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Caladryl works really well, I have given up playing course that are severe- I literally just avoid them in the 6 month ivy season now. There's 3-4 courses I like nearby that I haven't played in 4+ months, I can play them all fall and winter. That's how I avoid run-ins in the first place.
And I just finished hosing down my bag and discs and shoes from yesterday!
I am a huge fan of Technu. I use the wash on all my disc golf cloths. Ues, I only ware certain clothing to play disc golf, and I wash them separately from all the other cloths in the house. I then run a short wash with bleach and no cloths. This may be ex stream but no one get's it in the house and I have been free of it all year.
plantene works great. (not sure how to spell) its a plant that usually grows on the ground near poison ivy. We have it in western washington, not sure where else it grows. looks kinda like a romain lettuce leaf growing in the grass. i also find that the more contact you have with poison nettles, the less you notice that its on you
I am sitting here coated with the crap. Dont know what works for it been using ivydry and ivyrest and see little improvement. Most products sell from 7-15 bucks. Then you got stuff over 25- must be the stuff that works? Now i am on methylprednisone- rhoids. Goin tomorrow to see if I can throw furthur!!
Good luck. Last time I was treated with steroids I was just hungry all the time. Didn't do anything for my game.