Poison Ivy Facts and FAQ

Stay Safe This Poison Ivy Season

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When it comes to being prepared for poison ivy season, it’s essential to have knowledge of basic poison ivy facts. Keeping you safe from the painful consequences of coming into contact with poisonous plants is our goal. We accomplish with facts regarding poison oak, poison sumac, and poison ivy removal, rash types, burning poison ivy, recognizing the symptoms, learning who has poison ivy immunity, allergic reactions, and more.

The painful rash caused by contact with poison ivy, or poisonous plants, can ruin the enjoyment of the great outdoors. With summer fun in the sun comes the potential for contact with this often hidden enemy. Most people don’t recognize plants as being poisonous until it’s too late. This is why knowing simple facts about poison ivy is so important.

Wondering how long poison ivy lasts or what to look for in terms of leaves? Our helpful compilation of common questions helps ease the confusion surrounding this problematic worry.

Are you looking for treating the ensuing rash, removing poisonous plants, or learning how poison ivy rashes can be contagious? We have the answers you need to avoid this unfortunate downside to enjoying the great outdoors.

What do the facts have to do with Outdoor Joe’s®?

Recognizing poison ivy facts can lead you in the direction of our preventative solution. Our homeopathic solution helps prevent poison ivy reactions for up to a full year. Most people achieve complete reduce sensitivity while in others the severity of a reaction is reduced. 

Outdoor Joe’s® is highly recommended by physicians, nurses, and pharmacists in preventing the effects of poison ivy. We offer protection that’s powerful while being an easy addition to your supplement regimen. 

Dosage is once a week for three weeks in the winter and once a month when there is a chance of exposure. Not to mention, Outdoor Joe's® is easy to administer. While it is most beneficial to begin during winter months, it can be administered at any time of year. If you can begin dosage in the winter, February is best. This is due to the dormant phase of poison ivy at that time of year.

 


 

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