Jewelweed, otherwise known as Touch-Me-Nots is best known for its skin healing properties. The leaves and the juice from the stem of Jewelweed are used by herbalists as a treatment for poison ivy, oak and other plant induced rashes, as well as many other types of skin problems.  Poultices and salves from Jewelweed are a folk remedy for bruises, burns, cuts, eczema, insect bites, sores, sprains, warts, and ringworm.
We have access to more Jewelweed than we could ever use growing along the stream bank.  It blooms during the months of May through October and that is when I find it to be most effective when using it for poison ivy or other skin irritations.  
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