What are the symptoms to a Jasmine Tea allergy?
#73758. Asked by juvenusmisfit. (Dec 26 06 11:09 AM)
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Chronic tea dust exposure causes increased prevalence of respiratory symptoms and a significant degree of small airway obstruction. (Jayawardana 1997 ref.2414 1)
Higher prevalence of all chronic respiratory symptoms in individuals exposed to tea dust (Zuskin 1984 ref.362 93)
Repeated muscle cramps and distal paraesthesias in all limbs, and a feeling of pressure in his eyes, associated with blurred vision, particularly in darkness, in a 44 year old male, drinking more than 4 L of tea per day. (Finsterer 2002 ref.5873 2)
Occupational allergy resulting in acute and chronic symptoms. Occupational asthma due to tea dust (Cartier 1990 ref.2854 2) (Roberts 1988 ref.2855 6)
In this study, specific immunoglobulin E antibodies to black or chamomile tea were found in 5.6% employees of a tea packing factory, but there was little evidence of specific allergic sensitization to the tea varieties tested, the excess of work-related respiratory and nasal symptoms probably represented non-specific irritation. (Abramson 2001 ref.5204 3)
In 60 migraine patients, the commonest foods causing reactions were wheat (78%), orange (65%), eggs (45%), tea and coffee (40% each), chocolate and milk (37%) each), beef (35%), and corn, cane sugar, and yeast (33% each). (Grant 1979 ref.1242 1)
Symptoms will vary from person to person. This should really be discussed with a physician.|
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