Dill Seed Oil
Dill seed essential oil has a beautiful herbal, fresh and earthy aroma and many health benefits when used internally, externally and aromatically.
It has a long history of use amongst warriors and soldiers who used it to treat their wounds and reduce stress and anxiety during battle. We now know that
its beneficial properties may be a result of a compound called carvone, which has anti-oxidant, anti-spasmodic, disinfectant and sedative effects.
It can be taken internally to help with digestive symptoms, and when used externally it may treat cramps, skin infections and lice. Dill oil can also be
added to your cooking to bring out the flavor of the meal.
When this oil is used aromatically it can calm the nervous system, boost mood and stimulate the production of saliva.
Directions for use
Take dill oil internally by adding 1 drop to a glass of water, or adding 1-2 drops to food.
Enjoy the wonderful aromatic benefits of this oil by adding 2-3 drops to an oil diffuser, or adding 3 drops to a warm bath. Dill oil compliments citrus
essential oils like lemon, orange and bergamot.
For external use, add 2-3 drops to a carrier oil and massage into the skin, muscles or scalp.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is for educational purposes only and is not intended as
medical advice to diagnose, treat or cure any health condition.
The International Federation of Aromatherapists does not recommend that essential oils be taken internally unless under the supervision of a medical doctor
who is also qualified in clinical Aromatherapy.
All cautions, listed or not, for individual oils do not include those cautions from ingestion. Unless otherwise specified, all essential oils should be
diluted with carrier oil when used externally.If you are pregnant, breast feeding or have an existing health condition please consult your doctor before
attempting to use a new essential oil.