Essential oil exposures in Australia: analysis of cases reported to the NSW Poisons Information Centre

  title={Essential oil exposures in Australia: analysis of cases reported to the NSW Poisons Information Centre},
  author={Kristenbella Ayr Lee and Joanna E. Harnett and Rose Cairns},
  journal={Medical Journal of Australia},

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Essential oils and their bioactive molecules in healthcare

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