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Abstract Title:

[The efficacy of the application of essential oils for the prevention of acute respiratory diseases in organized groups of children].

Abstract Source:

Vestn Otorinolaringol. 2011(5):51-4. PMID: 22334926

Abstract Author(s):

A V Kilina, M B Kolesnikova

Abstract:

The efficacy and safety of the application of essential oils for the prevention of acute respiratory diseases and alleviation of clinical manifestations of rhinitis was evaluated in a group of children aged 3-4 years. It was shown that inhalation of a mixture of essential oils resulted in a 42.5% decrease of the prevalence of the above pathologies. Specifically, they developed only in each third child from the group of frequently ill children. No side effects of the treatment were documented. 25% of the children suffered only from mild acute respiratory diseases, fever was absent in 5%. The severity and duration of the symptoms of rhinitis decreased in more than 80% of the children. Simultaneously, the requirement of decongestants and local (intranasal) antibiotics was reduced.

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