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Poison Ivy Herb Uses, Benefits, Cures, Side Effects, Nutrients

Repertory
General Name
Poison Ivy
English Name
Poison Ivy
Botanical Name
Rhus Toxicodendronl, Toxicodendron Radicans, Toxicodendron Pubescens
Homeopathic Name
Rhus Toxicodendronl, Rhus Tox.   -   Mother Tincture

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Action of Poison Ivy

Nutrients in Poison Ivy

Taste of
Poison Ivy

Parts Used

Leaves

Side Effects, Risk Factors of, and Cautions for Poison Ivy

It may cause Skin Allergy.
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Description

Poison Ivy is a plant.
It is a deciduous plant.
It is associated to the Anacardiaceae family.
It grows in a temperate climate.
It grows up to 1.2 M.
Best used for Plantar Fasciitis.

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Best used for diseases related to damp cold environment. Most suited to problems arising in Monsoons.
Ailments from Overlifting, strains, getting wet while perspiring.
Pains are worse when first beginning to move. Patient feels better from moving about.

 
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Poison Ivy General

Poison Ivy has numerous herbal benefits associated with it.
It helps in countering Herpes.
Its leaves and stalks are utilized in curing Skin troubles like Nettle Rash and Ringworm.
Its leaves are favorable in arresting Liver disorders.
The leaf extract of Poison Ivy is beneficial in treating the problem associated with the Nervous System i.e. Paralysis.
Poison Ivy is a good herbal remedy for combating Osteoarthritis i.e. degradation of the Joints. It is favourable in treating Rheumatism and Joint Stiffness.
It is potent in treating Urinary Incontinence.
Note: It causes Itching accompanied by Rashes.
Caution : Consult a doctor before consuming it. Not recommended for Pregnant and Nursing women.
 
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Herbal Treatment For Plantar Fasciitis 1

Tincture the whole plant of Arnica. Take 5 drops a day in water. Take for 7 days.
Or : Buy tincture of Arnica over the counter. Take 5 drops in water every day, for 7 days.
Follow this with Poison Ivy.
Either tincture the flowers of Poison Ivy or buy the tincture from a drug store.
Take 5 drops in water, once, every day, for 7 days.
Take Turmeric as follows.
Take 3 table spoons of organic Turmeric. Boil in half a liter of water till it becomes pasty. Remove from fire. Cool. Store in a jar in a fridge. Take half a teaspoon in luke warm milk every day from day one till the whole Turmeric finishes. Add jaggary or honey to taste. Do not add sugar.
Locally apply oil of Wintergreen, till pain is gone.
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Queries on Poison Ivy
Karen ( Eire )
07 Feb 2018
Hello

I have had 5 bouts of shingles on the same eye and I have ptosis as a result. Is there a cure?
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