Approximately 70-80% of the population is sensitive to sap oils from poisonous plants like poison oak. Poison oak sap oil is a colorless, odorless resin called urushiol. Reaction to the oil typically begins with redness and swelling of the skin, followed by painful bumps or blisters. Sensitivity to the oil increases with each exposure.
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