Very simple question: What can you do for the rash, blistering, itch etc of poison oak?
I usually use the homeopathic version of tecnu, "tecnu extreme" along with Xiao Feng Wan. Bloodletting with or without cupping may also be used (usually in more serious cases).
Chad J. Dupuis, L.Ac.
Yin Yang House Acupuncture and Wellness Center
I did not know there was a homeopathic version of Technu. Normal Technu doesn't have any homeopathics in it, just surfactant that would wash away the oils. It is good know there is a homepathic version now. Although, the ingredients do not even list Rhus Tox, which is for poison Ivy. (That is what I usually recommend. )
I have succesully used copitits tincuture. You could probably dissolve the tablets in water and use that. I scrub the area really well in hot shower to release oils then apply the Coptitis directly to the area. Works great.
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