poison sumac


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Synonyms for poison sumac

dermatitis resulting from contact with a poison sumac plant

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smooth American swamp shrub with pinnate leaves and greenish flowers followed by greenish white berries

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poison oak is mostly found along the Pacific Coast, and poison sumac is found in wet, swampy areas in the eastern U.
After inadvertently rubbing poison sumac in his eyes as a teen, Olmstead was told not to read for long periods of time, so he set out to pursue learning in other ways.
Poison sumac has much thinner leaves and grows into a tall shrub--but only in wet, swampy areas.
A study in mice now shows that mast cells produce a helpful immune protein a few days after skin contact with urushiol, the key culprit in poison ivy and its partners in skin crime, poison oak and poison sumac.
You might have to hide in the woods while the animals clear out, so watch out for the poison sumac.
They are the terrible trio of American flora: poison sumac, oak and ivy.
typhina; unlike Poison Sumac, Toxicodendron vernix, with its whitish, waxy, hairless berries, edible sumacs have red, velveteen berries) 2 cups fresh, or 2/3 cup dried, Elder Berries (Sambucusnigra, S.
If you are allergic to poison ivy, poison oak and poison sumac will give you the rash, as well.
Johnson & Johnson is introducing the Cortaid Poison Ivy Care Treatment Kit, which is designed to treat and remove poison ivy, poison oak and poison sumac.
Poison ivy (Toxicodendron radican), eastern poison oak (Toxicodendron quercifolium), western poison oak (Toxicodendron diversilobum), and poison sumac (Toxicodendron vernix) are species of the Anacardiaceae family, Rhus genus.
When I mention making a beverage from sumac, many people who have heard of poison sumac think I am crazy.
Pulling onto the shoulder, ironically just this side of an "Emergency Stopping Only" sign, I escorted my little grandson to an emergency bathroom behind a shrub of poison sumac.
Those nasty weeds - poison ivy, poison sumac and poison oak - are the single most common cause of allergic reactions in the United States.
Depending on how tolerant a gardener you are, weeds we usually rip from the ground at first opportunity - even poison ivy, poison oak and poison sumac - may merit a spot in your backyard berry patch.