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Mugwort is a plant that is often found in Asia and Europe. It can grow to be about four feet tall and has small, dark green leaves. The Mugwort plant is also known for its pretty flowers that range in color from white to pink. This plant is actually related to the Ragweed plant, and like Ragweed, Mugwort can cause allergies.
Mugwort pollen is one of the most common allergens in the world. In fact, Mugwort pollen is so small that it can easily be inhaled and cause allergies. Symptoms of Mugwort allergies include sneezing, runny nose, itchy eyes, and headaches. If you suffer from Mugwort allergies, it is important to avoid this plant and areas where it grows.
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