Here is some info about carrot allergies:http://www.netwellness.org/question.cfm/40415.htm
Allergies to carrots are most common in Europe, where up to 25 percent of people with a food allergy avoid carrots.http://scienceline.org/2006/10/15/ask-phillips-carrots/
Celery, apples, mugwort, certain spices and birch pollen, PARSLEY family (carrot, celery, dill, anise, cumin, coriander, cilantro, fennel, anise, caraway), potato, lettuce, cucumber, watermelon, pear, cherry, apricot, mango, hazelnut, paprika, curry and pepper are all related foods.http://ezinearticles.com/?Food-Aller...lens&id=306107http://www.calgaryallergy.ca/Article...od_Allergy.htmhttp://www.uptodate.com/patients/content/abstract.do?topicKey=~UUWaDXN2tJJvq&refNum=28
Individuals with birch allergy can cross react with apples, pears, almonds, peaches, apricots, cherries, plums, nectarines, prunes, kiwi, carrots, celery, fennel, parsley, coriander, parsnips, peppers, and potatoes. Hazel nuts, almonds and walnuts are also associated.
Alder pollen allergy cross reacts with celery, pears, apples, almonds, cherries, hazel nuts, peaches, and parsley.
The foods known to cross react with ragweed pollen are watermelon, cantaloupe, honey dew, zucchini, banana and cucumber. Even dandelions or chamomile tea can cause a reaction because they belong to the same plant family.
Grass pollens allergies may cross react with melons, tomatoes and oranges.
Mugwort pollen allergy is associated with celery, fennel,carrots, parsley, coriander, sunflower and peppers.http://www.food-allergens.de/symposi...-allergens.htmhttp://www.allallergy.net/fapaidfind.cfm?cdeoc=255http://books.google.com/books?id=1p7...um=1&ct=result
I would get an EpiPen ASAP and start classical homeopathy. Also, keep benedryl (perhaps, steroids), and vit C on hand at all times. I would consider allergen immunotherapy due to the degree of allergen cross-reactivity risks. And I'd do serious gut healing measures such as probiotics, CLO, CO, magnesium, bone broths, zinc, selenium, etc.
This sounds seriously difficult.