Erath, LA (PressExposure) April 08, 2009 -- Poison Ivy thrives in the heat of spring and summer time; and normally tropical areas of the United States see the worst Poison Ivy has to offer. However, with global warming slowly increasing the temperatures around the world, tree trunks may not be the only thing these poisonous vines are climbing. Poison Ivy, Poison Oak, and Poison Sumac have all been climbing to record numbers around the nation. Places that are not normally a Poison Ivy hot spot have recently been victims of these vines.
Unlike many poisonous plants, Poison Ivy does not spread through consumption. To experience the painful effects of Poison Ivy it only takes a simple touch or rub against the plant. Urishiol Oil, effecting only human skin, wrecks havoc on millions globally each year. In the United States we battle with Poison Ivy, Poison Oak, and Poison Sumac in varying parts of the country. In the Caribbean, it s Poison Wood. However, no matter where you are located the result is the same severe contact dermatitis. The symptoms caused by Poison Ivy can vary from mild irritation to extreme whelps, blisters, and oozing sores that can be quite unbearable for its victims.
The medical research team at DermaTechRxTM has stated the only protection against contracting Poison Ivy is a protective barrier before you come into contact with the plant. Through extensive testing, the medical experts have created and endorsed a revolutionary product soon to be available to the public. This product is effective in creating a barrier before contact with the plant and strong enough to take on Poison Ivy rashes after they have begun.
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As temperatures rise globally, the conditions for Poison Ivy will reach optimal points in places the plant never grew before informs one DermaTechRxTM researcher, Gerald Adams. The poisonous plant may become a concern for those who never had to worry about it before. It s best to prepare now before you come down with symptoms, stated Adams. If you come into contact with a Poison Ivy plant, the odds are against you. Undoubtedly, the Urishiol Oil in the plant takes a toll on human skin at a very rapid rate and can cause its victims quite a bit of pain and discomfort.
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This article was written by Ashley Broussard, a free-lance journalist currently working in the medical industry.