Frequently Asked


How does it work?

By adding 10 drops to a small amount of water and leaving it under your tongue for a couple of hours, the reaction from poison ivy exposure will be lessened. Keeping it under your tongue for a little while will help it absorb into your body more effectively. It works on both poison ivy and poison oak as these plants are closely related because of urushiol – an allergenic oil present in both plants.

Does it work on all plants that contain the word poison in it?

No. This only works on poison ivy,poison oak and poison sumac as these plants are closely related because of urushiol – an allergenic oil present in them.

Prevents symptoms of Poison Ivy, Oak, and Sumac

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How Does Poison Ivy Rash Spread

A poison ivy rash is very bad news. It can cause painful itching, make body parts swell, even cause difficulty in breathing. In its most extreme, it can cause death if not immediately treated. Basically, it’s the oily toxin in poison ivy, poison oak and poison sumac (and in other plants belonging … Read More

What is Systemic Poison Ivy?

If an allergic reaction to poison ivy isn't bad enough, the systemic poison ivy is even worse. When you are exposed to poison ivy, you get these annoying localized rash appearing on the skin where contact took place. But with a systemic reaction, the poison ivy rash rather spreads throughout the … Read More

How to Best Treat Poison Ivy, Oak and Sumac Rashes

What do the words “poison ivy”, “poison oak” and “poison sumac” have in common? Well, they may all belong to the same plant family (Anacardiaceae) and genus (Rhus or Toxicodendron). Unfortunately, that also means they may all carry the poison or toxic oil urushiol that can cause severe rashes to the … Read More

How to Safely Kill Poison Ivy, Poison Oak, and Poison Sumac

Who hates poison ivy? Considering the harm it can cause, it is safe to assume that almost everybody does. Those who have no way of experiencing its painful effects would not want to encounter it at all. Allergic reactions to poison ivy seem common enough. The question is why don’t people just … Read More