poison oak

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Synonyms for poison oak

dermatitis resulting from contact with a poison oak plant

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climbing plant common in eastern and central United States with ternate leaves and greenish flowers followed by white berries

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Years later, Smith's son, Steven Smith, researched and found out that poison oak was the No.
And though aloe vera seems to be the best, any of the juice from any aloe can be used for burns and poison oak.
The rolling property has a mix of oak and fir groves plus scrublands with poison oak and other brush.
Its three-part leaves can have smooth, toothed or lobed edges, often confused with poison oak.
Poison oak tends to be more plentiful in the West, but it can be found in eastern States, too.
I didn't cuss or scratch when the poison oak started itching.
Other camp books involving transformation include Camp Rules (Jordan Roter), Sleepaway Girls (Jen Calonita), Nerd Camp (Elissa Weissman), Born at Midnight, Order of the Poison Oak, Letters from Camp, The Isabel Factor (Gayle Friesen), Holes, and The Lightning Thief.
The same rash can occur after exposure to poison oak, poison ivy, and poison sumac, and sometimes after exposures to mango trees or Ginkgo Biloba.
It takes the goats one to two weeks to eat up the brush, star thistle, and poison oak (unlike humans, they're not allergic to it), leaving manicured slopes behind.
HIGH School Musical star Zac Efron has revealed that he suffered a severe allergic reaction to poison oak during a camping trip.
All ours: Wild clumps of poison oak, a lank Rust-eaten,
But it didn't work, bushes closed in, there was poison oak, vines
This means that now, when the family is planning a summer camping trip in the poison ivy or poison oak infested area, children and adults can obtain immunity by beginning the dosage six weeks before the planned trip.