Asked by: Mhammad Florscheimfood and drink food allergies
Can plants give you allergies?
Last Updated: 4th June, 2020
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Moreover, can house plants cause allergies?
Your house plants may not cause allergies thanks to the pollen, but thanks to mold growing in the soil. To keep mold from growing in your indoor plant soil, you can do a few things. If you have no houseplants but still suffer bad allergies indoor, call Bodine-Scott.
Beside above, are plants good for allergies? The best allergy-friendly plants include: Golden Pothos. Philodendron. Areca Palm.
Also to know is, what plants are bad for allergies?
Worst Plants for Allergies
- Flowers/herbs. Amaranth (pigweed), chamomile, chrysanthemums, daisies, ordinary sunflowers.
- Shrubs/vines. Cypress, jasmine vine, juniper, wisteria.
What flowers cause the most allergies?
WebMD reports there are actually quite a variety of flowers out there that allergy sufferers can live in harmony with. Begonia, cactus, clematis, columbine, crocus, daffodil and geranium are some of the most allergy-friendly plants and flowers.