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Australian Approved Name (AAN): Spike Lavender Oil

Common names and synonyms: Lavendula latifolia (Vill) flower oil ess.; Lavandula spica flower oil ess.

Mandatory components: Camphor

Warnings and Restrictions: In solid and semi solid preparations, the concentration of camphor must be no more than 12.5%. In liquid preparations other than essential oils, the concentration of camphor must be no more than 2.5%.

In essential oil preparations, if the concentration of camphor is more than 2.5% but less than or equal to 10%, and the nominal capacity of the container is less than 25 millilitres, the medicine must have a restricted flow insert fitted on the container and include the following warning statements on the medicine label:
CHILD – Keep out of reach of children (or words to that effect).
NTAKEN – Not to be taken.

In essential oil preparations, if the concentration of camphor is more than 10%, and the nominal capacity of the container is less than 15 millilitres, the medicine must have a restricted flow insert fitted on the container and include the following warning statements on the medicine label:
CHILD – Keep out of reach of children (or words to that effect).
NTAKEN – Not to be taken.

In essential oil preparations, if the concentration of camphor is more than 10%, and the nominal capacity of the container is more than 15 millilitres but less than or equal to 25 millilitres, the medicine must have a restricted flow insert and child resistant closure fitted on the container and include the following warning statements on the medicine label:
CHILD – Keep out of reach of children (or words to that effect).
NTAKEN – Not to be taken.

If the concentration of camphor is more than 2.5%, the nominal capacity of the container must be no more than 25 millilitres.

Allowable purpose of the ingredient: Active. Excipient. Homeopathic

TGA reference: Food Chemicals Codex__issued by the American National Academy of Sciences

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