- Well, I didn t eat any, but I did end up getting exposed to the noxious weed last Saturday during a death march, er hike. Didn t really start reacting tillMessage 1 of 24 , Mar 23 8:01 PMView Source
Well, I didn’t eat any, but I did end up getting exposed to the noxious weed last Saturday during a death march, er hike. Didn’t really start reacting till yesterday and today it was full-blown on one wrist and possibly the other wrist and shoulder, and it always seems to spread for me J. I’ve had several friends speak highly of Zanfel, so I’m trying it out for the first time. If it takes care of a well-established rash, I’ll certainly be convinced. For me at this point, it is usually takes a bunch of prednisone pills to resolve it… and I’d prefer not to take that if I could….
Will report back in a day or two!
The SKWERL (bryan)
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Zanfel is the best stuff for getting rid of the urishiol after the rash breaks out. It's expensive, but is worth it if you're in bad shape.
geospyder <geospyder@...> wrote:
I’ll trade California poison oak for Nevada rattlers and scorpions any time. Saw it but thought I’d avoided it. Took a couple days but the arms are in the break out rash/itch as we speak. I haven’t caught PO in over forty years. Guess it was my time again. At least I snagged enough California caches this weekend to put me over another mini milestone – 1600. Think a trip to the drug store for good old calamine lotion is in order – presuming that is what is still used to control the rash/itch.