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Itching and the cut-off sock cure

Reference #: 917
Submit Date: 21 Jun 2007
Browse Category: itching
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Treatment used: socks
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Country of Remedy: USA
Remedy Source: folklore
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Remedy Description

When i got a bad case of poison oak on my arm, I found a old sock and cut off

the toe making a tube. I then put the sock on my arm making a sleeve. The sock

prevented me from scratching and the less i scratched the faster I healed.





This remedy could also be used for poison ivy, chiggers, and ticks

This remedy can also be used for:



chiggers mosquito, poison oak poison ivy