Journal of Allergy / 2015 / Article / Tab 1

Review Article

Oral Allergy Syndrome: An Update for Stomatologists

Table 1

Types of pollen and food associated with oral allergy syndrome.

PollenFruitVegetableNutsGrains

Birch Kiwi, apple, pear, plum, peach, nectarine, apricot, cherry, banana, fig, avocado, strawberry, dried plum, mangoCelery, carrot, parsnip, parsley, dill, cumin, cilantro, fennel, potato, tomato, pepper (green), chicoryHazelnut, almond,
walnut, peanut
Soybeans, wheat,
lentils, peas, beans

RagweedBanana, watermelon, melon, honey dew, cantaloupe Squash, pepper, cucumber,
artichoke, hibiscus, zucchini, chamomile tea
Sunflower seeds

WeedsMelon, watermelon, orange, kiwiTomato

WormwoodApple, watermelon, melonCelery, carrot, parsley, pepper, cilantro, fennel

Parietaria Cherry, melon

GrassFig, melon, orange, kiwi, watermelonTomato, potatoPeanut

Alder Apple, cherry, peach, pear, strawberry, raspberryCelery, parsley Hazelnut, almond,
walnut

Japanese cedarTomato

MugwortMangoCelery, carrot

Plane AppleLettuce, cornHazelnut, peanutChickpea

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