Abachi Wood DustA tree found in west africa
Acaciaa tree or shrub of warm climates which bears spikes or clusters of yellow or white flowers and is typically thorny
Alder (Alnus glutinosa)A tree of the beech genus.
Alpha AmylaseEnzyme that can be found in bread crusts and crusty rolls
Alternaria alternataAlternaria alternata is a fungus which has been recorded causing leaf spot and other diseases on over 380 host species of plant
American beechSpecies of tree
AmpicilloylUsed in penicillin based drugs.
AnisakisA parasitic worm found in fish.
Apple treeTrees that produce fruits
Artemisia SalinaFish food
AscarisA round worm parasite This does not indicate that the parasite is in the body - it means that if the body were to come into contact with it pronounced symptoms would be noticed
Ash (Frqxinus excelsior)Known as the ash, or European ash or common ash to distinguish it from other types of ash
Aspen (Populus tremula)Tree native to Europe and Asia
Aspergillus FumigatusFungus that is widespread in nature, typically found in soil and decaying organic matter such as compost heaps.
Aspergillus NigerBlack mould that appears on fruit, vegetables and nuts.
AsterA type of flower.


Bahia GrassType of grass
Barley (Hordeum vulgare)A major cultivated cereal grain. Often in beer.
Beech (Fagus silvatica)A deciduous tree belonging to the beech family. Known as common beech or European beech tree.
Berlin beetlecommonly found in warehouses, farm granaries, flour mills and food-packaging plants. From the food-packaging plants, the Berlin beetle may be transported to homes and infest food materials
Bermuda grassA creeping grass found in warmer climates
Birch pollenA thin leaved, hardwood tree
Blackberry bushThis intolerance refers to the pollens and spores given from the plant
Blomia tropicalisType of storage mite
Blood wormFisherman's Bait
Blue VetchSpecies of wild flower
BlueberryA small sweet fruit. Often blue or black in colour. This intolerance refers to the pollen given from the plant
Botrytis cinera Is a necrotrophic fungus that affects many plant species, although its most notable hosts may be wine grapes
BovinesAn animal of the cattle group, which also includes buffaloes and bison.
Box elderType of tree
Brome grassType of grass
BromelinAn enzyme. It occurs naturally in pineapple
BuckwheatThis refers to the pollens and spores given from the plant
BudgerigarsSmall bird, often kept as a pet
Budgie droppingsFaeces and urine from this animal.
BumblebeeThe Bumblebee is a widely distributed social insect know for its ability to collect nectar from flowers and pollinate plants
Bermuda grassIt is a long-lived, warm season perennial that spreads by rhizomes, stolons, and seed
ButtercupSmall flower with shiny yellow petals.
CanariesSmall species of bird, most commonly yellow in colour.
CarambolaThe carambola is a tropical and subtropical fruit which can be grown at elevations up to 1,200 metres
Cat danderDander is an informal term for a material shed from the body of various animals, including humans, which have fur, hair, or feathers
Cat serum albuminAlbumins are multifunctional proteins present in the blood serum of animals
CatsSmall species of bird, most commonly yellow in colour.
CedarType of tree
Cephalosporium acremoniumType of fungus
Chaetomium globosumIt is a saprophytic fungus that primarily resides on plants, soil, straw, and dung
Chamomile (Matricaria chamomilla)Plant, often used for medicinal purposes. Very often used to make a tea.
Cherry treeTree which produces the fruit
Chicken DroppingsFaeces and urine from this animal.
Chicken FeathersFeathers from the chicken species of bird.
Chinchilla EpitheliumSkin / Tissue from chinchilla's
ChlorineTypically used as an antiseptic. Used to treat swimming pools
Chrysanthemum (C.morifolium)A perennial plant.
Cladosporium herbarumCladosporium is a genus of fungi including some of the most common indoor and outdoor molds. Species produce olive-green to brown or black colonies, and have dark-pigmented conidia that are formed in simple or branching chains
Clover (Triofolium spp.)A flower usually found in fields and dry pastures
Cochineal extractUsed for colouring foods red
CockroachCockroaches have flat, oval-shaped bodies
Cocksfoot grassesCocksfoot is a tall perennial grass with stout one-sided clumped flower/seed heads whose resemblance to a cock's foot gives it its name
Colonial bent grass (Agrostis tenuis)Grass that grows in moistlands and grasslands.
Common milletMillets are a group of highly variable small-seeded grasses, widely grown around the world as cereal crops or grains for fodder and human food
Common ragweedType of plant
Common reedThe extensive, yellow-brown reedbeds that are formed by stands of Common Reed are a familiar sight of wetlands across the UK
Common waspVespula vulgaris, known as the common wasp, is a wasp found in various regions of the world including the United Kingdom, Germany, India, China, New Zealand, and Australia


ConalbuminProtein found in egg white
CottonA soft white fibrous substance which surrounds the seeds of the cotton plant and is made into textile fibre and thread for sewing.
Cotton seedThe seed from the cotton plant
CottonwoodType of plant
Cow danderDander is an informal term for a material shed from the body of various animals, including humans, which have fur, hair, or feathers
Currant bushPlant which produces small currants - both red and black
Curvularea lunataCurvularia is a hyphomycete (mold) fungus which is a facultative pathogen of many plant species and common in soil.
Dahlia (Dahlia hybrida)Dahlia is a genus of bushy, tuberous, herbaceous perennial plants native to Mexico.
Dandelion (Taraxum duplidens)A weed of the daisy flower. Known for its big, yellow flower.
DaphniaFish food
Dead nettleFlowering plant
Deer EpitheliumEpithelium is skin or cells.
Disinfectant agentsantimicrobial agents that are applied to the surface of non-living objects to destroy microorganisms that are living on the objects.
Dock (Rumex acetosa)Common garden weed. Also known as sorrel or rumex.
Dog danderDander is an informal term for a material shed from the body of various animals, including humans, which have fur, hair, or feathers
Dog EpitheliumSkin / Tissue from dogs
Dog Serum AlbuminFrom contact with the animal.
DogsCommon household pet
Douglas firType of tree, similar to a xmas tree
Downy birch (Betula verrico)Downy birch is a deciduous broadleaf tree native to the UK
Duck feathersFeathers from the bird.
DustConsists of particles from the atmosphere and environment, such as soil.
Echinococcushe genus Echinococcus includes six parasite species of cyclophyllid tapeworms to date, of the family Taeniidae.
Elder (Sambucus nigra)The plant that produces the elderberry.
Elm (Ulmus glabra)The most common of the Elm tree family
English PlantainThis herbaceous perennial plant consists of a rosette of basal leaves and one or more flowering stalks.
Epicoccum purpurascensEpicoccum is a secondary decomposer of plants, soil, paper and textiles. It is very common on dying substrates
Ethylene Oxideused as a fumigant in certain agricultural products and as a sterilant for medical equipment and supplies
EucalyptusUsed for flavoring foods
European beechA running tree belonging to the birch family.
European hornetKnown as a wasp in the UK
European lime (Tilia europea)Generally known as the common lime (British Isles) or common linden
False acacia (Robinia pseudacacia)A species of tree
False Oat GrassFalse Oat-grass is a tall, fluffy-looking perennial of grasslands, roadside verges and disturbed grounds. 
False ragweedType of plant
Ferret EpitheliumEpithelium is skin or cells
Finch feathersFeathers from the bird.
Fire antFire ants thrive in warm temperatures and seek uninterrupted sunlight, avoiding shady, dark areas
Fireweed/Great willow herb (Epilobium angustifolium)Commonly known in North America as fireweed, in some parts of Canada as great willowherb, and in Britain as rosebay willowherb
FormaldehydeA gas used in making Building materials & household products
Fox EpitheliumEpithelium is skin or cells.
Foxtail MilletType of plant
FungusIncluding moulds, mushrooms, and toadstools.
Fusariumfungal plant pathogen that causes Panama disease of banana 
GlutenGluten. Present in wheat and rye.
GoatsDomesticated animal
Golden hamstersSmall animal, often kept as a pet.
Goldenrod (Solidago virgaurea)Solidago virgaurea is an herbaceous perennial plant of the family Asteraceae
Goose feathersFeathers from this species of bird. Often used in household furniture.
Grain WeevilThe wheat weevil (Sitophilus granarius), also known as the grain weevil or granary weevil, occurs all over the world and is a common pest in many places
Green nimitti flyTiny fly , also known as a midge
Guinea pigsSmall mammal often kept as a pet.
Hamster EpitheliumEpithelium is skin or cells.
Hawthorn (Crataegus spp.)Trees that produce small white-pink flowers and red berries
Hazel (Corylus avellana)The common hazel tree
Hexahydrophthalic anhydridemainly used as a hardener for epoxy resins and as intermediate for plasticizers, specialty resins, insect repellents and rust inhibitors
Hop (Humulus lupulus)A flowering plant - used for beer production
Hornbeam (Carpinus betulus)A hardwood tree
Horse Bot FlyType of fly which very often causes irritation to horses.
Horse chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum)Aesculus hippocastanum is a species of flowering plant in the soapberry and lychee family Sapindaceae.
Horse danderDander is an informal term for a material shed from the body of various animals, including humans, which have fur, hair, or feathers
Horse serum proteinsProteins present in the blood serum of animals
House DustUsualy the mites in dust set of allergies . A house does not need to be visibly dirty to trigger a dust mite allergy reaction. The particles are too tiny to be seen and often cannot be removed using normal cleaning procedures. In fact, a vigorous cleaning can make an allergic person's symptoms worse
House Dust MiteOne of the biggest causes of allergies, lives in soft furnishings, mattresses, pillows, carpets etc.
Hyacinth (Endymion non scriptus)Hyacinthus is a small genus of bulbous, fragrant flowering plants
IsocyanateChemical used in foams, fibers,paints,varnishes
IsphagulaDietary fibre
Italian cypressType of tree
Japanese CedarA tree.
Japanese MilletA grass.
Jasmine (Philadelphus spp.)Plant with white flowers and strong fragrance
Johnson grassType of grass
Juniper bushThe plant which produces the juniper berry. Distinctive fragrance unlike most bushes.
Kammgras (Cynosurus cristatus)Also known as crested dog's tail - characterised by a seed head that is flat on one side
Kentucky bluegrass (Poa pratensis)Common, smooth meadow grass.
Laburnum (Laburnum anagyroides)Laburnum anagyroides, the common laburnum, golden chain or golden rain, is a species in the subfamily Faboideae, and genus Laburnum.
Larcha coniferous tree with bunches of deciduous bright green needles, found in cool regions of the northern hemisphere. It is grown for its tough resin (which yields turpentine).
LatexA synthetic material mostly made up of rubber particles
LeatherMaterial made from the skin of an animal by tanning or other similar process.
Lilac (Syringa vulgaris)A violet coloured flower
Linden TreeAlso known as lime tree.
London PlaneType of tree 
Lupine (Lupinus polyphyllus)Lupinus polyphyllus is a species of lupine native to western North America from southern Alaska and British Columbia east to Quebec
LycopodiumType of plant
LycraA stretchy synthetic fabric
LysozymeAn enzyme which catalyses the destruction of the cell walls of certain bacteria, and occurs notably in tears and egg white.
Maize (Zea mays)A plant - known also as corn.
Maleic anhydrideIt is produced industrially on a large scale for applications in coatings and polymers
Maple (Acer sepp.)A type of tree
Marguerite (Leucanthemum vulgare)A type of daisy flower. Also known as the Oxeye daisy.
Meadow fescue (Festuca pratensis)Tall, loosely tuffed grass with long flat leaves.
Meadow fox tail (Alopecurus prat.)A common type of grass
Meadow GrassAnnual meadow-grass is an annual or short-term perennial grass found on arable land, grassland, trackways and in gardens. It is a pioneer species in disturbed habitats and is common throughout the UK.
MelaleucaMelaleuca plants are generally found in open forest, woodland or shrubland, particularly along watercourses and the edges of swamps
Melde (Artiplex spp.)A bush type plant. Also known as saltbush.
MesquiteMesquite is a common name for several plants in the genus Prosopis, which contains over 40 species of small leguminous trees
Methyltetrahydrophthalic AnhydrideIs a curing agent for Epoxy resins; used in epoxy paints and adhesives
MiceA small rodent, characterised by small pointy nose and small rounded ears.
Micropolyspora faeniMicropolyspora is a defunct genus of bacteria within family Nocardiaceae
Mink EpitheliumEpithelium is skin or cells.
MisteltoeCommon name for the plant which produces small white berries. Traditionally used to decorate the house during the festive period.
Mixed cagebirdsMultiple cage birs including parakeets , finches , budgies etc
Mixed Feathersplease check http://www.phadia.com and use the search bar
Mixed grass pollensplease check http://www.phadia.com and use the search bar
Mixed mouldsplease check http://www.phadia.com and use the search bar
Mixed nutsplease check http://www.phadia.com and use the search bar
Mixed spiceplease check https://www.thermofisher.com/order/catalog/product/14429701
Mixed Tree Pollensplease  check http://www.phadia.com and use the search bar
Mixed weed pollensPollen from grasses, weeds or trees can trigger symptoms of allergic rhinitis (commonly known as hay fever) and asthma
MothNocturnal insect with large wings.
Mountain juniperType of tree
Mouse EpitheliumEpithelium is skin or cells
Mouse Urine ProteinsFrom contact with the animal's urine.
Mucor racemosusMucor racemosus is a rapidly growing, weedy mould belonging to the phylum, Zygomycota
Mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris)Aromatic plant. Occasionally used in food and beer.
MulberrySmall tree which bears dark purple fruit.
Narcissus (Narcissus spp.)A genus of predominantly spring perennial plants.
New Belgian Aster (aster novi belgii)A species of daisy
NylonA tough, lightweight, elastic synthetic polymer with a protein-like chemical structure
Oak (Quercus robur)Large tree. Native to Europe.
Oats (Avena sativa)The common oat - a cultivated cereal grain, also known as general oats.
OvalbuminOvalbumin is the main protein found in egg white, making up approximately 55% of the total protein
OvomucoidOvomucoid is a protein found in egg whites
Orchard grass (Dactylis glomerata)Also known as cocksfoot grass.
Paper waspPaper wasps feed on nectar and other insects, including caterpillars, flies, and beetle larvae. 
Parrot FeathersFeathers from the parrot species of bird.
Pear treeType of tree which produces the fruit
PenicillioylIntolerance to Penicillin. The major allergenic determinant in penicillin allergy
Pepper TreeIts piquant fruits, often called “pink peppercorns,” are sometimes used in beverages and medicines because of their hot taste and aroma
Perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne)Also known as English ryegrass.
Perennial ryegrass (Lolium)
Phoma betaeType of mold
Phthalic anhydrideOne of the main uses of phthalic anhydride is the production of “phthalate” plasticizers such as Vestinol 9 DINP (DiIsoNonyl Phthalate) which are used to produce flexible PVC (Vinyl) products
Pigeon DroppingsFaeces and urine from this animal.
Pigeon feathersFeathers from this species of bird
PigeonsA small species of bird, known to populate urban areas.
Pigweed (Chenopodium album)A plant of the amaranth family.
Pine (Pinus spp.)A conifer tree
Pityrosporum orbiculareyeast fungus
Plane tree (Platanus acerifolia)A tall tree. Actually a hybrid tree.
Plantain (Plantago major)Common plant. Known for its broad, shell shaped leaf.
Pollens and moulds(m3,m6,g15,g12) please check http://www.phadia.com and use the search bar
Poplar (Populus spp.)Deciduous flowering tree
Primrose (Primulus)A widely spread woodland flower
Privet (Ligustrum spp.)Heavily scented shrub with poisonous black berries.
Qack grass (Agropyron repens)Very common perennial grass. Also known as couch grass.
Rabbit serum proteinsSerum proteins are those proteins remaining in portion of plasma after coagulation of blood, during which process the plasma protein fibrinogen is converted to fibrin
Rabbit Urine ProteinsFrom contact with the animal's urine.
RabbitsSmall plant eating animal.
Ragweed (Ambrosia elatior)A plant. A major cause of hay-fever.
Rape (Brassica napus)Plant harvested for its seeds. Yellow when flowering.
RatsRodent, commonly known as a pest in urban environments.
Red fescue (Festuca rubra)Common, tall grass - red in colour
RedtopType of grass
Rhizopus nigricanscommonly known as black bread mold
Ribwort (Plantago lanceolata)Common weed also known as Lamb's tongue.
Rose (Rosa spp.)A rose is a woody perennial flowering plant of the genus Rosa
Rough marshelderType of plant
rPhl p2Type of pollen more info http://www.phadia.com/en/Products/Allergy-testing-products/ImmunoCAP-Allergen-Information/Grass-Pollens/
RubberA tough elastic polymeric substance made from the latex of a tropical plant or synthetically.
Russian ThistleRussian thistle is a large and bushy noxious annual broadleaf plant
RyeA grass grown extensively as a grain. This intolerance refers to the pollens and spores given from the plant
Salt grassType of grass
SavinaseEnzyme found in detergent
Scotch heather (Calluna vulgaris)An evergreen plant.
Sheep’s woolTextile fibre obtained from sheep.
Silk wasteSilk waste includes all kinds of raw silk which may be unwindable, and therefore unsuited to the throwing process
SpeltA type of wheat, also known as dinkel wheat.
Spruce (Picea abies)A coniferous evergreen tree
Stachybotrys atraFungus found in damp and mold
Stemphylium botryosumA mold very common in temperate and sub tropical regions and found on a wide range of host plants
Stinging nettle (Urtica dioica)A plant, that if touched stings the skin.
Storage MiteLinked to house dust mite normally found in more agricultural surroundings.
StrawberryEdible, sweet fruit. Red with seed studded skin. This intolerance refers to the strawberry plant and its pollen
Sweet gumType of tree
Sweet vernal grass (Anthoxanthum odoratum)Sweet scented grass. Grown in meadows as hay grass.
Swine Urine ProteinsCan cause Swine Breeder's Lung
Tabacco LeafDried tobacco leaves are mainly used for smoking in cigarettes, cigars, pipe tobacco, and flavored shisha tobacco.
Tall oat grass (Arrhenaterium elatius)Tall grass found meadows
Tamarisk (Myrica sp.)Species of flowering plant.
Tansy ragwort (Senecio jacobaea)Grows in woodlands and dry open places, yellow flowers.
Thermoactinomyces vulgarisType of bacteria
ThistleCommon name of a group of flowering plants characterised by leaves with sharp prickles on the margins - usually purple in colour.
Timothy grass (Phleum pratense)A grass widely grown in the UK, thought to be a trigger of asthma.
Tobacco leafLeaf of the tobacco plant.
TragacanthTragacanth is a plant. The sap-like material (resin) of the plant is used to make medicine. Tragacanth is used both for diarrhea and constipation. It is also an ingredient in toothpastes, hand lotions, denture adhesives, and vaginal creams and jellies
Trespe (Bromus mollis)Tall common grass. Known for its spiky and seedy top.
TricophytonA genus of pathogenic fungi causing dermatophytosis in humans and animals
Trichosporon pullulansFungi found in soil
Trichophyton rubrumis a dermatophytic fungus in the phylum Ascomycota, class Euascomycetes. It is an exclusively clonal, anthropophilic saprotroph that colonizes the upper layers of dead skin, and is the most common cause of athlete's foot, fungal infection of nail, jock itch, and ringworm worldwide.
Trimellitic anhydrideTrimellitic anhydride chloride is a chemical compound used to produce polyamide-imide plastic.
TulipThe tulip is a Eurasian and North African genus of perennial, bulbous plants in the lily family
Turkey feathersFeathers from the bird.
Ustilago nudaDieseas that effects crops of barley
VelvetA woven fabric known for it's distinctive soft feel
Velvet grass (Holcus lanatus)A tall grass.


Wallflower (Cheiranthus cheiri)A widely cultivated flowering plant.
WalnutThis intolerance refers to the pollens and spores given from the plant
Water reed (Phragmites communis)A tall grass found in reed beds.
Wheat (Triticum aestivum)A cereal grain, grown in fields. This intolerance refers to the pollen and spores give off from the plant. The grain can still be eaten.
White faced hornetType of wasp
White PineThe white pine is a large, straight-stemmed tree with a pyramidal crown
Wild oat (Avena fatua)A species of grass from the oat family.
Wild rye grassElymus canadensis is a species of wild rye known by the common name Canada wild rye. This grass is native to much of North America, being most abundant in the central plains and Great Plains
WillowType of tree.
WoolThe fine, soft curly or wavy hair forming the coat of a sheep, goat, or similar animal, especially when shorn and prepared for use in making c
Wormwood (Artemisia absinthium)A plant and herb. Use
Abachi Wood DustA tree found in west africa
Acaciaa tree or shrub of warm climates which bears spikes or clusters of yellow or white flowers and is typically thorny
Alder (Alnus glutinosa)A tree of the beech genus.
Alpha AmylaseEnzyme that can be found in bread crusts and crusty rolls
Alternaria alternataAlternaria alternata is a fungus which has been recorded causing leaf spot and other diseases on over 380 host species of plant
American beechSpecies of tree
AmpicilloylUsed in penicillin based drugs.
AnisakisA parasitic worm found in fish.
Apple treeTrees that produce fruits
Artemisia SalinaFish food
AscarisA round worm parasite This does not indicate that the parasite is in the body - it means that if the body were to come into contact with it pronounced symptoms would be noticed
Ash (Frqxinus excelsior)Known as the ash, or European ash or common ash to distinguish it from other types of ash
Aspen (Populus tremula)Tree native to Europe and Asia
Aspergillus FumigatusFungus that is widespread in nature, typically found in soil and decaying organic matter such as compost heaps.
Aspergillus NigerBlack mould that appears on fruit, vegetables and nuts.
AsterA type of flower.


Bahia GrassType of grass
Barley (Hordeum vulgare)A major cultivated cereal grain. Often in beer.
Beech (Fagus silvatica)A deciduous tree belonging to the beech family. Known as common beech or European beech tree.
Berlin beetlecommonly found in warehouses, farm granaries, flour mills and food-packaging plants. From the food-packaging plants, the Berlin beetle may be transported to homes and infest food materials
Bermuda grassA creeping grass found in warmer climates
Birch pollenA thin leaved, hardwood tree
Blackberry bushThis intolerance refers to the pollens and spores given from the plant
Blomia tropicalisType of storage mite
Blood wormFisherman's Bait
Blue VetchSpecies of wild flower
BlueberryA small sweet fruit. Often blue or black in colour. This intolerance refers to the pollen given from the plant
Botrytis cinera Is a necrotrophic fungus that affects many plant species, although its most notable hosts may be wine grapes
BovinesAn animal of the cattle group, which also includes buffaloes and bison.
Box elderType of tree
Brome grassType of grass
BromelinAn enzyme. It occurs naturally in pineapple
BuckwheatThis refers to the pollens and spores given from the plant
BudgerigarsSmall bird, often kept as a pet
Budgie droppingsFaeces and urine from this animal.
BumblebeeThe Bumblebee is a widely distributed social insect know for its ability to collect nectar from flowers and pollinate plants
Bermuda grassIt is a long-lived, warm season perennial that spreads by rhizomes, stolons, and seed
ButtercupSmall flower with shiny yellow petals.
CanariesSmall species of bird, most commonly yellow in colour.
CarambolaThe carambola is a tropical and subtropical fruit which can be grown at elevations up to 1,200 metres
Cat danderDander is an informal term for a material shed from the body of various animals, including humans, which have fur, hair, or feathers
Cat serum albuminAlbumins are multifunctional proteins present in the blood serum of animals
CatsSmall species of bird, most commonly yellow in colour.
CedarType of tree
Cephalosporium acremoniumType of fungus
Chaetomium globosumIt is a saprophytic fungus that primarily resides on plants, soil, straw, and dung
Chamomile (Matricaria chamomilla)Plant, often used for medicinal purposes. Very often used to make a tea.
Cherry treeTree which produces the fruit
Chicken DroppingsFaeces and urine from this animal.
Chicken FeathersFeathers from the chicken species of bird.
Chinchilla EpitheliumSkin / Tissue from chinchilla's
ChlorineTypically used as an antiseptic. Used to treat swimming pools
Chrysanthemum (C.morifolium)A perennial plant.
Cladosporium herbarumCladosporium is a genus of fungi including some of the most common indoor and outdoor molds. Species produce olive-green to brown or black colonies, and have dark-pigmented conidia that are formed in simple or branching chains
Clover (Triofolium spp.)A flower usually found in fields and dry pastures
Cochineal extractUsed for colouring foods red
CockroachCockroaches have flat, oval-shaped bodies
Cocksfoot grassesCocksfoot is a tall perennial grass with stout one-sided clumped flower/seed heads whose resemblance to a cock's foot gives it its name
Colonial bent grass (Agrostis tenuis)Grass that grows in moistlands and grasslands.
Common milletMillets are a group of highly variable small-seeded grasses, widely grown around the world as cereal crops or grains for fodder and human food
Common ragweedType of plant
Common reedThe extensive, yellow-brown reedbeds that are formed by stands of Common Reed are a familiar sight of wetlands across the UK
Common waspVespula vulgaris, known as the common wasp, is a wasp found in various regions of the world including the United Kingdom, Germany, India, China, New Zealand, and Australia


ConalbuminProtein found in egg white
CottonA soft white fibrous substance which surrounds the seeds of the cotton plant and is made into textile fibre and thread for sewing.
Cotton seedThe seed from the cotton plant
CottonwoodType of plant
Cow danderDander is an informal term for a material shed from the body of various animals, including humans, which have fur, hair, or feathers
Currant bushPlant which produces small currants - both red and black
Curvularea lunataCurvularia is a hyphomycete (mold) fungus which is a facultative pathogen of many plant species and common in soil.
Dahlia (Dahlia hybrida)Dahlia is a genus of bushy, tuberous, herbaceous perennial plants native to Mexico.
Dandelion (Taraxum duplidens)A weed of the daisy flower. Known for its big, yellow flower.
DaphniaFish food
Dead nettleFlowering plant
Deer EpitheliumEpithelium is skin or cells.
Disinfectant agentsantimicrobial agents that are applied to the surface of non-living objects to destroy microorganisms that are living on the objects.
Dock (Rumex acetosa)Common garden weed. Also known as sorrel or rumex.
Dog danderDander is an informal term for a material shed from the body of various animals, including humans, which have fur, hair, or feathers
Dog EpitheliumSkin / Tissue from dogs
Dog Serum AlbuminFrom contact with the animal.
DogsCommon household pet
Douglas firType of tree, similar to a xmas tree
Downy birch (Betula verrico)Downy birch is a deciduous broadleaf tree native to the UK
Duck feathersFeathers from the bird.
DustConsists of particles from the atmosphere and environment, such as soil.
Echinococcushe genus Echinococcus includes six parasite species of cyclophyllid tapeworms to date, of the family Taeniidae.
Elder (Sambucus nigra)The plant that produces the elderberry.
Elm (Ulmus glabra)The most common of the Elm tree family
English PlantainThis herbaceous perennial plant consists of a rosette of basal leaves and one or more flowering stalks.
Epicoccum purpurascensEpicoccum is a secondary decomposer of plants, soil, paper and textiles. It is very common on dying substrates
Ethylene Oxideused as a fumigant in certain agricultural products and as a sterilant for medical equipment and supplies
EucalyptusUsed for flavoring foods
European beechA running tree belonging to the birch family.
European hornetKnown as a wasp in the UK
European lime (Tilia europea)Generally known as the common lime (British Isles) or common linden
False acacia (Robinia pseudacacia)A species of tree
False Oat GrassFalse Oat-grass is a tall, fluffy-looking perennial of grasslands, roadside verges and disturbed grounds. 
False ragweedType of plant
Ferret EpitheliumEpithelium is skin or cells
Finch feathersFeathers from the bird.
Fire antFire ants thrive in warm temperatures and seek uninterrupted sunlight, avoiding shady, dark areas
Fireweed/Great willow herb (Epilobium angustifolium)Commonly known in North America as fireweed, in some parts of Canada as great willowherb, and in Britain as rosebay willowherb
FormaldehydeA gas used in making Building materials & household products
Fox EpitheliumEpithelium is skin or cells.
Foxtail MilletType of plant
FungusIncluding moulds, mushrooms, and toadstools.
Fusariumfungal plant pathogen that causes Panama disease of banana 
GlutenGluten. Present in wheat and rye.
GoatsDomesticated animal
Golden hamstersSmall animal, often kept as a pet.
Goldenrod (Solidago virgaurea)Solidago virgaurea is an herbaceous perennial plant of the family Asteraceae
Goose feathersFeathers from this species of bird. Often used in household furniture.
Grain WeevilThe wheat weevil (Sitophilus granarius), also known as the grain weevil or granary weevil, occurs all over the world and is a common pest in many places
Green nimitti flyTiny fly , also known as a midge
Guinea pigsSmall mammal often kept as a pet.
Hamster EpitheliumEpithelium is skin or cells.
Hawthorn (Crataegus spp.)Trees that produce small white-pink flowers and red berries
Hazel (Corylus avellana)The common hazel tree
Hexahydrophthalic anhydridemainly used as a hardener for epoxy resins and as intermediate for plasticizers, specialty resins, insect repellents and rust inhibitors
Hop (Humulus lupulus)A flowering plant - used for beer production
Hornbeam (Carpinus betulus)A hardwood tree
Horse Bot FlyType of fly which very often causes irritation to horses.
Horse chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum)Aesculus hippocastanum is a species of flowering plant in the soapberry and lychee family Sapindaceae.
Horse danderDander is an informal term for a material shed from the body of various animals, including humans, which have fur, hair, or feathers
Horse serum proteinsProteins present in the blood serum of animals
House DustUsualy the mites in dust set of allergies . A house does not need to be visibly dirty to trigger a dust mite allergy reaction. The particles are too tiny to be seen and often cannot be removed using normal cleaning procedures. In fact, a vigorous cleaning can make an allergic person's symptoms worse
House Dust MiteOne of the biggest causes of allergies, lives in soft furnishings, mattresses, pillows, carpets etc.
Hyacinth (Endymion non scriptus)Hyacinthus is a small genus of bulbous, fragrant flowering plants
IsocyanateChemical used in foams, fibers,paints,varnishes
IsphagulaDietary fibre
Italian cypressType of tree
Japanese CedarA tree.
Japanese MilletA grass.
Jasmine (Philadelphus spp.)Plant with white flowers and strong fragrance
Johnson grassType of grass
Juniper bushThe plant which produces the juniper berry. Distinctive fragrance unlike most bushes.
Kammgras (Cynosurus cristatus)Also known as crested dog's tail - characterised by a seed head that is flat on one side
Kentucky bluegrass (Poa pratensis)Common, smooth meadow grass.
Laburnum (Laburnum anagyroides)Laburnum anagyroides, the common laburnum, golden chain or golden rain, is a species in the subfamily Faboideae, and genus Laburnum.
Larcha coniferous tree with bunches of deciduous bright green needles, found in cool regions of the northern hemisphere. It is grown for its tough resin (which yields turpentine).
LatexA synthetic material mostly made up of rubber particles
LeatherMaterial made from the skin of an animal by tanning or other similar process.
Lilac (Syringa vulgaris)A violet coloured flower
Linden TreeAlso known as lime tree.
London PlaneType of tree 
Lupine (Lupinus polyphyllus)Lupinus polyphyllus is a species of lupine native to western North America from southern Alaska and British Columbia east to Quebec
LycopodiumType of plant
LycraA stretchy synthetic fabric
LysozymeAn enzyme which catalyses the destruction of the cell walls of certain bacteria, and occurs notably in tears and egg white.
Maize (Zea mays)A plant - known also as corn.
Maleic anhydrideIt is produced industrially on a large scale for applications in coatings and polymers
Maple (Acer sepp.)A type of tree
Marguerite (Leucanthemum vulgare)A type of daisy flower. Also known as the Oxeye daisy.
Meadow fescue (Festuca pratensis)Tall, loosely tuffed grass with long flat leaves.
Meadow fox tail (Alopecurus prat.)A common type of grass
Meadow GrassAnnual meadow-grass is an annual or short-term perennial grass found on arable land, grassland, trackways and in gardens. It is a pioneer species in disturbed habitats and is common throughout the UK.
MelaleucaMelaleuca plants are generally found in open forest, woodland or shrubland, particularly along watercourses and the edges of swamps
Melde (Artiplex spp.)A bush type plant. Also known as saltbush.
MesquiteMesquite is a common name for several plants in the genus Prosopis, which contains over 40 species of small leguminous trees
Methyltetrahydrophthalic AnhydrideIs a curing agent for Epoxy resins; used in epoxy paints and adhesives
MiceA small rodent, characterised by small pointy nose and small rounded ears.
Micropolyspora faeniMicropolyspora is a defunct genus of bacteria within family Nocardiaceae
Mink EpitheliumEpithelium is skin or cells.
MisteltoeCommon name for the plant which produces small white berries. Traditionally used to decorate the house during the festive period.
Mixed cagebirdsParakeet finch
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Mixed weed pollensPollen from grasses, weeds or trees can trigger symptoms of allergic rhinitis (commonly known as hay fever) and asthma
MothNocturnal insect with large wings.
Mountain juniperType of tree
Mouse EpitheliumEpithelium is skin or cells
Mouse Urine ProteinsFrom contact with the animal's urine.
Mucor racemosusMucor racemosus is a rapidly growing, weedy mould belonging to the phylum, Zygomycota
Mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris)Aromatic plant. Occasionally used in food and beer.
MulberrySmall tree which bears dark purple fruit.
Narcissus (Narcissus spp.)A genus of predominantly spring perennial plants.
New Belgian Aster (aster novi belgii)A species of daisy
NylonA tough, lightweight, elastic synthetic polymer with a protein-like chemical structure
Oak (Quercus robur)Large tree. Native to Europe.
Oats (Avena sativa)The common oat - a cultivated cereal grain, also known as general oats.
OvalbuminOvalbumin is the main protein found in egg white, making up approximately 55% of the total protein
OvomucoidOvomucoid is a protein found in egg whites
Orchard grass (Dactylis glomerata)Also known as cocksfoot grass.
Paper waspPaper wasps feed on nectar and other insects, including caterpillars, flies, and beetle larvae. 
Parrot FeathersFeathers from the parrot species of bird.
Pear treeType of tree which produces the fruit
PenicillioylIntolerance to Penicillin. The major allergenic determinant in penicillin allergy
Pepper TreeIts piquant fruits, often called “pink peppercorns,” are sometimes used in beverages and medicines because of their hot taste and aroma
Perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne)Also known as English ryegrass.
Perennial ryegrass (Lolium)
Phoma betaeType of mold
Phthalic anhydrideOne of the main uses of phthalic anhydride is the production of “phthalate” plasticizers such as Vestinol 9 DINP (DiIsoNonyl Phthalate) which are used to produce flexible PVC (Vinyl) products
Pigeon DroppingsFaeces and urine from this animal.
Pigeon feathersFeathers from this species of bird
PigeonsA small species of bird, known to populate urban areas.
Pigweed (Chenopodium album)A plant of the amaranth family.
Pine (Pinus spp.)A conifer tree
Pityrosporum orbiculareyeast fungus
Plane tree (Platanus acerifolia)A tall tree. Actually a hybrid tree.
Plantain (Plantago major)Common plant. Known for its broad, shell shaped leaf.
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Poplar (Populus spp.)Deciduous flowering tree
Primrose (Primulus)A widely spread woodland flower
Privet (Ligustrum spp.)Heavily scented shrub with poisonous black berries.
Qack grass (Agropyron repens)Very common perennial grass. Also known as couch grass.
Rabbit serum proteinsSerum proteins are those proteins remaining in portion of plasma after coagulation of blood, during which process the plasma protein fibrinogen is converted to fibrin
Rabbit Urine ProteinsFrom contact with the animal's urine.
RabbitsSmall plant eating animal.
Ragweed (Ambrosia elatior)A plant. A major cause of hay-fever.
Rape (Brassica napus)Plant harvested for its seeds. Yellow when flowering.
RatsRodent, commonly known as a pest in urban environments.
Red fescue (Festuca rubra)Common, tall grass - red in colour
RedtopType of grass
Rhizopus nigricanscommonly known as black bread mold
Ribwort (Plantago lanceolata)Common weed also known as Lamb's tongue.
Rose (Rosa spp.)A rose is a woody perennial flowering plant of the genus Rosa
Rough marshelderType of plant
rPhl p2Type of pollen more info http://www.phadia.com/en/Products/Allergy-testing-products/ImmunoCAP-Allergen-Information/Grass-Pollens/
RubberA tough elastic polymeric substance made from the latex of a tropical plant or synthetically.
Russian ThistleRussian thistle is a large and bushy noxious annual broadleaf plant
RyeA grass grown extensively as a grain. This intolerance refers to the pollens and spores given from the plant
Salt grassType of grass
SavinaseEnzyme found in detergent
Scotch heather (Calluna vulgaris)An evergreen plant.
Sheep’s woolTextile fibre obtained from sheep.
Silk wasteSilk waste includes all kinds of raw silk which may be unwindable, and therefore unsuited to the throwing process
SpeltA type of wheat, also known as dinkel wheat.
Spruce (Picea abies)A coniferous evergreen tree
Stachybotrys atraFungus found in damp and mold
Stemphylium botryosumA mold very common in temperate and sub tropical regions and found on a wide range of host plants
Stinging nettle (Urtica dioica)A plant, that if touched stings the skin.
Storage MiteLinked to house dust mite normally found in more agricultural surroundings.
StrawberryEdible, sweet fruit. Red with seed studded skin. This intolerance refers to the strawberry plant and its pollen
Sweet gumType of tree
Sweet vernal grass (Anthoxanthum odoratum)Sweet scented grass. Grown in meadows as hay grass.
Swine Urine ProteinsCan cause Swine Breeder's Lung
Tabacco LeafDried tobacco leaves are mainly used for smoking in cigarettes, cigars, pipe tobacco, and flavored shisha tobacco.
Tall oat grass (Arrhenaterium elatius)Tall grass found meadows
Tamarisk (Myrica sp.)Species of flowering plant.
Tansy ragwort (Senecio jacobaea)Grows in woodlands and dry open places, yellow flowers.
Thermoactinomyces vulgarisType of bacteria
ThistleCommon name of a group of flowering plants characterised by leaves with sharp prickles on the margins - usually purple in colour.
Timothy grass (Phleum pratense)A grass widely grown in the UK, thought to be a trigger of asthma.
Tobacco leafLeaf of the tobacco plant.
TragacanthTragacanth is a plant. The sap-like material (resin) of the plant is used to make medicine. Tragacanth is used both for diarrhea and constipation. It is also an ingredient in toothpastes, hand lotions, denture adhesives, and vaginal creams and jellies
Trespe (Bromus mollis)Tall common grass. Known for its spiky and seedy top.
TricophytonA genus of pathogenic fungi causing dermatophytosis in humans and animals
Trichosporon pullulansFungi found in soil
Trichophyton rubrumis a dermatophytic fungus in the phylum Ascomycota, class Euascomycetes. It is an exclusively clonal, anthropophilic saprotroph that colonizes the upper layers of dead skin, and is the most common cause of athlete's foot, fungal infection of nail, jock itch, and ringworm worldwide.
Trimellitic anhydrideTrimellitic anhydride chloride is a chemical compound used to produce polyamide-imide plastic.
TulipThe tulip is a Eurasian and North African genus of perennial, bulbous plants in the lily family
Turkey feathersFeathers from the bird.
Ustilago nudaDieseas that effects crops of barley
VelvetA woven fabric known for it's distinctive soft feel
Velvet grass (Holcus lanatus)A tall grass.


Wallflower (Cheiranthus cheiri)A widely cultivated flowering plant.
WalnutThis intolerance refers to the pollens and spores given from the plant
Water reed (Phragmites communis)A tall grass found in reed beds.
Wheat (Triticum aestivum)A cereal grain, grown in fields. This intolerance refers to the pollen and spores give off from the plant. The grain can still be eaten.
White faced hornetType of wasp
White PineThe white pine is a large, straight-stemmed tree with a pyramidal crown
Wild oat (Avena fatua)A species of grass from the oat family.
Wild rye grassElymus canadensis is a species of wild rye known by the common name Canada wild rye. This grass is native to much of North America, being most abundant in the central plains and Great Plains
WillowType of tree.
WoolThe fine, soft curly or wavy hair forming the coat of a sheep, goat, or similar animal, especially when shorn and prepared for use in making c
Wormwood (Artemisia absinthium)A plant and herb. Use

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