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Winter Poison Ivy Vine Tangle
Here is a common sight in poison ivy country, which is much of the United
Poison Ivy by Cynthia Riggs
While searching for poison ivy books at Alibris, my favorite online bookshop, I came across
Poison Sumac in Winter
I was able to find poison sumac (on Martha’s Vineyard) in the winter, but only
From the moment you touch the plant there are ways to lessen the agony of the rash from poison ivy, oak, and sumac. We give you all the best information we have.
(First advice is DON’T SCRATCH because the rash can get infected if you break open the skin.)
We have three quiz pages for you to test your ability to ID poison ivy, Pacific poison oak, and poison sumac.
We guarantee you will learn from these even if you get them all right.
We have lists of poison ivy control companies in most states and also instructions on how to do it yourself.
Pictured here is Bill Bartlett, a legend among poison ivy warriors.
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Some of these stories are funny, some are scary. All are educational. Learn from other people’s misfortunes.
The Chain Saw Nightmare is one of the worst cases ever. But also among the most educational.
We monitor the world of poison ivy, oak, and sumac and keep you informed of news. Could be a possible new vaccine, a new poison ivy book, or even a poison ivy crime.
We also put our newest posts right here on the home page for you below.
There are very many folk tales about poison ivy, poison oak, and poison sumac.
We try to sort out fact from fiction here, relying on the best sources of information.
These 5 plants can be pretty confusing so we have given each plant its own page, some with extra galleries of more photos.
Click below to dig into the wacky world of two kinds of poison ivy, two kinds of poison oak, and the elusive poison sumac.
Many of these are bad, some are truly disturbing. But we bring these to you for two reasons:
- The people who suffered these rashes want to share what they went through
- We want to scare you enough so that you will be careful and NEVER get rashes like these.
GLIMPSES OF THE SKIN RASH HALL OF FAME
The Poison Ivy Skin Rash King
This fellow is the The King, not because he has the worst rash, but because of the great gusto with which he shows us his
Bad Forearm Poison
Here is a pretty angry looking rash that is pretty far along: small bubbles have formed and the skin is red and scaly. You can
Forearm Poison Ivy With Cat!
Compared to some others, this is just standard level misery, but it gets special appreciation because of the cat. By the way, most reports are