Translation of poison oak in Spanish:

poison oak

zumaque venenoso, n.

noun

  • 1

    (plant)
    zumaque venenoso masculine
    • Ivy Block is applied at least 15 minutes before exposure to poison ivy or poison oak.
    • Common woody plants in the understory were toyon, California hazel, and poison oak.
    • If a child touches poison ivy, poison oak or a sumac plant, causing an itchy rash with pin-size clear blisters, give him a thorough bath to remove the oily resin that caused the reaction.
    • And you can get even better protection by avoiding poison ivy all together, as well as its cousins poison sumac and poison oak.
    • To dwell on the dearth of bonus material any further would be like rubbing poison oak into a paper cut.
    • It's a moderate, 2-mile round-trip; watch for poison oak.
    • ‘Watch out for the poison oak,’ he warns, pointing to thick clumps along the deer trail we are following.
    • From a manicured picnic area, you hike down a trail that's steep, skinny, and edged with poison oak, but the route is mercifully short - about 0.25 mile.
    • Wear long pants and sleeves when the weather permits, and learn how to take off your clothes when you've been out in the poison oak.
    • The late Alabama folk herbalist Tommie Bass used plantain for sunburn, stings, poison ivy and poison oak.
    • The nut's hard ash-coloured shell contains toxic substances similar to what is found in poison ivy and poison oak.
    • The three girls entered the trees, avoiding the thorns and poison oak that scattered around the ground and branches, to reveal a small, grassy clearing.
    • Watch out for poison oak as it is very prolific in the area.
    • She says that for centuries, plantain has been used to provide immediate relief from mosquito bites, hornet stings and the painful itching of poison ivy or poison oak.
    • The good news is there is no poison ivy or poison oak in Newfoundland.
    • Seventh is poison oak, and what can be said about poison oak?
    • Symptoms, also caused by rubber accelerators and chemical additives, include redness, itching, crusting, and blisters, resembling the reaction to poison ivy or poison oak.
    • He notes that although it was just water, there were dead fish and poison oak contaminating the water all over the course.
    • Contact eczema is the rash from poison ivy or poison oak, for example.
    • Then after about the 300th warning about poison oak, Rob came over again and pointed out this giant cow chilling in the shade.
  • 2US

    (rash)
    urticaria feminine