Cedar Fever has Arrived

If you live in south-central Texas, you’re all too familiar with the term Cedar Fever. For those not familiar with the term, Cedar Fever is the Texas version of hay fever — except that a tree pollinating in the winter causes the symptoms. Mountain cedar, visitors care insurance or Juniperus ashei, is unusual in that the tree pollinates in the winter time, typically when no other significant pollens are present in the air.Most of these Juniper trees cross-react, meaning that if you’re allergic to one type of Juniper tree, you’re likely allergic to all of them. So, if you’re planning on a trip to South Texas this Holiday season, and you suffer from seasonal allergies, don’t forget to pack your box of Kleenex. You never know when Cedar Fever might strike!

Cedar Fever has Arrived