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RHUS TOXTaking the homeopathic remedy RHUS TOX before poison ivy comes out may help to be a little more immune to getting it. Works for me. I take it all summer.
--(mcherb@NOSPAMptd.net) submitted May/13/1999
Rhus Tox was very effective for me. Within 24 hours of taking the first dose
my itching and inflammation was noticeably reduced. I cleared up to the
point of being able to conduct life normally after only 3 days, and I had a
TERRIBLE case. I had it all around my eyes, eyelids, nose, cheeks, arms, and
shoulders. I had to stay home from work 2 days because I was completely
unpresentable. Rhus Tox worked so well that it dried up the rash on my face
before it ever developed pus. The rash on my face simply stopped itching and
dried up. I would recommend Rhus Tox homeopathic treatment to anyone.
This is the second serious affliction that homeopathic remedies have cured for
me. They work! My dosage: 3 pellets of 30c concentration, every hour or
two the first day, then three times daily afterward. I never used half of my
package - I was cured before I could use it.
People looking for assistance at this site should be very cautious.
It appears that there are still people who subscribe to homeopathic
treatments for a serious condition. Homeopathic medicine does not
work. Never has, never will. The shot for preventing dermatitis
reactions to poison oak was withdrawn many years ago due to the
potential for toxicity and also, more importantly, because it failed
in the FDA post drug release trials. Belive it or not, the FDA does
hold all drug makers responsible for producing a product that has
an efficacy greater than placebos. If a drug is not proven to be
efficacious against the target culprit, it gets pulled.
In response to whoever posted the feedback titled "Rhus Tox"
I just wanted the readers to know that contrary to the comment that
homeopathic medicines don't work - they actually do, and have been proven.
They are included in the British Pharmacopia, are prescribed by British and
American allopathic doctors more and more precisely because they often do
work fantastically for people. Their efficacy has been shown to be well above
I am highly allergic to PI. From initial itch to full healing of the
blister scabs, it takes me 6 weeks to recover from an exposure.
I have tried At least a dozen over-the-counter treatments, including
calamine, caladryl, zyradryl, ivydry, and domebro, with little to
no benefit. I have found a very good itch reliever: PrameGel, but it doesn't dry up the blisters. For drying it up, the only product
I have found which works appears to be mixed up at a local pharmacy. It is called Rhus-Tox, and is a paste-like suspension. With
aggressive treatment, I can shorten my period of suffering from 6 weeks to 2 using the Rhus-Tox, and prevent the blisters from ever
weeping. This product has several weaknesses: it is very runny, and difficult
to apply; it has only a limited effect on the itching;
it irritates the skin when applied more than 3 times a day; and the effectiveness drops off significantly after about 3 months. Despite
these problems, the 4 week earlier recovery is worth it. This product appears to be unrelated to the homeopathic pills of the same
name. I have not tried either Zanfel or jewelweed, so cannot compare its effectiveness to them.
Hi, I am currently suffering from the poison ivy. My family swears
by the Rhus Toxis homeopathic pills, I am beginning with that
today, Day 5 since exposure. Just wanted to send out a warning
about bleaching your skin to get rid of the rash. My mom did this
as a teenager and caused herself decades of misery and skin
problems. Her hands have finally gone back to normal and she is
nearing 60. Please be careful with bleach, it may absolutely ruin
sensitive skin. 6 weeks of poison ivy discomfort is far better than
30 years of hyper-sensitive skin due to poor treatment. Be warned.
First off, Once the Oils have been washed away physical contact of
breakout points puss, etc. can not spread the rash to you or to
anyone else!! It is in your body though and can spread through your
blood system to other parts of your body for up to three weeks. I'd
say go with steriod cream if it's really getting messy or the pills
if it's getting really really out of control. One thing I haven't
seen here is a homeopathic product called rhustox4x from Washington
homeopathic products, inc. I know, you are saying that's not going
to work. Well I said the same thing but I used to break out in
sections spaning anywhere from 6 to 12 inches on my arms legs and
even once my face right next to my eye. Now when I see some break
out points I start taking the Rhustox4x and I only have a few
mildly ichy blemishes that go away within a week or less. The first
time I figured I had just gotten lucky, but every time since I
haven't had more then a few blemishes and that w!as it!!!! My last
test of the product was on a backpacking trip. I went off for two
days(didn't shower on the trip) and when I came back I saw break
out points. I washed everything took the Rhustox4x and tada the
breaks didn't get worse the itching subsided and it all went away.
In short try the stuff!!!!!!! It worked for me
Hi. I was just looking around the site
(http://poisonivy.aesir.com/cures.html) and down to the comments on
Rhus tox. The first comment is by someone who is saying that the
homeopathic dose of Rhus tox. Does not work "never has, never
will". Then he goes on to talk about the shot. The two are totally
different and it's misleading to the reader to have the two topics
in one paragraph. Also, his reference to the FDA pulling products
that are not proven is true - and perhaps that is why the pulled
the shot, I don't know. But something he doesn't mention (probably
because he didn't know it) was that Rhus toxicodendron and all
homeopathic medicines are registered with the FDA and regulated
under the Food and Drug Act (of 1938). All remedies must be
manufactured to strict guidelines which are layed out in the
Homeopathic Pharmacopoea of the United States which is the
officially recognized (by the FDA) compendium to homeopathic
manufacture in the US. All homeopathic pharmacies are inspected to
the same standards as other "conventional" pharmacies, so, again,
these comments of his were very misleading. Per fda law,
homeopathic manufacturers are permitted to claim "No Known
Side-Effects" on all homeopathic OTC medicines (of which Rhus tox
3x & up is one) because there are no know side-effects. Death may
result from someone eating a leaf of posion ivy, but no death has
ever resulted from someone taking a OTC Rhus toxicodendron
homeopathic dilution. Also, I work for one of the homeopathic
manufacturers in the US. We have been making our Poison Ivy Pills
since 1920 (at least) and have never had a claim by a customer that
the poison ivy pills caused them any harm that was cause to pursue.
Anyway, its a bit dishearening to see uneducated people trying to
scare people away from something that has helped thousands and
thousands of people (our company alone has over 25,000 satisfied
1995). I hope the information has been useful, and perhaps you
can post it above, below or in place of my comrad's
Many Thanks, Catherine Clark
Great web site! I've gotten poison ivy all my life but usually not
that bad. However, I picked up some pi oil on my husband's clothes
(he was cleaning up some brush) and I ended up with it. Before I
even realized I had it, I had scratched an open sore on my arm. The
sore didn't get infected but within a couple of days I was very
sick. I was nauseated all the time, my sugar level kept dropping
(my husband is diabetic so he checked my glucose with his machine,
it was 49),my palms were even sweating. I'd get a rapid heartbeat
and I felt like I had a fever. The itching was so bad my husband
drove to town (20 miles away) at 6 a.m. to get me some medicine. He
talked to the pharmacist and she told him to have me take a warm
shower washing with antibacterial soap, dry off with a hair dryer,
use Calagel (a Tecnu product) and dry the gel with a hair dryer.
That stopped the itching in its tracks for a minimum of 8-12 hours.
She also recommended Benadryl which really knocked me for a loop.
The itching stopped but the internal sickness continued so I ended
up going to our doctor. She prescribed Arnica Montana 30x, to help
with the internal swelling and some other blood cleaners and things
to calm my stomach. While I was at the health food store getting
these items I talked to the owner who also suggested that I get
some Poison Ivy/Oak tablets. This is a homeopathic remedy that
includes Rhus Tox (abbrev.). I took both the Arnica and the Rhus
Tox as soon as I paid for them. Within 4 hours I felt like a brand
new person, and I was really sick prior to that. I took this for
about 10 days before I ran out of the Rhus Tox, and the following
day I started feeling poorly again, nothing like I did at first but
that told me I still have the pi in my system so i'm getting more
pills tomorrow. This isn't an overnight cure but it sure helped me!
I am wondering though, has anyone else had symptoms like this or
could it be the pi in combination with something else? I was
feeling! Great before I got the pi. The doctor ordered a cbc but I
haven't gotten the results back yet. I am rarely ill with anything
so i'm not used to feeling this bad and am not dealing with it
Oral IvyOral Ivy, listed in your "Products" section, is a very safe and effective homeopathic remedy for both prevention and treatment of poison ivy and its nasty relations. Our property has so much poison ivy that it would be impractical to spray it all, so I've taken Oral Ivy for years to protect me not only from direct contact, but also from the resin adherring to pets, clothing, and equipment.
-- Judy Feller (judyf@NOSPAMcsrlink.net) submitted Jul/13/1999
I am a soil scientist, with regular exposure to dense thickets of poison ivy,
and poison ivy roots severed in backhoe pits that I must climb into. My best
remedy is Oral Ivy, which replaces my childhood prevention of two other
product that were discontinued (ImmunOak, and IvyTox).
It's funny, I've had a problem with ivy for a while but refuse to move
cause it is all over this area. i've been using oral ivy for about 7 months
and want to say that for me it works. without changing my lifestyle, I can
say that I have not had a case of the ivy during this period. In '99 I had it
three times even had to go to the doctor once. miserable! I haven't dove
into any or rolled in it just to see if this product works, but the places I
got it the year before, I have been. This past week my wife had a patch on
her leg. which I doctored for her (she won't take oral ivy) and slept with,
but no rash for me. Can't say it works for everybody but I'm fixing to find
a patch and roll in it!
I read all your articles and was surprised to
see that no one recommend Oral Ivy. Oral Ivy is a natural homeopathic liquid
that you drink to both prevent and cure poison oak. I get poison oak all the
time...mostly from my dogs and by taking Oral Ivy I have gained and immunity to
it. And when you do get it you just place 10 drops in water every two hours and
it takes the swelling and itch away!
HylandsI have suffered in major ways from poison ivy over the years. The product that has helped the most, amazingly so, and seems to have help me build up an immunity is, is one from the homeopathic line of Hylands. It's simply called "Poison Ivy/Oak." I have taken the pills upon exposure, but never the recommended dose as I am sensitive to medicine and think smaller doses have worked for me. Homeopathy may not work for everyone, but it has made my life much less miserable. I also know that bathing with octagon soap right after working in the yard is a local folk remedy that seems to help as well for when you touch it. (I used to get it without even touching it :) )
--Ruth (mitlov@NOSPAMnaxs.net) submitted 30/Oct/2000
Shot to Prevent Poison IvyHave you heard of shot for poison ivy. It is supposed to prevent poison ivy, from ever happening! I thought I heard something about it but I don't what it is. It could be experimental! Well just write back to me if you know anything new on this subject. Thank you!
--(EliteReb1@NOSPAMaol.com) submitted Aug/07/1999
I have experiemented with natural healing for at least 30 years. i started
getting poison ivy regularly about 10 years ago when i joined a cross country
running club. i tried my old remedy that i have used for anything that is
open or can be and has poison that needs to be drawn from it. it is cream of
tarter. it you watch the area and wait for it to open and ooze or you can
usually open it with something abrasive like rubbing it with a washcloth,
then mix a paste ( not too firm and not too watery) with the tarter and apply
it to the oozing area. it will cling to it as long as there is poison to draw
but it helps to put a bandage/bandaid on if possible.tarter paste can be used
for so many things-treated my daughter for scorpion sting(no pain!)-treated
blood poisoning from cut in foot(red line up to knee!)and tarter drew it down
with no dr. visit.put on fresh wounds so they will not get infected and they
heal well. i have many tarter stories. the treatment for ivy probably needs
to be repeated each morning and each evening by washing the area and
reapplying fresh tarter. i also rub the area with a washcloth each time to
bring up the oils. cream of tarter is derived from grapes. it is scraped from
wine containers after wine is made. hope this helps someone.let me know if
you have any info on prevention-besides not going in the woods! i could not
live without the woods! i have heard there is a new preventive shot. please
get back if you know anything. thanks, studwitch
Comments: thanks jim! i just got off the phone with the creator of zanfel. he tells me it is likened to shampoo so i think i will try it. he also tells me that the shot has been on market for about 2 years and was removed because people were dying! i believe it was kidney related. he also informed me that his products will soon be on the shelf at your local drugstore. i am very happy to hear about this. not even the blair witch could keep me out of the woods! thanks again and keep in touch with new stuff - --(STUDWITCH@NOSPAMaol.com) submitted Sep/03/1999
As I was reading the remedies I came across an article asking about the
shot for poison ivy etc. The shot's that they give is very risky. It can cause
serious liver damage. They dont even like to give it anymore.
I also read about a couple who used a hair dryer to stop itching. it does stop
the itching but it can also make it seep.
Finaly, someone mentioned using chlorine or clorox. this does make it dry up qui
cker but it also make you more prone to it.(get it easier)
My mother heard about a way to prevent poison ivy that I found quite
unbelievable (as did she). One of her friends told her about an "alternative
Indian doctor" she visited. The man said when poison ivey plant begin
sprouting in the spring (February to March) collect a small very young green
leaf from the plant, mash it against your front teeth, then swallow it. This
act should be performed for five days in a row, no more, no less. If you
forget a day, wait until next year and try again - it must be performed for
five consecutive days only one time during the early spring. Have you ever
heard of this? My mother is extremely reactive to poison ivey and would love
to be immune, but this sounds totally nuts - we're doing some research. By
the way, her friend has been performing this ritual for the past 10 years and
hasn't had a problem since. She said she had horrible problems with the vine
before beginning the "treatments". What do you think?
As for building up an immunity to poison plants by eating one leaf a year, I
do NOT suggest that. My younger sister ate poison ivy to prove that
she was not allergic to it and had a massive reaction. (And truthfully
I'm still laughing ten years later.) One person had asked about a
five-leaved poison plant, and that is what I have always been told is
poison oak. It has overrun my yard, climbed up my pecan trees with
vines as thick as my wrists, and no matter how much I do to get rid of
it, it comes back over and over again. I am highly allergic to it, I
don't even have to touch it to have a reaction, but I get out there and
pull it up anyway, since if I leave it alone, I'll still catch it, I
might as well catch it while I am killing it. I have noticed that it
seems to change somewhat, sometimes the vines and leaves are a gorgeous
red, sometimes the leaevs round out a bit from their normally pointed
state. The best way I can describe this is that the leaves look much
like marijuana leaves, only there are always only five leaves in a
cluster. It's actually very pretty climbing up my trees, but, alas, it
has to go. In my case, the vines have actually attached themselves to
the bark of the pecan trees, and pulling them off ! is nearly
impossible, so what I do is cut the vine in half toward the bottom of
the tree and try to dig up the roots (which spread underground and
sprout new plants yards away), but be warned that all of the leaves in
the treetop will turn brown and fall off after you sever the vine, and
the dead leaves littering the ground can still give you a rash. I can
promise you that these five leaved plants DO cause a skin reaction.
Recently, I was talking with a guy who was raised out in the country
where poison ivy is VERY PLENTIFUL. He told of his grandmother's home
remedy for it. She would take poison ivy leaves and boil them in water,
then bottle what she brewed. Every day she would put a couple of drops
of this stuff in everyone's coffee, water, etc. He said this gave the
family a level of immunity from catching poison ivy... or if they did
catch it, it was always a very mild case.
This was the first time I had ever heard of this sort of thing. Has
anyone else ever heard of it... or anything like it?
I have been told by a trustworthy authority, that if you drink the milk
of goats which have eaten poison ivy, you will become immune.
In the early 1980's, I was able to get a vaccination against poison
ivy, oak, etc. It was called ivy-all, and it was a series of three
shots. I would go get it in February before I was exposed, and it
would last all year, sometimes 2 years. It worked great. Now I am
unable to find this vaccine and a nurse told me they took it off
the market because it did not work. It did so work!! Any
suggestions on where this vaccine might be available?
Just a comment on the Poison Ivy shots. I had them when I was a
kid. One a week for 9 weeks, then the next year one a week for 8,
etc. etc. I still get it just as badly as before. Recently I asked
my doctor and to corroborate others' comments the shot(I don't know
the medicinal name) was taken off the market for a couple of
reasons. First, in extremely rare cases, kidney problems developed,
but it was mostly as in my case, it just didn't work effectively in
most cases. Currently the only thing medicinal product I am aware
of that can be prescribed is the steroid Pregnizone(sp?).
I have been allergic to poison oak, ivy & sumac for as long as I
can remember, and we always lived in the country (I live in Texas).
Pure lye soap is a great drying agent for the horrible itchy
bubbles. Although not a drastic as bleach or chlorine, it does help
w/ itching and dries out the rash pretty well. Aloe vera plant is
good just cut the stem in half and rub, rub, rub. Other than
that-I've taken so many Cortisone shots, Medrol Dose-paks,
Prednisone, etc. I should be a man by now. (All of which are fairly
effective) Now my horror story... One summer when I was 15, I took
the preventative shot to avoid getting the rash as I always managed
to do each summer. My father always took the shots and they worked
for him, so why not? Turns out I had already gotten into some
poison oak or ivy when I got the shot, of course I didn't know it,
but it caused the shot to have an adverse affect on me. I swelled
up like a hot air balloon, eyes swelled shut, ear canals shut, I
had it in the roof of my mouth, on my scalp, the palms of my hands,
bottoms of my feet and other unmentionable places... Ouch!!! It was
awful, I wanted to die. After the initial horrible part of it that
lasted about 3 weeks, I ended up having it for about 6 months
somewhere on my body, mostly on my legs. It finally worked it's way
out of my system. Needles to say I've never tried getting the shots
again. I'm itching just typing this up! Also, if it's in your yard
and you want to rid yourself of this stuff and clearly don't want
to touch it to pull it up or cut it up, pour salt on the base of it
and it will kill it pretty quickly, and it's a safe remedy for kids
or pets if they get into it.
I am 41 years old and have had severe reactions to poison ivy since
childhood. I started taking the poison ivy shots manufactured by
Parke Davis when I was 20 or so. They were the miracle
cure/prevention. 10 years ago or so, the FDA decided Parke Davis
did not have the proper testing/paperwork and ordered extensive
research before they could extend their product's manufacture. The
cost was astronomical, and they decided to drop the vaccine from
their line. All the vaccine was, was the urushoil in a deadened
state. I had researched all of this years ago, and even went to
other states to get the "last" of their vaccine. At the time,
someone was working on a new prototype of vaccine. Is this the
vaccine I just read about causing deaths? I am currently broke out
from head to toe again. I know all of the home cures, and have
tried them all. What I have not tried is the oral homeopathic
preventative treatment. My husband works as a lineman for a power
company and they use!d to supply their workers with this years ago,
but dropped that about the same time Parke Davis dropped their
vaccine. If you know of a new vaccine let me know asap. In the
meantime, I'll stick with the old treatments that are not miracles
& also order the oral stuff. Thanks for the site.
Poison OakFor a living I do manual weed control by root extraction mostly on blackberries, bamboo, and poison oak. Talk about job security! When I came to the Pacific Northwest 23 years ago I had some reaction to it but lived on a small sheep ranch which had some milking goats. First of all, for those of you who may be allergic to milk it may be cow's milk. Goat milk has smaller fat globules, "naturally pasteurized", and is far more easily digested. It seems the goats ate poison oak and produced antibodies for their kids and I got immunized from drinking the milk. It does not work for everyone. We each have a different body chemistry and it did not work for a neighbor. I must renew my immunity each spring by handling it and eating it. (It is said that Native Americans ate it.) Obviously, I can not recommend this to anyone. Immunity is not always for life: some immune people suddenly start reacting very badly. Since I do not get it I am more concerned with contaminating others. Cold water spray will congeal the oil and flush it off. I use hot soapy water to wash my hands and tools. If the growth is thick, disposable (or separately washable) coveralls are usefull. Happy humus !! (organic matter not chickpea food)
--"David G. Hoffman" (fixit@NOSPAMefn.org) submitted 27/Aug/2001
Editor: As David said! NOT recommended!
My experience with contracting poison ivy, oak or sumac; and even
stuff some people call cow-itch. I'm allergic to all four types. I
used to be severely allergic to the rash.But now only mild. Heres
what I did. I started working in the woods Pulpwooding. That's only
part of the cure. See working in the woods daily and always
handling the weed I would break out with the rash. But gradually as
I continued to handle weeds day by day the rash was no longer a
severe problem. So my cure: is handle the poison weed every day.It
will cause one to have allergic reactions in the beginning but
soon, some day, one will be immune to it.
What information can you give me on immunity to Poison Oak? I've
been talking with climbers from another town where the whole town
seems to be convinced everyone becomes more sensitive with
exposure. They've become poison oak phobics.
I've found the opposite to be true. I have been immune to poison
oak ever since junior high at which time I was reexposed so many
times I had it from head-to-toe for a year. I am now 46 an my
immunity is to the extent that last summer to demonstrate to a
phobic, I crushed a leaf into the underside of my wrist for about a
minute. My reaction was a mild quarter size rash that lasted a week.
My son and climbing partner are also immune to the point that we
walk through it wearing shorts and can pull it out by hand without
getting a rash, or if we do it usually in the early spring; minor,
isolated, does not spread, and is gone in three days. Greg
Well, I had, and I say I had an incredible allergy in my very much
younger years to poison oak. Eyes swollen shut and blood poisoning
threatening my leg. I was in the 5th grade, no biggy. I got married
and we were planning to move to a mountain property that was
landscaped with poison oak. Our labradeor retreavor loved it there.
Lots of bushes (poison oak) for the frisbee to get tangled up in.
Not only was I was in danger but I immediately got the very
familiar rash. Don't remember my info source, but I purchased, over
the counter what was called poison oak extract. I took something
like one drop a day in water for so many days, two drops in water
for so many days and so forth. I believe that the was in 1970 I
have not had poison oak since. I lived on the same property, with
the same dog, for six years. I tried to find some of the same
poison oak extract for a friend who's 21 year old son works in the
woods and is very allergic to poison oak. Is the ext ract available
anywhere? Please let me know. Thank you, Lynne
St Johns Wort ExtractSt. John's wort extract, liquid suspension, mixed with liquid or under the tongue. I believe in the hot shower method to relieve itching, and calamine lotion for weeping. I get my rashes from my labrador, now I walk him, instead of letting him chase bunnies.
--"Beverly Propst" (luckylabrador@NOSPAMlycos.com) submitted 7/Sep/2002
Herbalist InformationAbout 6 years ago I move to CT. The first spring I went about my gardening as usual and you guessed it "Came in touch with poison ivy" I tried the usual over counter products and honestly they didn't help which is why I developed my own product. Thankfully, I'm an herbalist so putting a formula together was not a problem. More importantly it provided me with immediate relief and within a few days the blistering itchy rash was gone. No lie - I now supply it to local health food stores and you can reach me at the site below for more info.
--"Ruth Abbott" (ruth@NOSPAMrabbottsremedies.com) submitted 24/Feb/2003
Editor: Send email to address above is what I believe Ruth ment as there was no URL or address provided.
NAETI am a mother of 5 and love to garden. We have lived in our home for 7 years and I have had poison oak every summer.It is such a hopeless feeling when you see you have it again and you are unsure of where you got it from. I am so tired of being on prednisone. I know it is so terrible on your body. But supposedly it goes systemic on me every time. Last month (still winter) I got it again. I called my mother in law in tears. She persuaded me to go see someone who was trained in naet. I got on the internet and found who looked the most qualified. He got me in the next morning and as I was in his office I thought it was so bizarre and I was being taken advantage of. I was so desperate though. I asked him how long until it would leave my body and he did muscle testing on me and told me after the third try. I was extremely doubtful but decided to go through with it. It worked. Naet eliminates your allergies. Rather than me explaining it to you just look it up and study it for yourself and make your own decision. I had never heard of this treatment before. Good luck ...I feel for you.
--"mother of 5" (no email provided) submitted 2/Apr/2003
Editor: I have not hear of this before. NAET stands for Nambudripadís Allergy Elimination Techniques I gather.
Rabbott RemedyI know of nothing better than a remedy I purchased from a website Rabbott Remedies. They make a natural formula consisting of all the top ingredients. All I know is that it works great and I am very happy I found this product.
--"Tom" (Tniessen@NOSPAMbaxgroup.com) submitted 29/Apr/2003
Natra-BioMy 4 year old son gets a very bad case of poison ivy if he goes near it, he breaks out from head to toe.The first two times he's gotten it we've had to get a prescription from the doctor for prelone. The prelone works good but he hates the taste and he has to take it for three weeks to be weaned off slowly. He got poison ivy last week again, a friend told me about a homeopathic medicine she used( natra-bio poison oak/poison ivy relief.) on her son's poison oak and he hasn't had it since! I started the natra-bio on saturday afternoon, gave him 7 drops under the toungue every 30 minutes for 2 hours. Sunday morning it was better! He took three doses sunday, and today (monday) it is almost gone!!! This stuff works, I will never use anything else.
--"sherry" (leallen@NOSPAMmicrocore.net) submitted 13/May/2003
Editor: The product from www.natrabio.com can be here.
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