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The vast majority of Aromatherapy books are written for the lay public.

In this regard, care is taken to recommend dosages and essential oils that will neither create negative reactions nor lawsuits.

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.Note: CEC For Life no longer maintains individual memberships for lay people.On the Feast of Our Lord the Giver of Life, each church will simply take up a one-time offering from the congregation.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.In this testing procedure, laboratory animals, usually rats, are given measured doses of compounds until approximately half of the test population die.The "median dosages" are then generally given in the ratio of grams of test compound per kilogram of bodyweight.This discipline relies on a greater understanding of the chemical structure and the pharmacological/toxicological effects of essential oils, to suggest safe dosage levels and contra-indications for use.I can therefore suggest that such dosage recommendations represent a more realistic view of the safe uses and potential toxicity of essential oils for all practitioners.Developing from the domain of beauty therapy, we can see a particular "dogma" has evolved, one that is "gentle" and oriented from an "energetic" perspective towards both "low-dose" applications and the avoidance of internal and other "high-dose" applications.