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Seasonal Allergy Quiz

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Seasonal Allergy Quiz

Got seasonal allergies? Take our quiz to test you knowledge about what’s making you sneeze.

Pollen is released into the air by which of the following?





How many people suffer annually from seasonal allergic rhinitis, aka hay fever?





Which city in the USA is the worst for spring allergies?





Which grass is a better choice to plant if you suffer with seasonal allergies?





Which is not a symptom of pollen allergy?





Where does hay fever come from?





Which of these helps relieve seasonal allergy symptoms naturally?






Which food should you avoid if you have seasonal allergies?





Which location is low in pollen?





When are pollen counts at their lowest?







To determine if seasonal allergy levels are mild, moderate or severe in your area, check this nationwide map.

2 comments

1 Susan Higgins { 05.12.18 at 9:35 am }

Hi Krissy, Thanks for pointing this out. While much evidence suggests that chamomile may be good for hay fever sufferers in general, those who develop symptoms when exposed to ragweed pollen might have to be careful with chamomile tea. Chamomile has proteins that are similar to proteins found in ragweed, and therefore, chamomile tea may cause reactions. We have added this information to the natural remedies story you reference.

2 Krissy Holly Ireland { 05.09.18 at 9:33 am }

Hmm…But in your article on natural remedies you say chamomile tea is good for allergy sufferers. So why in the quiz does it say this tea is bad for you? Just curious. Thanks for all the great info and interesting facts!????

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