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Poison Plant pictures

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1 Poison Plant pictures on Fri Jun 22, 2012 8:20 pm



Poison ivy is the only one of the three plants that always has three leaves, one on each side and one in the center. Its leaves are shiny with smooth or slightly notched edges. Poison oak looks similar, though larger and lobed like an oak leaf, with a textured, hairy surface. It can have groups of three, five, or seven leaves. Poison sumac leaves grow in clusters of seven to 13 leaves, with one leaf at the end.


2 Re: Poison Plant pictures on Fri Jun 22, 2012 8:23 pm


The itchy rash forms within 24 to 72 hours of contact, depending on where it touches. It usually peaks within a week, but can last up to two to three weeks. A rash from poison ivy, oak, or sumac looks like patches or streaks of red, raised blisters. The rash does not spread unless urushiol is still making contact on the skin. Some people find their sensitivity to urushiol decreases as they age.

Keep your skin covered to avoid contact with these plants. Wear a long-sleeved shirt, long pants, gloves, and closed shoes if you're in an area where these plants are lurking. Tie the bottoms of your pants legs or tuck them into your boots. Gardeners should always wear gloves when handling bagged mulch or bales of pine straw. It's a good idea to keep a pair of shoes dedicated for outside use that can be kept outdoors. You can also use a lotion containing bentoquatam, which acts as a barrier between urushiol and your skin.


Urushiol begins to stick to your skin within minutes. If you know you have come into contact with poison ivy, oak, or sumac, immediately wash the area with lukewarm water and soap. If water is unavailable, rubbing alcohol or alcohol wipes can remove urushiol. Keep the affected area cool, dry, and clean. Wash your clothes and clean your boots or shoes. Hose down any garden tools.



3 Re: Poison Plant pictures on Mon Jun 25, 2012 4:02 am


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Very informative. Thanks for sharing.

4 Re: Poison Plant pictures on Wed Jun 27, 2012 9:40 pm


LOL Mashallah, so cute sis...
sis have u ever came in contact with any of these plants? oh May, I have and I can tell u to run for cover. Once you do you will know it and will be itching so bad sis. Those little pus like bumps will drive you crazy. They open and fluid runs out and make more bumps....
the thought make me shake...lol


5 Re: Poison Plant pictures on Thu Jun 28, 2012 4:06 am


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Really sister, I have never come across these plants.
May be there is no such plants here in my country.
I like flowers .I do lot of gardening during my free time.
What about you sister? What your hobby.?

6 Re: Poison Plant pictures on Fri Jun 29, 2012 7:18 pm



Oh sis we do have something in common. I LOVE to Garden and plant flowers, veggies or whatever I can get my hands on. I learned at early age about those poison plants above from running through the weeds and bushes as my mom used to say. I was born in the middle to 2 brothers, the only girl. So when they went out to swing from the trees I did too. lol

What else do u like to do?


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