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Corn Smut Allergy Test

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About Our Corn Smut Allergy Test

Note: Fasting is not required for this test.

This IgE blood allergy test will determine if you are allergic to Corn Smut fungus spores.

Corn smut fungus replaces the normal kernels of the corn cobs with large distorted tumors. The fungus grows through the kernel and results in the formation of massive smut galls. The black spores developing in these tumors give the cob a burned, scorched appearance– hence the common name ‘smut’. The mold produces very large quantities of mold spores.


Traditional allergy tests utilize the Skin Prick method (also known as a Puncture or Scratch test) to determine whether an allergic reaction will occur by inserting possible triggers into your skin using a needle prick. If you are allergic to the substance, you are forced to suffer through your body's reaction to the allergen. HealthLabs.com offers an easier, virtually pain-free blood test to determine the allergen status of substances without the irritation of traditional skin prick tests.

  • No painful skin pricks
  • No fasting necessary
  • Accurate results within 1 to 2 days

Our quick blood test allows us to use your blood sample to test for allergic reactions externally, rather than causing unnecessary and painful reactions by introducing potential allergens to your system. Tests are administered in approximately 10 minutes or less at any of our 2,000+ nationwide locations. No appointments, no paperwork and no waiting are all part of what makes HealthLabs.com the best option for pain-free and hassle-free allergy testing.


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