Sanguinaria Canadensis [Sang]
or blood root, being used by country boys for the cure of Rhus poisoning led Dr. J.W. Dowling to use the tincture. He said it worked admirably.
Quinine A mild solution of quinine is another cure for rhus poisoning. Apply externally.
3x, internally, and the tincture externally, is reputed to give prompt relief in Rhus poisoning. Every two hours, internally.
This drug, in the 30th potency, is the one mostly used both to prevent and cure Rhus poisoning by homoeopathic pharmacists. Take half a dozen medicated pellets, internally, every hour, for a day.
Jamaica rum.-This, the crude rum, is said to have quickly healed some bad cases of Rhus poisoning. Possibly alcohol and molasses would answer for the rum.
For prolonged cases of ivy poisoning give Bryonia 3 and Sulphur 3, alternately, every hour. This prescription goes back to Dr. W.C. Conant in 1884 and cured a chronic sufferer, who could afterwards go among Rhus vines with impunity.