Allergens

Learn More About
Elm
Elm trees start blooming in February and release pollen into late March throughout central Texas. If you find yourself fighting a mid-winter allergic reaction, elm is a likely culprit. Elm pollen affects allergy sufferers with asthma-like symptoms, itching, sneezing, wheezing, headache, sinus pain, breathing problems, red or tearing eyes, runny nose, itchy eyes and throat, cough, or dark circles under eyes.