Your Christmas Tree May Be Making You Sick!

By Melissa Moore on December 23, 2021
LONDON, ENGLAND – DECEMBER 08: A Christmas tree salesman arranges his stock at The Royal Hospital Chelsea on December 8, 2011 in London, England. Despite the UK’s uncertain economic outlook, sales in Christmas trees have been strong this year with some retailers reporting a 50% increase. (Photo by Oli Scarff/Getty Images)

Oh boy- something else to worry about – real Christmas trees.

Years ago I had a tick infestation in my house from a REAL tree.  Not good.  I now do all fake trees.

For those with allergies though – there is something called ‘Christmas Tree Syndrome’

The average real tree has 53 different types of mold on it.

Here are the symptoms of Christmas Tree Syndrome:

Coughing, wheezing, lethargy and insomnia. Other symptoms include fatigue, chest pains, sinus congestion, itchy nose and shortness of breath.

The only cure:  FAKE tree.

Sorry real tree lovers.

Merry Christmas!


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