Lawd, poison ivy will make you itch.
Thanks, Coasters, for that warning. Last weekend, I brushed up against one of the little three leaf devils and found myself a’scratching the next day.
But not to worry. I have a quick cure to relieve the itching from a poison ivy attack. It’s called Melaleuca Oil, a tea leaf extract from certain tea trees in Australia. During WWII, every Australia infantryman was issued a bottle of this tea tree oil to heal wounds and prevent infections. It is a deep, penetrating oil that does the trick.
The T36-C5 oil is a natural antiseptic, it’s soothing, non-caustic and safely and deeply penetrates to get to the root of the problem. An effective solvent, T36-C5 dissolves substances like dirt, resins and gum. You can buy it on-line. A one-ounce bottle sells for about $30, but just a little goes a long way. A couple drops on a poison ivy splotch takes care of the itch and helps dry up and heal the affected skin.
If poison ivy ‘lawd will make you itch, get a bottle now and be prepared.