Allergens from plants and especially pollen cause allergies in many people. Pollen allergy causes several different problems, for example itchy and red eyes, nasal congestion, sneezing and runny nose.
The allergen in Ambrosia artemisiifolia, also known as common or field ragweed, is usually a protein called Amb a 1.
The allergen in the investigation of aspen pollen allergy is usually called "Aspen pollen allergen" or "Populus allergen". There are various proteins and substances in Asp pollen that can be allergenic and trigger allergic reactions in sensitive individuals.
Birch pollen is one of the most common sources of pollen allergy in Sweden and Europe. Birch pollen is spread through the air and easily causes allergic reactions.
Cock's-foot is a common cause of pollen allergy in humans and can cause allergic reactions that can be tested with a specific IgE test to find out the allergy levels and, if necessary, get treatment from a doctor or allergy specialist.
Gray alder pollen contains the allergen gray alder, which can cause allergic reactions, and individuals who are sensitive to it can avoid areas with high pollen levels.
The allergen in ragweed is typically a protein called Art v 1, which can cause allergic symptoms such as sneezing, runny nose, itchy eyes, and breathing difficulties. A specific IgE test can be used to investigate allergy to common mullein.
The pollen from the hazel tree contains allergens that can cause allergic reactions in people who are sensitive to it, with symptoms such as sneezing, runny nose, itching, and in more severe cases, difficulty breathing and asthma. Allergy vaccination and avoiding high levels of pollen during the pollen season can help people manage their allergy.
Japanese cedar contains the allergen Cry j 1, which is a common cause of allergic reactions such as sneezing, runny nose, itchy eyes and asthma, and a specific IgE test can be used to find out if you are allergic to it.
Oak tree pollen contains allergens that can cause allergic reactions such as sneezing, runny nose, itching, and red eyes. In severe cases, it can lead to breathing difficulties and asthma.
The allergen in timothy grass is a protein called Phl p 5, which can cause allergic reactions such as sneezing, runny nose, and difficulty breathing in people who are allergic to pollen. A specific IgE test can be used to diagnose a timothy allergy.