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What can be noted in many publications are statements that are based on the attitude that if an author does not know about the realities of the possible negative effects of an essential oil, then, if any possible negative effect might be noted, the invariable recommendation is to avoid the use of that essential oil or to use extremely low dosages.
To err on the side on caution may be considered laudable.
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.
Chronic (long term) toxic doses and dermal (high-dose topical applications) have also been studied with laboratory animals.
Toxic chronic doses are always less than the corresponding acute dose.
Over these past twelve years, through my involvement with various government and industry bodies, I have specifically focused on this topic of "essential oil toxicity" as one area of study, given the potential "poisons scheduling" of various essential oils by the Australian National Drugs and Poisons Scheduling Committee.
(4)In terms of the most common uses of essential oils in Aromatherapy, it is the acute LD50 dose that is most relevant in this consideration.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.As I have mentioned above, "Holistic" Aromatherapy training has not generally taken into account any in-depth training in either the chemistry or known pharmacology of essential oil compounds.As such, we can notice that many of the dosage recommendations and contraindications mentioned in Aromatherapy literature are based on an incomplete or limited understanding of the issues involved.
Practitioner training, even up to the present day, has tended to concentrate more on massage and other application methods, than on an in-depth understanding of essential oils from both the chemical/pharmacological viewpoint and their full history of use in traditional medicine. Maury also stated her own preference to avoid the more "medical" applications of essential oils, including internal use.