Dill essential oil
Dill essential oil
Bulgarian name: Dill
Botanical name: Anethum Graveolens
Used part: The seeds and the whole plant
Oil-bearing part of the plant: seeds
Appearance: Transparent liquid
Color: pale yellow
Aroma: grassy, typical of dill
Ingredients: D-carvone, dillapiol, eugenol, isovigenol, lemonate, terpine, myristicine, fenandrene, pintrene, dipeptene, dehydrocaron, carotene, thiamine, riboflavin, carvone and others.
Method of extraction: Water - Steam distillation
Analytical method: Gas chromatograph
Analytical certificate: Available on request
Storage: Store in tightly closed containers at 5 - 15ºC, without direct exposure to sunlight and other heat sources
Benefits: Dill essentia oil has antispasmodic, gingival, digestive, disinfectant, sedative, gastric and sweating, relaxing, soothing, antiseptic, expectorant, healing wounds, antipruritic, hypotensive, blood purifying, appetite stimulating, antirhythmic, stimulating menstruation, lowering excess sexual energy, aiding digestion, removing toxins from the body.
Usage: Dill essential oil is used for various digestive problems, vomiting, hiccups, stomach, intestinal and spastic colic, gas, constipation, worms, lack of appetite. It is also used in insomnia, depression, wounds, skin itching, allergic dermatitis and acne is added to creams, bronchitis and chronic cough, pneumonia, difficulty urinating, edema, cystitis, gout, hemorrhoids, hypersexuality, menstrual stimulation, stones kidneys, alcohol poisoning, gum inflammation.
Used for inhalations and massages in cellulite, osteoarthritis, aging skin and facial wrinkles, with reduced muscle tone, to tighten the bust. For bruising when the gums are inflamed and against bad breath.
Contraindications: Use during pregnancy, epileptics, hypotensives, nursing mothers and children, as well as for people with individual intolerance to the oil should be avoided.