Citriodiol and breast feeding
No published information is available on the clinical use of citriodiol (para-menthanediol; oil of lemon eucalyptus) during breastfeeding. However, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency consider citriodiol to be safe and effective during breastfeeding when used as directed. It should be used by breastfeeding women to avoid exposure to mosquito-borne viruses. Avoid application directly to the nipple and other areas where the infant might directly ingest the product.
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