Japanese Cedar

Japanese cedar, also known as Cryptomeria, is notorious for producing highly allergenic pollen. This pollen can trigger a condition known as "cedar fever," characterized by severe allergic reactions. Pollen release typically occurs from winter to early spring and can be intense, affecting a large number of individuals where these trees are prevalent....

Japanese Cedar

When should I consider testing for Japanese Cedar allergy?

If you experience intense allergy symptoms from winter to early spring, especially if you live in an area with Japanese cedar trees, it may be beneficial to get tested for this specific allergy.

What are common symptoms of Japanese Cedar allergy?

  • Intense sneezing
  • Runny or stuffy nose
  • Itchy eyes and throat
  • Fatigue
  • Asthma symptoms in affected individuals

What causes Japanese Cedar allergy reactions?

Japanese Cedar pollen is highly allergenic and can provoke a strong immune response, leading to inflammation and a range of allergy symptoms.

How to manage Japanese Cedar allergy symptoms?

Managing Japanese cedar allergy involves limiting outdoor exposure during the tree’s pollination period, using air purifiers indoors, and following a healthcare provider’s advice regarding medication.

Test(s) that measure/test for Japanese Cedar

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