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Dar V
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Thanks for your thoughts...I asked because I wasn't real sure what to think.
Plus I'm not prone to allergies, so it's hard for me to know what to say.
The best thing to do would be to always play it safe, I suppose, and not
drink it. Or if someone just wants to try, just try a bit and see what

"Daniel_B" > wrote in message
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>I have hayfever. Many years ago I made some dandelion wine. It needed 7
>cups of the yellow petals, no greens. My wife and I did the plucking in the
>kitchen. I was miserable, stuffed up and all, and she had to take over in
>the end. In the years that followed, whenever I drank the wine, I'd get a
>feeling, kinda heavy in the chest, just not right. I'm convinced it was the
> Dan.
> "Dar V" > wrote in message
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>> Hello,
>> My wine tasting get-together provided a bit more input than we all
>> thought. My friend Barb has allergies to outdoor pollens...anyway, she
>> had a small glass of my dandelion wine, and about 30 minutes later she
>> was sneezing and such. She has had my other wines before with no ill
>> effects. Needless we cut her off and she was better in a bit. Has anyone
>> else run into this? or are we just plain wrong to think this?
>> Curious in Wisconsin,
>> Darlene