Posted on 12/02/2019 at 11:33 AM by Tom Swegle
With poison ivy being a widespread concern throughout nearly every state and territory in North America, it is no wonder more people are in search of poison ivy desensitization options. Poison ivy encounters cause painful blisters and itching that may last for weeks at a time.
While knowing what to look for in terms of plant appearance can help reduce the risk, the unfortunate truth is that poison ivy cannot be altogether avoided. It is known to take on many forms and can grow in a variety of settings.
When it comes to protecting yourself from this dangerous plant, vigilance may not be enough. Many people are turning to the homeopathic solution of Rhus Toxicodendron to achieve poison ivy desensitization.
Poison ivy rash is caused by coming into direct or indirect contact with either poison ivy leaves or the oils the plant secretes. While there are rare individuals who will never have a reaction to the plant, most people will have a reaction. Poison ivy rash is an allergic reaction to the plant. For some people, the allergy is mild and leads to relatively few symptoms lasting only a day or two. For other people, the allergic reaction is much more serious. People who are more sensitive to poison ivy can experience symptoms that last for an entire month and are more pronounced in severity.
The use of Rhus Toxicodendron can help individuals with an allergy to the plant build up an immunity to its effects over time. Rhus Toxicodendron uses the leaf extracts from poison ivy plants to create an immunity to it. Once this immunity is built, an individual will either have very mild reactions or no reaction at all when exposed to poison ivy plants.
As with any type of immunity, poison ivy desensitization does not happen immediately. While some people report a noticeable improvement in their immunity to poison ivy with a few weeks of using Rhus Toxicodendron, the more common time frame is a month. As with any solution, for Rhus Toxicodendron to achieve the desired results, all administering, and dosage guidelines must be strictly followed to ensure success.
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