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Acorns were major in the diet of almost every Native American culture. Acorns help keep blood sugar levels down & provide tons of complex carbs & protein. Rich in vitamins B12, B6, folate riboflavin, thiamin & niacin & a good source of calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, manganese, sodium, copper & zinc as well as fiber. The tannic water it produces is antiviral & antiseptic. It can be used as a wash for rashes, skin irritations, burns, cuts, abrasions & poison ivy. #dherbs

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[With Passion'd Breath Does The Darkness Creep] --The mark slowly poisons its host, draining the color of life from its flesh and replacing it with Fade-Green

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Plant that grows near poison ivy that cures the poison ivy itch!

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Itch Relief Oatmeal Bath

No need to pay the price for the oatmeal bath packets at the pharmacy. You can make your own easily! Works great for eczema, psoriasis, poison ivy, chicken pox, etc.

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An Herbal DIY Poison Ivy Remedy

Need a natural remedy for poison ivy? This herbal DIY poison ivy remedy contains healing weeds like jewelweed and plaintain, along with essential oils.

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The allergenic triumvirate of poison oak, poison ivy, and poison sumac can really act as dampeners on your outdoor activities. Buzzle gives you some stellar identification tips to help you avoid an encounter with these poisonous plants.