San Antonians with allergies are suffering from "cedar fever" lately. This time of year brings high levels of pollen in the air from the Ashe juniper tree, also known as mountain cedar. Today's level of mountain cedar pollen in the air was categorized as "very high." Allergic symptoms include runny nose, sneezing, congestion, and irritated, itchy eyes. Over-the-counter antihistamines are probably your best bet. According to RediClinic, managing Cedar Fever can be as simple as visiting a local clinic, where a clinician can diagnose and provide appropriate treatments, such as allergy medications and steroid injections, to relieve symptoms. A clinician can also help recommend a variety of over-the-counter antihistamines that can significantly reduce your Cedar Fever symptoms.