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An estimated 50 million Americans and Canadians have allergies to airborne triggers that cause symptoms of hay fever. Another 17 million have symptoms of asthma. Airborne allergies occur when exposure to a particular antigen (such as pollen, mold spores or animal dander) triggers the immune system to produce antibodies that trigger the release of histamine and other inflammatory compounds from mast cells.
The bark of a rubber tree known as Ajebine (Funtumia elastica) growing in west Africa provides a potentially wonderful aid to fighting many common respiratory complaints.