PoisonIvyTreatment and Remediesby
Sanjib S.PoisonIvy is a seasonal type rash. Most people contract poisonivy by touching the poisonivy, poison sumac or other similar plant species.
PoisonIvy is found in every state in the US except Alaska...
Keep Poison Oak Out of the Treatment Room!by
in contact with poison oak/ivy/sumac before coming to my treatment room.
Need help recognizing Poison Oak... about help dealing with a PoisonIvy outbreak. Well, that reminded me that we have Poison Oak...
Relief from PoisonIvyby
rash after spending time outdoors, you may have brushed against a poisonivy plant.
Poisonivy... who are sensitive to poisonivy can also experience a similar rash from mangoes, from the same family Anacardiaceae...
Plant patrol: Poisonivy, oak and sumacby
As many of us have found out the hard way, poison oak and poisonivy can cause nasty rashes that can last for up to two weeks. These pernicious plants thrive in summertime; in the Bay Area, poison oak...
COMMON POISONS AND YOUR PETSby
for exposure to poisonous substances, some outdoors and some indoors. Even though a lot of poisonings... to be exposed. The ASPCA has been a longtime supporter of poison control for animals and they publish a lot...
Connor and his poison Imax!by
Originally uploaded by annikaleigh.
Poor Connor some-how got into some poisonIvy or Sumac [Imax is what he said....too cute!]. Ouch is what Aunt Tara had to say to his swollen eye...
My NEW least favorite thingsby
As many of my loyal readers may remember, I absolutely, positively despise poisonivy. Not that anyone actually likes poisonivy - but the old P.I. and I have a hate-hate relationship. It wreaks havoc...