Safety Ratings of Essential Oils
Essential oils that have been obtained from a highly-reputable company have a safety code to identify additional safety precautions for each essential oil.
A: Generally considered safe.
B: Skin irritant (strong) and mucous membrane irritant (moderate).Â Restrict level of use in products.
C: Skin and mucous membrane irritant.Â Dilution required.
D: Oil may cause skin irritation in people with very sensitive skin or damaged skin, or can cause an allergic reaction.
E: Very sensitizing allergen which could cause dermatitis.Â Use caution.
F: Oil should be used in moderation due to toxicity levels.
G: Photosensitivityâ€”direct exposure to sunlight after use could cause dermatitis.
H: Hazardous oral toxin.
I: Avoid if you have high blood pressure.
J: Avoid if you have epilepsy.
K: No formal testing.Â Use caution.
L: Avoid if you have diabetes.
safety ratings for the biblical essential oils
Aloes/Sandalwood Essential Oil: A
Cassia Essential Oil: B
Cedarwood Essential Oil: A
Cypress Essential Oil: A
Frankincense Essential Oil: A
Galbanum Essential Oil: A
Hyssop Essential Oil: F, I, J, L
Myrrh Essential Oil: A, D
Myrtle Essential Oil: A
Onycha Essential Oil: A
Rose of Sharon Essential Oil: A
Spikenard Essential Oil: K
Â For more information about biblical essential oils and how to use them, please visit Rebecca’s website, http://www.HealWithOil.com.