Notion Of Bucco-dental Superinfections

11.1 Introduction 11.2 Acaricidal activity 11.3 Anticarcinogenic 11.4 Antimicrobial 11.4.1 Antibacterial 11.4.1.1 Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus 11.4.2 Antifungal 11.4.3 Antiviral 11.4.4 Microbes of the Oral Cavity 11.4.4.1 Activity of Listerine against Plaque and or Gingivitis 11.4.4.2 Antiviral Listerine 11.4.4.3 Activity of Essential Oils 11.4.5 Controlling Microflora in Atopic Dermatitis 11.4.6 Odor Management for Fungating Wounds 11.5 Dissolution of Hepatic and Renal Stones...

Essential Oils Used In Animal Feed

Essential oils can be used in feed as appetite stimulant, stimulant of saliva production, gastric and pancreatic juices production enhancer, and antimicrobial and antioxidant to improve broiler performance. Antimicrobial effects of essential oils are well documented. Essential oils due to their potent nature should be used as low as possible levels in animal nutrition. Otherwise, they can lead to feed intake reduction, gastrointestinal (GIT) microflora disturbance, or accumulation in animal...

The Guide And Example For The Safety Evaluation Of Essential Oils

The guide does not employ criteria commonly used for the safety evaluation of individual chemical substances. Instead, it is a procedure involving a comprehensive evaluation of the chemical and biological properties of the constituents and congeneric groups of an essential oil. Constituents in the oil that are of known structure are organized into congeneric groups that exhibit similar metabolic and toxicologic properties. The congeneric groups are further classified according to levels...

Psychopharmacology Of Essential Oils

Domingos Savio Nunes, Viviane de Moura Linck, Adriana Lourengo da Silva, Micheli Figueiro, and Elaine Elisabetsky The use of aromas goes back to ancient times, as implied by the nearly 200 references in the Bible relating the use of aromas for mental, spiritual, and physical healing (Perry and Perry, 2006). It is currently accepted that aromas and some of its individual components may in fact possess pharmacological and or psychological properties, and in many instances the overall effect is...

Aromatherapy Aromatology and Aromachology

Aromatherapy can now be divided into three sciences aromatherapy, aromatology, and aromachology. Aromachology coined by the Sense of Smell Institute (SSI), USA, 1982 is based on the interrelationship of psychology and odor, that is, its effect on specific feelings (e.g., relaxation, exhilaration, sensuality, happiness, and achievement) by its direct effect on the brain. Aromatherapy is defined by the SSI as the therapeutic effects of aromas on physical conditions (such as menstrual disorders,...

Hazard Classification And Labeling Of Flavors And Fragrances

This section describes the rules for hazard classification and labeling of F& F substances and preparations, including natural raw materials, such as extracts and essential oils, containing hazardous constituents, according to the EU regulations. For trade of F& F (including pure substances and mixtures or preparations thereof and natural raw materials) within the European Union, certain rules apply within the European Industry which are established by the European Flavour and Fragrance...