Poison Oak Case Study

Bobo, B.
March 2003
Aromatic News;Spring2003, p4
Academic Journal
Presents a case of poison oak allergy. Collection of jewelweed for cure; Use of rubbing alcohol; Application of treatment on irritated skin.


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