If you are looking for more information about poison ivy, poison oak and / or poison sumac, then look no further. We've collected a list of book titles which you may find helpful in identifying, treating, and controlling these noxious plants.
Roam the outdoors with confidence after using the author's invaluable Poison Oak & Poison Ivy Identification Technique. You will learn-that a substance to remove the allergenic oil from your skin is nearby wherever you are, and a great way to completely stop the itch for 4 to7 hours is already in your home. "A fascinating read, full of little known facts. A keen eye for detail and an ear for a good story." -Tom Ogren, author of "Allergy Free Gardening."
I started reading this today and I love it! If you buy it, you will not be disappointed. It is a fun and easy read! - Jim Dunphy (Jan 21, 2012)
Although this book has a very lengthy title, do not be fooled as it comes recommended by Amazon readers. This book covers plant identification through detailed drawings and photographs. Also the lore and history of poison ivy, poison oak, and poison sumac are covered along with folk remedies, prevention and treatment as well as plant control.
An entertaining book covering the plants of the genus, Toxicondendron. This title includes information on natural and social history, medical data from reliable sources, advice on treatment of rashes, and a description of urushiol in layman's terms.
A guide for parents, outdoorspeople, and healthcare workers to protecting young children. Includes beautiful color photographs and guides for quick identification of the plant or mushroom, a summary of its toxicity, suggestions for treatment, and additional notes.
This essential guide to safety in the field features 90 venomous animals and more than 250 poisonous plants and fungi. The 340 line drawings make identification fast and simple; 160 species are also illustrated with color photographs.
Learn to identify over 50 plants common to Northern California including poison ivy and poison oak. This field guide is region specific and includes information on the plants including interesting trivia.
This book covers 300 poisonous plants including garden vegetables, flowers, and house plants found in the central portion of the United States. There are over 500 photographs to aid in identification. This is a comprehensive book and includes inofrmation on plant identification, habitat and range and symptoms of poisoning.
This is a regional field guide which contains information and color photos of poisonous plants and animals found in the Florida / Carribean region. There is in-depth information on the toxins, symptoms, and treatments presently recorded in scientific literature, as well as beneficial uses and folklore.
This book covers poisonous plants and animals found in Alabama and adjoining states. Geographic range maps are shown for most species, while many of the major plant groups are represented by color photographs. Included in this book is information on poison ivy, poison oak, and poison sumac.
Are you a hiker, camper, walker or gardener? Do you have kids who go to camp? Do you have pets? Do you like the outdoors? Then this
is the book for you. Because you don't want poison ivy or oak to ruin your good time. Get all the facts you need. Because all the
10thingstoknow series books are easy to read, easy to understand and easy to keep by your side.