In one minute: Inhalation, another route to administer essential oils to farm animals | PlusVet Animal Health
The administration of therapeutic vapors and aerosols through inhalation has been used for thousands of years in many civilizations around the world. In modern medicine, the inhalation route is used to administer treatments for respiratory diseases, because it has the advantage of delivering high concentrations of active ingredients in the target organs (the respiratory system), and low concentrations that could lead to side effects in the rest of the body. In modern human aromatherapy, the inhalation route is one of the most used, especially when the essential oils are intended to be effective on the respiratory system or on mental health.
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