There are multiple types of tree allergies. The most common kind of allergy is a tree pollen allergy. Most trees begin pollination at the end of winter or the beginning of spring. Tree pollen is fine and powdery and is carried by the wind. The trees that are causing allergies may not be near because the wind can carry the pollen for miles. When the pollen is in the air it is hard to see and even tiny amounts can trigger allergy symptoms. Some allergies below have links to specific information about it.

Tree Allergies that Allergy 123 tests for and creates personal treatment plans for using home-based immunotherapy:*

American Elm

 

Mountain Cedar

American Sycamore

 

Mulberry

Basswood

 

Oak

Birch

 

Olive Tree

Black Walnut

 

Pine

Black Willow

 

Russian Olive

Boxelder

 

Shagbark Hickory

Chinese Elm

 

Silver Maple

Common Cottonwood

 

White Alder

Hackberry

 

White Ash

Linden

 

 

* Tests vary slightly by state because each state has different

concentrations of specfic species

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