Can Outdoor Joe's be used to reduce sensitivity of an active case of poison ivy?
While the poison ivy plant can lead to painful skin rashes, it also has some healing properties. The leaf extract, Rhus Toxicodendron, when purified into a homeopathic solution, can be used to treat a variety of ailments. While the leaves and oils of poison ivy plants can lead to painful blisters on the skin, this same oil extract is actually used to help reduce sensitivity to poison ivy when taken as a supplement. There are more applications treatments than simply poison ivy prevention.
Common Rhus Toxicodendron Treatments
- Chicken Pox
- Diaper Rash
Nervous System Disorders
- Anxiety Attacks
There are many benefits to using Rhus Toxicodendron treatments as opposed to other options. One of the reasons this is such a popular choice in helping to managing the effects of many conditions, is because Rhus Toxicodendron is safe for practically anyone to use. It is unlikely a person will have an allergic reaction to homeopathic solutions in the way they might from using drugs prescribed by doctors. Many people prefer using homeopathic solutions because they can garner the same results without the need for a prescription or unwanted side effects. That is not to say Rhus Toxicodendron treatments are free from any side effects. While you may experience nausea, sore throat, fevers, and other mild symptoms while using this homeopathic solution, the effects tend to be less severe than with other drugs while also being shorter in duration.
While Outdoor Joe's can be used for these conditions, the most common use is still to reduce sensitivity to the effects of the poison ivy plant. When an individual has a reaction to poison ivy, it is due to an allergy to poison ivy.
It is critical to note that this type of treatment can only come from a purified source. You should never attempt to create your own Rhus Toxicodendron treatment from poison ivy plants. It can lead to severe reactions requiring hospitalization.