Posted by: bescothealthcare | August 29, 2011

Ottawa Citizen article highlights benefits of poison plant remedy

This Ottawa Citizen article describes Tecnu as the “morning after pill” for Poison Oak! Interesting comparison. Read about this authors adventure in the Rogue River Canyon in Oregon and why Tecnu was described the way it is.

” Each week, just 120 visitors are allowed into the area that includes one of eight rivers first protected by the U.S. Wild Rivers Protection Act of 1973 (there are now some 220 protected rivers in the U.S.). Sixty visitors are allowed into the area through a lottery conducted each January and the rest are allowed in if travelling with an outfitter that contracts with the federal agencies.”

Read the full article here.

Tecnu removes the rash-causing oils off many plants from your skin, including Poison Ivy, Oak and Sumac, and can be purchased from Mountain Equipment Coop (MEC), or on-line from, or from


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