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Hence, a LD50 rating of 1.0 represents that 50% of the test animals died on a dosage of 1 gram per kilogram of body weight.If we consider ourselves to be large rodents, this would translate to 60 grams of a particular compound would be the likely lethal dose to an adult weighing 60 kilograms.I have personally been involved in the both the practice and the business of Aromatherapy since arriving in Australia in 1986.Having always approached the therapeutic use of essential oils from the "radical" French "Aromatic Medicine" perspective, I have long noted the many incongruous and exaggerated statements regarding essential oil toxicity.The vast majority of Aromatherapy books are written for the lay public.
Besides still lived in Los Angeles, but at a different address.Hence, dosages are kept extremely low and any essential oil that might be construed to have any possible negative effect, such as during pregnancy, is routinely advised to be best left alone.If we inspect such books, we also find that these publications, easily accessible to the public, are often used as "textbooks" in Aromatherapy practitioner training.By Ron Guba In the wide variety of Aromatherapy books and periodicals available today, we find many recommendations regarding the safe, therapeutic use of essential oils, often contradictory and seldom supported by either references, research or actual clinical experience.
In this presentation, I will explore the range of recommendations made and address the validity of each, especially addressing the underlying assumptions and reasons for these statements.
The most common test of potential human toxicity is that of the "LD50" test or the "median lethal dose".