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JVA5th

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You do know there is a pill people swear by to prevent poison ivy now. Over the counter, and liquid form too. The landscape people here all take it.
I'll have to look into it a lot of the best places to metal detect here in the hills and mountains are full of poison oak
 

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Some of the old sowing stuff from my grandmas drapery shop. Now trying to figure out how to sell these things I know they aren't cheap. Neat pieces of equipment though.
 

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releventchair

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Well than I'm glad those buggers aren't around here lol. If it's worse than poison ivy I for one want nothing to do with it lol
Imagine each poison ivy blister having an acid in the middle melting into your flesh(Like certain spider bites). While itching , and getting more itchy every hour..
And where the acid melted flesh it don't heal for weeks.

Great. You guys got me all itchy now.
 

JVA5th

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Imagine each poison ivy blister having an acid in the middle melting into your flesh(Like certain spider bites). While itching , and getting more itchy every hour..
And where the acid melted flesh it don't heal for weeks.

Great. You guys got me all itchy now.
Lol I shall definitely pass on that
 

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Imagine each poison ivy blister having an acid in the middle melting into your flesh(Like certain spider bites). While itching , and getting more itchy every hour..
And where the acid melted flesh it don't heal for weeks.

Great. You guys got me all itchy now.
Sounds like a scene from Alien.
 
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Something worse than poison ivy well that's a horrible thought. Poison ivy leaves me in misery for weeks. I get blisters all over, swell and ooze liquid. My reaction to the stuff is terrible
I,m not the least allergic to any form of poison ivy,oak or sumac. Chiggers on the other hand I cannot abide,drive me absolutely crazy with itching. If you have chiggers,clorox is your friend. A big splash in a foot tub of water,bathe the affected areas,usually the ankles,very well and they,re done.Kills them right now and relieves the itch.
 

JVA5th

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I,m not the least allergic to any form of poison ivy,oak or sumac. Chiggers on the other hand I cannot abide,drive me absolutely crazy with itching. If you have chiggers,clorox is your friend. A big splash in a foot tub of water,bathe the affected areas,usually the ankles,very well and they,re done.Kills them right now and relieves the itch.
You're lucky all that stuff doesn't bother you I am jealous lol
 

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