From the UK to Australia, some people are becoming allergic to the essential oils of some plants and flowers.
The most common allergy is a sensitivity to the herb honey and the tea, which is derived from a single plant.
The term “honey allergy” has gained popularity recently, and has been used to describe reactions to the tea that may be related to a specific reaction to the honey or ginger.
In the US, the US Food and Drug Administration has issued guidance for people who are allergic to any of the main honey-containing products.
The US FDA says that it is very unlikely that you are allergic, but that you may have a reaction that may cause a mild or more severe allergic reaction.
Honey allergy reactions are very rare.
In fact, it is rare for anyone to be allergic to two or more plants or flowers.
“The majority of allergic reactions are mild, which means that they are caused by one or a few different types of plant or flower,” said Dr James Cairns, from the Royal Botanic Gardens, in the UK.
“It may take anywhere from a couple of days to weeks for symptoms to appear.”
Hair loss, for example, is a common reaction in people with allergies.
If you experience any of these symptoms, please contact your GP or an allergy doctor.