Recalled Aromatherapy Spray Linked to Deaths

Recalled Aromatherapy Spray Linked to Deaths

Victims May Be Eligible For Compensation. Recalled Better Homes and Gardens® Aromatherapy Spray Linked To:

  • Hospitalizations 
  • Melioidosis
  • Deaths
  • Other Unhealthy Symptoms...


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Better Homes and Gardens® Aromatherapy Spray Recall Victims Suffering from Melioidosis

Melioidosis — otherwise known as Whitmore’s disease — is an infection caused by a bacterium called Burkholderia pseudomallei.

This disease is spread to humans and animals after direct contact with contaminated soil or liquids.

Melioidosis can be confused with other diseases such as tuberculosis or modern types of pneumonia —  and its symptoms can display in local, pulmonary, bloodstream, or disseminated sources.

Those with melioidosis exhibit symptoms that may include:

  • Headache
  • Cough
  • High fever
  • Chest pain
  • Abdominal discomfort
  • Joint pain
  • Respiratory distress
  • Central nervous system/brain infection

While the typical time between exposure to the emergence of symptoms is two to four weeks, it can range from 24 hours to many years.

Those consumers who have contacted the recalled aromatherapy sprays and are suffering a melioidosis infection should seek immediate medical treatment — typically intravenous and/or oral antimicrobial therapies.


Specific Info About Better Homes and Gardens® Aromatherapy Spray Recall

Products Recalled: Better Homes & Gardens® brand Essential Oil Infused Aromatherapy Room Spray With Gemstones in six scents:

  • Lavender & Chamomile (84140411420)
  • Lemon & Mandarin (84140411421)
  • Lavender (84140411422)
  • Peppermint (84140411423)
  • Lime & Eucalyptus (84140411424)
  • Sandalwood & Vanilla (84140411425)


Sold At: Around 55 nationwide Walmart stores and online at from February 2021 through October 2021 for around $4.


The Problem: The products could be contaminated with a bacterium called Burkholderia pseudomallei.


The Fix: Consumers should immediately cease using the product and follow these steps carefully. 

  • Don’t open the bottle and don’t attempt to dispose of the bottle.
  • Using clean, clear zip-top resealable bags, double-bag the bottle and place in a small cardboard box. 
  • Return the double-bagged and boxed product to a Walmart store.
  • Wash, or even bleach, sheets or linens that the product may have contacted using normal laundry detergent and dry completely in a hot dryer.
  • Spray and wipe down counters and surfaces that might have contacted the spray with an undiluted disinfectant cleaner.
  • After minimal handling of the product or linens, wash hands thoroughly. If wearing gloves, wash hands thoroughly after removing the gloves.
  • If you have used the product within the past 21 days and experience fever or other symptoms of melioidosis (including pain, swelling, an abscess, chest or stomach pain, cough, headache, joint pain, and disorientation), seek medical care and tell your doctor about the product exposure. Your doctor may recommend that you get antibiotics (post-exposure prophylaxis) to prevent infection.

Latest Aromatherapy Spray Recall Headlines

October 2021

The CDC releases a statement on the recent melioidosis-infected aromatherapy spray cases in the Midwest and South

August 2021

CDC confirms a second intercontinental traveler fatality to this rare bacterial infection

September 2021

UCLA-led research team reveals potential treatment for this rare tropical disease

January 2016

Scientists identify bacteria that can live for decades in distilled water and kill a human in 48 hours

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