10 of the Worst Flowers for Allergy Sufferers

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Ragweed:

Ragweed is notorious for producing abundant pollen, which is a common allergen that can cause hay fever symptoms such as sneezing.

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Goldenrod: 

However, its bright yellow flowers may attract bees and other insects, which can indirectly trigger allergies.

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Chrysanthemums:

Additionally, their strong fragrance may exacerbate allergy symptoms.

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Daisies:

Whole grains like oats, quinoa, brown rice, and barley are rich in fiber and complex carbohydrates, which can help stabilize blood sugar.

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Sunflowers:

While sunflowers have large, showy flowers that attract pollinators like bees, their pollen can also trigger allergies in susceptible individuals.

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Lilies: 

Tiger lilies, Easter lilies, and other members of the lily family can trigger allergic reactions in some people.

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Baby's Breath:

Often used as a filler in floral arrangements, baby's breath produces small, powdery pollen that can exacerbate allergy symptoms.

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Peonies:

However, their pollen can trigger allergies in some people, particularly when brought indoors as cut flowers.

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Hydrangeas:

Additionally, handling the plants or coming into contact with their sap may irritate the skin.

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Wisteria:

Additionally, their pollen may attract bees and other insects, further exacerbating allergy symptoms.

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