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Here are just a few examples:
- Lavender essential oil: heals a poison ivy rash rapidly. Apply it after the blisters have opened and be prepared for it to sting.
- Rhubarb stem: Dip a cotton ball in the stem juice near the roots and apply the liquid to the rash. She doesn’t know why it works but old timers swear by it. Debra also used this method and it worked!
- Jewelweed: This plant usually grows by poison ivy. Crush the plant and apply it to the rash. Debra thinks this provides the best help of all the treatments.
Debra has done a really good job in collecting remedies for poison ivy. Since people react differently, if one treatment doesn’t work for you, try another.
Click on 25 Natural Ways to Deal With Poison Ivy Rash below to see all 25 remedies.