Effects of Poison Oak Overcome

While camping on a little creek down in the Indian Territory, with my husband and two small children, my little girl went down on the bank of the creek to dig around what we call the red bud bush, as the roots of it are said to be nice for tooth brushes.

The child not knowing the difference, pulled up the poison oak root, brought it into the tent, and we all three took a piece from it. In about fifteen minutes my husband came in and told us we were chewing poison oak.

I immediately declared the Truth, as best I could, and the children and their father went down to see if the poison oak grew there, and found any quantity of it.

Testimony of Healing
Saved from Injury
June 27, 1901

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