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Aromathérapie vétérinaire : établissement du profil toxicologique en vue d’une évaluation du danger pour le consommateur de denrées alimentaires d’origine animale

Abstract : The use of veterinary herbal medicine and aromatherapy is booming in the context of the fight against antibiotic resistance and the development of organic farming in France. Few herbal veterinary pharmaceutical specialties are currently available and few herbal substances have an MRL status. The toxicological profile of eleven essential oils and one component, methyl eugenol, was investigated from data available in the scientific literature. Very partial data was found for ten of these essential oils. Data are available on tea tree essential oil, however, there is still some uncertainty about the presence of methyl eugenol, a recognized carcinogen in rodents. Due to the lack of robust toxicological data, a classification of the plants studied could not be made.
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Céline Guilbault. Aromathérapie vétérinaire : établissement du profil toxicologique en vue d’une évaluation du danger pour le consommateur de denrées alimentaires d’origine animale. Médecine vétérinaire et santé animale. 2020. Français. ⟨tel-03052686⟩

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