Overview and Allergy Symptoms
Chamisa, Mulberry, Pig Weed, Cedar and Juniper Allergies
An allergy is the body’s overreaction to substances that do not cause a reaction in someone who is not allergic. These substances are called allergens. There are many different types of allergens including mold, animal dander, dust, pollen from trees, grass, and weeds like chamisa, mulberry, pig weed, cedar and juniper.
An allergic reaction to pollen is a seasonal allergy and can be called hay fever or allergic rhinitis. Allergy symptoms include runny nose, itching, and nasal congestion. Seasonal allergies will affect people at the time of year when certain pollens are at their highest levels.