Florida LCO's: Has urushiol in the airborn smoke haze caused poison ivy rash to anyone yet? Is an airborne breakout similar to dermal contact? I know it can enter the lungs as one thing being different. I broke out on my neck and upper body after working in the smokey haze yesterday. Winds had not kept it away as well as prior days. Since I've had dermal contact with the plant and not broke out before, it may not be from urushiol, but I think I remember the oil in smoke after the plant is burned is much more aggressive. Wondering if maybe it is the cause of lung irritation after the day in the smoke as well. Campire smoke does not usually bother me so I was surprised the brush fires smoke did. That's why I suspect or question the possibility of p.i. being burned in the fires. Its been 12-18 hours......would most folks be blistered up by now if it were smoke borne urushiol? What say ye local regulars? Aside from that I have a helpful tip for anyone suffering lung distress from the smoke. Take a teaspoon of each - 1 t. honey and 1 t. cinnamon and mix together well. I learned to use this for hayfever stuffyness with great results. Eat it and allow to melt slowly in your mouth, even leaving some under your tongue for a minute for quicker absorption. Cinnamon is a natural vaso-dialator and will leave your lungs and sinuse feeling invigorated. Two doses about two hours apart kept away my lung pain from the smoke overnight and it has not returned yet.