Late spring is an excellent time of year to sharpen our tree identification skills. It’s also a time of year when pollen counts are high.
If there’s one thing that will stop us from learning trees, it’s seasonal allergies.
Tree identification isn’t so fun when a runny nose and itchy eyes are part of the deal.
I count myself as someone who could let allergies ruin my outdoor experiences, as I am predisposed to having all the standard symptoms when pollen (specifically tree pollen) is airborne.
Fortunately, I’ve figured out how to drastically reduce allergy symptoms over the years by researching the topic heavily and by implementing several key steps consistently. As it turns out, few of these steps are recommended by professionals.
If you’re interested in learning my 4-part strategy for treating seasonal allergies naturally, check out the video!