In summer, it is also the season of mosquitoes. When the child's tender skin is bitten by mosquitoes, it will often immediately scream. At this time, parents are particularly distressed.
Even more frightening is that mosquitoes may also spread bacteria, causing their children to contract other diseases.
Therefore, parents often prepare mosquito repellent products for their children. Commonly, there are toilet water and wind oil.
In particular, Fengjingjing has been in China for decades. The small green bottle carries many people's memories, and it is almost a must-have insect repellent artifact.
However, many people do not know that Feng Shui can not be used by the baby, and pregnant women are also prohibited.
Xiao Yu’s mother made such a mistake.
Xiao Yu's baby's 2 year old child, although she is the first time to be a mother, feels more comfortable, she enjoys taking care of her baby's life, hoping to get along with her baby.
Recently, the weather has become hotter and hotter. Rainy mothers have found that mosquitoes have been flying around at home, and often turn around the baby, so they quickly bought the oil.
There are already a few red dots on the baby's body, and the rain mom applies the cool oil to the baby's body.
Every day before taking the baby out for a walk and after the baby showers in the evening, the light rain will apply the wind oil on the baby's body and face.
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I didn't expect to smear for three days. My baby's skin was red and there were signs of coma. The doctor found that the baby had stopped breathing when he arrived at the hospital. Thanks to the timely rescue, there was no danger to his life.
The doctor told Yum that babies under the age of 3 could not use items such as Fengyoujing.
2) Children under the age of three should be used with caution.
Why do you inform the instructions: pregnant women, maternity, newborns, skin damage and ulcers are banned, children under the age of three should be used with caution?
Most of the essential oils contain menthol, camphor, eucalyptus oil, eugenol, methyl salicylate, paraffin, chlorophyll, flavor and other ingredients.
Take "Menthol" and "Oyster" for example. At first they will make the skin feel "cool". When it reaches a certain concentration, the cooling sensation will gradually fade away, and instead it will be numb and burning.
"Clams" and menthol will also affect the baby's nervous system development while refreshing, and if the intake is excessive, it will cause baby poisoning.
Therefore, the United States stipulates that camphor is prohibited for infants under 2 years of age, and Health Canada also includes camphor in children's hazardous substances.
Pictured: Camphor tree
And "eugenol" and "香香精" can cause allergies in some babies.
In particular, "methyl salicylate" is extremely harmful to babies. It can cause poisoning only when it is 150 mg/kg, and it may be life-threatening if you take a few grams for adults and children.
Pregnant women can not use methyl salicylate because the researchers found that methyl salicylate has an effect on the fetus and has a certain risk of teratogenicity.
A topical medicine such as oleoresin, which contains menthol, camphor, and methyl salicylate, although it is listed as a “nationally protected” Chinese medicine in the country, enjoys a special treatment that is more prioritized than patient safety.
But in fact it has nothing to do with traditional or herbal medicines, and its use is also strictly required, without the clear instructions:
Please do not use pregnant women;
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