Ground cumin seed and cumin seeds are mostly used for seasoning, to flavour foods. As per the medical experts, cumin allergy is uncommon but in rare cases are seen developed in kids and older adults. As cumin is a member of parsley family, it is often linked with the allergies to celery, carrot, dill, anise, and those suffering from pollen allergens.
A specialist in medicine specifically educated to deal with and regulate the well being of a subject over allergies such as asthma and other allergies is known as an immunologist or more commonly, an allergist.
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