“The analyses found 1,034 VOCs emitted from the 14 essential oils, representing 378 VOC

identities. The most prevalent VOCs (in more than 90% of the oils) were acetaldehyde, alphaphellandrene, alpha-pinene, camphene, limonene, methanol, terpinolene, 3-carene, acetone,

beta-phellandrene, ethanol, and gamma-terpinene. Among the 1,034 VOCs emitted, 251

VOCs, representing 60 VOCs identities, are classified as potentially hazardous. The most

prevalent potentially hazardous VOCs were acetaldehyde, limonene, methanol, acetone,

ethanol, and 3-carene. Toluene was found in more than 70% of the essential oils. Each of the

essential oils emitted 9 or more potentially hazardous VOCs. Fewer than 1% of all VOCs

identified and fewer than 1% of all potentially hazardous VOCs were listed on any essential

oil label, safety data sheet, or website. Results from this study provide new findings on VOC

emissions from essential oils with therapeutic claims, which can help to improve public

awareness about potential exposures and risks.” https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11869-020-00941-4



These are the people trying to warn the rest.  I would be that lady 57 minutes in seizing from that lemon essential.  Because I wonder if it was limonene which is really bad for me.