Botanical Name Anethum Sowa.
Origin South Western Asian region.
General Name Dill Seed Oil
The pale yellowish color Dill Seed Oil is extracted from the dried and crushed seeds of Anethum sowa (also known as Indian Dill) through the extensive method of steam distillation. The myriad health benefits of Dill Oil is attributed to its intense therapeutic properties such as carminative, disinfectant, antispasmodic, sedative, digestive, stomachic and many others. Dill is extensively used in Ayurvedic medicines for treating numerous diseases such as fever, cardiac disability, ulcers, bronchitis and syphilis.
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Method of Extraction and part of Plant Used It is extracted from the dried and crushed seeds of Anethum sowa through steam distillation method.
Properties Pale yellowish color liquid..
Caraway, nutmeg, bergamot and other citrus oils.
Aroma Spicy, warm and refreshing aroma with a hint of herbaceous smell.
Integrant Dillapiol, dhc, d-carvone, eugenol, myristicin limonene and terpinene.
Precautions Women during their pregnancy phase should seek proper medical advice from an expert before using this oil.
Insoluble in Water, Soluble in Alcohol and Oils
0.88400 - 0.90000 @ 25C
+84.00 to +95.00
1.47900 - 1.49700 @ 20C
Dill seed oil is a renowned Galactogogue. It enhances the formation of milk in the breasts thus highly beneficial for lactating mothers and the baby’s overall health. The essential oil of Dill seed has soothing and calming effects on the mind, nerves and brain thus helps in alleviating anger, anxiety, depression, tension, mental exhaustion and even hypertension. Moreover, the Sudorific property of this essential oil helps in removing excess of salt, water and toxic substances from the body thus lowering of blood pressure, reduction of swelling and protects skin’s overall health.
The essential oil of Dill seed is extracted through the process of steam distillation from the dried and crushed seeds of Anethum sowa. Dill or sowa is an annual or biennial small herb having smooth feathery leaves and small yellow color flowers followed by tiny compressed seeds. Dill plant that has a long history and from the time immemorial it has been used as a culinary spice. Moreover, in ancient times Romans, Eygptians and Greeks used this plant used as a charm to defend against witchcraft. Nowadays, people use dill seeds and plant parts as a medicine.
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