Some essential oils, such as Cinnamon bark, Ylang-Ylang and Lemongrass, are more prone to causing allergic reactions than others. In most cases a single constituent (such as cinnamaldehyde in Cinnamon bark and citral in Lemongrass) is responsible. Dilution and risk are directly related.
If you experience seasonal allergies, these essential oils may help soothe your. your sinuses and reduce congestion, common symptoms of seasonal allergies.
Most essential oils are safe and free of adverse side effects when used properly.. and has caused severe jaundice in babies with G6PD deficiency (a common genetic. skin irritation, allergic reactions, or cross-sensitivity to essential oils.
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The most common food allergens are milk, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts (almonds,. First, because essential oil sensitivities are not true allergic reactions, other .