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Emesis Gravidarum can be very disturbing activity and impact on the maternal and fetal maternal obstacles. The incidence of emesis gravidarum in the world is 70-80% of the number of pregnant women, one non-pharmacological method that can reduce the intensity of nausea vomiting by cajuput oil. This research purposes to determine whether there is an influence of aromatherapy cajuput oil on emesis gravidarum in the first trimester pregnant women. This research used cross sectional approach.doi:10.33846/hn.v3i1.309 fatcat:eccwu3gyt5fztnxasyywe5o6am