The guidelines may need to be revisited and for now, greater vigilance and awareness is needed from aromatherapy practitioners and medical workers.
Studies mentioned in the video:
Mathew, T., K John, S., Kamath, V., Kumar R, S., Jadav, R., Swamy, S., Adoor, G., Shaji, A., Nadig, R., Badachi, S., D Souza, D., Therambil, M., Sarma, G., & J Parry, G. (2021). Essential oil related seizures (EORS): A multi-center prospective study on essential oils and seizures in adults. Epilepsy research
, 106626. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.eplepsyres.2021.106626
Mathew, T., John, S. K., Kamath, V., Kumar R, S., Jadav, R., Shaji, A., Nadig, R., Sarma, G., & Parry, G. J. (2020). Essential oil-related status epilepticus: A small case series study. Journal of the American College of Emergency Physicians open
(5), 918–921. https://doi.org/10.1002/emp2.12147
Mathew, T., Kamath, V., Kumar, R. S., Srinivas, M., Hareesh, P., Jadav, R., & Swamy, S. (2017). Eucalyptus oil inhalation-induced seizure: A novel, underrecognized, preventable cause of acute symptomatic seizure. Epilepsia open
(3), 350–354. https://doi.org/10.1002/epi4.12065