Monday, June 13, 2011

Poison Ivy Treatments

Get fast relief from poison ivy remedies itching home with ingredients straight from the kitchen cupboard ...

.... especially when there is no calamine lotion on hand!

Learn to use resources such as oatmeal, vinegar, baking soda, and some surprisingly effective poison ivy treatments and fresh every time a rash of dermatitis begins driving to madness:

Avena - just boil the oatmeal in water as usual. Let cool for several minutes, then apply heat to the affected area, ideally, the mixture should be applied until it forms a thick layer. That hardens as it dries. Most patients swear by this treatment, which is sometimes combined with one or two tablespoons of baking soda for extra relief from itching and discharge.

Baking soda - This poison ivy treatments has become a classic house cured, made by mixing three teaspoons of baking soda with 1 teaspoon water until it forms a thick paste. Apply to the rash and dry. Another proven method for many patients with poison ivy is a total immersion in a bath of sodium bicarbonate soothing.

Vinegar - Just sprinkle liberally on rash or blisters for instant relief from itching.

Although the smell may not be liked by everyone, it seems vinegar to help remove the "poison" in poison ivy, while helping to heal. White vinegar or cider vinegar seems to work better.

banana peel - Considered by many as a "miracle cure" in a homemade banana peel rubbed on poison ivy seems to bring instant cooling relief.

According to some banana peels may even be the case if all other poison ivy treatments.

Aloe Vera - A logical alternative, aloe vera is known to heal minor cuts in the skin and soothe sunburn, so apply generously on affected areas to help relieve itching and aid in healing.

liquid detergent - Perhaps the most practical treatment of all officers of dishwashing liquid grease is a common sense solution for poison ivy when applied liberally from the bottle with full strength. Just wash in cold water.

Note: Very fast unusually high swelling and redness are two main symptoms that occur in those who suffer severe allergic reactions to poison ivy. If this is the case, give home treatment and immediately consult a doctor.

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