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Baking soda helps poison Ivy, oak, sumac or prickly heat rashes



Did you know that you can easily soothe the itchy skin that can occur from poison ivy, oak or sumac or prickly heat?

All you need to do to relieve the discomfort with baking soda is as follows. Add 1/2 cup of Baking Soda to a bath of and relax in the bath. 

You can also or make a paste of baking soda and water ( 3 parts baking soda to 1 part water) and apply directly to more localized rashes and irritations. When you use this method the water evaporates quite quickly leaving a layer of baking soda on the skin. Try not to move the area too much as the baking soda will flake off. By the time that you have watched the water evaporate and noticed the white powder on your skin you will have forgotten about the pain of the rash. Yes it does work that quickly!


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