What are symptoms of a tea allergy?

What are symptoms of a tea allergy?

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  1. As I wrote in one of my answers, I’m not a doctor, but I think, I can find everything on Internet, so.
    Symptoms of an allergic reaction to black tea can include:
    Hives or itchy red skin
    Eye irritation and tearing
    Runny nose
    Sneezing
    Difficulty breathing
    Upset stomach
    Diarrhea
    Tingling in the mouth
    Swelling of the throat or asthma
    Source: Black Tea Allergy Test | Black Tea Allergies
    Green tea allergy is not considered common, but according to Drugs.com, green tea may cause an allergic reaction that could be life-threatening. If you experience any negative side effects after consuming a product containing green tea, discontinue use and talk with your doctor. Most green tea allergy symptoms are similar to those of other food allergies and are the result of an overreaction of the immune system to compounds found in green tea. The body mistakes the compounds as harmful substances and attempts to fight them by producing IgE antibodies and histamine.

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  2. Black tea is made from camellia sinesis plant.
    Here i mention some important symptoms :
    1)Overactive Bladder
    2)Brittle Bones
    3)High Blood pressure
    4) Glaucoma
    5)Diarrhea

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  3. Tea allergy may cause skin itching, sneezing, diarrhea, vomiting and other symptoms, which may be caused by decreased immunity. It is recommended that you do not continue to drink tea if you are allergic.
    Eat more fresh fruits and vegetables, add vitamins, eat more protein-rich foods, such as milk, beans, beef, mutton, etc., take part in outdoor exercises to increase immunity.
    This may slowly reduce the allergy to tea, then you can try to drink less tea.

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  4. It depends on which type of tea you are drinking
    Allergy symptoms for black tea are:
    *Hives or itchy red skin
    *Eye irritation
    *upset stomach
    *Difficulty in breathing
    *runny nose or sneezing
    *swelling in throat or asthma
    *Tingling in mouth
    Its better to consult a doctor if you get these symptoms

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  5. Skin problems such as hives , eczema , rashes , acne , severe itching .
    Headaches or migraines .
    Anxiety and panic attacks .
    Can’t focus or concentrate.
    Tongue, glands , or throat swelling.
    Heart racing or palpitations .
    Angry , irritable , bad mood.
    Fatigue .

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