2006 - Volume #30, Issue #4, Page #31[ Sample Stories From This Issue | List of All Stories In This Issue | Print this story | Read this issue]
Poison Ivy CureA 40-year-old family cure for poison ivy and other rashes is now on the market as Doc Bob's Home Cure.
When Bob Berndt was growing up on the family farm, he got a bad case of poison ivy. His father gave him some leaves to chew from a plant out of the woods and the rash cleared right up. Forty years later, Bob decided to pull an extract from that plant (he's not saying what plant it is) and put it in a small spray bottle.
Berndt says the product is all natural. It sells for $20 at his website and is starting to be available in some Iowa drugstores. It can be used to treat poison ivy and poison oak, as well as other skin rashes and irritations. It'll even work on cold sores, he says.
Contact: FARM SHOW, Bob Berndt, Doc Bob's Home Cure, w.docbobhomecure.com.
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