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Re: Branches and vines

Subject: Re: Branches and vines
Author: Brian
Date: 3/17/2011 11:52 am
Views: 2115
Status: Approved
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This oil is called urushiol. Urushiol is found in all parts of the poison oak plant, including the leaves, stems, roots and berries. This oil is easily accessed; it is present on the surface of the entire plant. All you have to do is touch a part of a poison oak shrub and you will come in contact with urushiol.
Doesn't matter how dense or thin the oil content is, any exposure to the oil will cause an outnreak.

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Branches and vines (Approved)Mari3/12/2011 1:36 pm
  Re: Branches and vines (Approved)Brian3/17/2011 11:52 am