variety usually used to treat rashes. Simply pick a branch of the juicy plant, crush it up and apply it to the affected area. Jewelweed is also easily found in nurseries, garden stores and other plant dealers or you can buy jewelweed extract or soap.