Poison Ivy is a climbing plant with ternate leaves, greenish flowers and white berries. Its leaves secrete irritants that on contact cause rash, itches, inflammation, and blisters.
The Bright Hub guide explores the poison ivy plant, including treatment options when affected by the itchy rash it can leave. Articles are updated regularly to ensure the information stays current and relevant. Connect with a community of authors, editors, experts, and other enthusiasts through the comments section that follow each article, and ask follow up questions or clarifications.
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