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Keywords: Allergic contact dermatitis, aromatherapy, contact urticaria, Dhanwantharam thailam, Eladi coconut oil How to cite this article: Lakshmi C.
Allergic Contact Dermatitis (type IV hypersensitivity) and type I hypersensitivity following aromatherapy with ayurvedic oils (Dhanwantharam thailam, Eladi coconut oil) presenting as generalized erythema and pruritus with flexural eczema.
She tested positive ( ) to two (Dhanwantharam thailam and Eladi coconut oil) of the three oils on D3.
The readings on Day 2 (D2) readings were negative [Figure 2] and [Figure 3].
Indian J Dermatol [serial online] 2014 [cited 2018 Jan 12];3-6. Although adverse reactions are occasionally observed, there is no accurate documentation.
An earlier report published in Contact Dermatitis documents allergic contact dermatitis to Valiya narayana thailam.
The flexures showed accentuation with eczematous changes [Figure 1].
The possibility of allergic contact dermatitis (type IV hypersensitivity) to the medicated oil used for aromatherapy was suspected and she was advised to temporarily stop the aromatherapy.
The patches were applied using aluminium chambers on micropore tape (Systopic Pharmaceuticals, New Delhi, India) and were removed after 2 days.Allergic Contact Dermatitis (type IV hypersensitivity) and type I hypersensitivity following aromatherapy with ayurvedic oils (Dhanwantharam thailam, Eladi coconut oil) presenting as generalized erythema and pruritus with flexural eczema Herbal and Ayurvedic medications, believed to be "mild" and "natural" are usually sought as the first line of treatment before resorting to "stronger" allopathic medication.There are very few reports of adverse reactions to either topical and/or systemic Ayurvedic medications.Dhanwantharam thailam named after the patron deity of Ayurveda is the most popular massage oil and found to be useful in rheumatic and neurological disease. The ingredients of this massage oil are listed in [Table 2].Eladi coconut oil which contains a variety of herbal essences in coconut oil is considered to be a "safe" massage oil for routine aromatherapy for adults and children. Adverse reactions to topical and systemic Ayurvedic medications are observed but have not been properly documented or reported.