Poplar Pollen: what you should know as Allergy sufferers know
Poplar Pollen have a low allergenic potency.
- Flowering of poplars is at the beginning of February until the end of may.
- The main season of flowering is in April-mid-March to mid -.
- Poplar, Allergy-sufferers often show cross-allergies with nuts, almonds, Apples, plum, Kiwi, celery, and carrots.
- A Pollen Allergy is seen skin often with a swollen nasal mucosa, red and itchy tear to get rid of eyes and the urge, the pollen by Sneezing.
- Sometimes the neck is a little scratchy, and the voice sounds occupied. A total of Allergy symptoms that are similar to those of the first cold symptoms.
- Treated a Allergy, can be acute with the appropriate hay fever medication and nose clips, filter the Pollen out of the air.
- In the longer term, a desensitization may be helpful. Here are injected in certain intervals, small amounts of the Allergen so that the body can get used to it and not overly reacts to it.
What you poplars detects
Poplars (Populus) belong to the family of the willow family (Salicaceae). So you know as an Allergy, what you can see the trees that we have listed here some features for you:
- Widespread in temperate regions of the Northern hemisphere, like America or Europe.
- Poplars are deciduous trees or shrubs. You can reach a height of up to 45 meters.
- The bark is often rough and grey. Due to the high cellulose portion of the wood of poplars are often used for making paper.
- The leaves of the poplars are heart-shaped and either entire or lobed with a long petiole.
- The flowers are drooping, stalked kittens and find yourself at the armpit of a Tragblattes, which is morphologically clearly distinguishable from the other sheets. This is more circular and dentate in comparison to the "normal" leaves.