Dill Seed oil is derived from Anethum sowa. It is a close relative of A. graveolens, which is also known as Peucedanum graveolens and Fructus anethi. It is the member of Umbelliferae (Apiaceae) family.
|Botanical Name||Anethum Sawa|
|Origin||Dill Seed oil is originated from South West Asia.|
|Method of Extraction & Part of Plant Used||Dill seed oil is extracted from the crushed seeds by the process of steam distillation.|
Dill Seed oil is pale yellow in color. It has watery viscosity.
Dill seed essential oil has grass like smell.
|Integrants||The main constituents of Dill Seed oil are d-carvone, dillapiol, dhc, eugenol, limonene, terpinene and myristicin.|
|Therapeutic Properties||Dill Seed oil has several therapeutic properties that include disinfectant, galactagogue, sedative, stomachic, antispasmodic, carminative, digestive and sudorific.|
|Blends Well With||
Dill seed oil mixes well with bergamot
Dill oil is not at all used by pregnant ladies.
Anti-spasmodic: The problem of spasms is really very irritating and in some severe cases can also cause death of the victim. They are basically the problem of unwanted contractions that occur in the region like respiratory system, the intestines, nervous system, muscles, and some other regions too. These problems basically result in hiccups, muscle pulls, cramps