Juniper allergies are part of the umbrella of Cedar Fever.
If you've ever touched a Juniper you know they are sticky. So is their pollen. Typically, Cedar Fever is known as a seasonal allergy. The Juniper qualifies under this category, but the season in reference is all the seasons. These trees release pollen all year round, depending on where you live. I personally am most impacted during the winter months.
Symptoms of Juniper Allergies
- Roof of the mouth
Excessive mucus production
- Clear, watery nasal discharge leading to sneezing and congestion
- Postnasal drip
- Can cause bad breath
Headache caused by congestion
- Behind the eyes
- In the face near the nose
Eye Discomfort due to presence of pollen on the eye surface.
Dryness and lung congestion
- Tightness in the chest
FatigueAllergies cause you immune system to work similar to illness, flu and cold. It is exhausting for your body.
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