Oh, yes. It works.
Beautiful volunteer plants of all sorts grow in my yard thanks to the variety of birds we have visiting. Any plant that bears small fruits or berries will usually be found sprouting somewhere in my fence row or gardens, or under the bird feeders. We have wild strawberries, Virginia creeper, and poison ivy all making their appearance this time of year.
Unfortunately, I didn't see the plant until I had exposed my arm to it's oils. But, I came right inside and washed with the Burt's Bees soap, letting the suds linger on my arm for several minutes. It neutralized all the oils, and I only have some slight remains from the exposure.
If you are allergic like I am, you need to keep this wonderful product on hand!
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