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Annex 1 presents the classification and labelling information notified to ECHA by EU manufacturers and importers for the indigenous natural ingredients listed above (by CAS number), where available.
This information is taken from the publicly accessible databases such as the C&L Inventory published and managed by ECHA. Another source of classification information is the Harmonised Classification database. However, the above substances are not included in the Harmonised Classification.
From the above table on page 23, it is noted that with the exception on Lippia oil, all the other essential oils have an entry in the Classification and Labelling inventory. There is no Classification and Labelling information on the ECHA database for Lippia oil.
In the case of vegetable oils, with the exception of Ximenia oil and Kalahari melon seed oil, there are classification and labelling entries for the other three vegetable oils. Note that while there is an entry of Kalahari melon seed oil, this is not the classification and labelling information for a vegetable oil. This highlights the importance of the “Examination step” for the classification of substances and mixtures.
The starting point for searching the Classification and Labelling database of ECHA is: cl-inventory-database?discriminator=DISCLI_NOTIFIED
           How to search the ECHA database (accessed on 2nd August 2021)
1. enter the CAs number for the substance
For example, the CAs number for Rose Geranium oil: 90082-51-2
 Click the link on the substance name
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