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DILL OIL (Anethum Graveolens)

Our dill essential oil is extracted from Anethum sowa - also known as Indian Dill. It is very closely related to A. graveolens, which is also known as Peucedanum graveolens and Fructus anethi and it is of the Umbelliferae (Apiaceae) family. The properties of these two types are very much alike, although the A. sowa is a more "rounded" oil in comparison.

dill oil
dill oil
Specification of Dill Oil
Product Code LJP/DLO
Name Dill Oil
Botanical Name Anethum Graveolens
Obtain By steam distillation from seeds, sometimes, by weeds, herbs & fruit.
Appearance Colorless to pale yellow
Specific gravity

0.915 – 0.975 at 20°C

Optical Rotation

+40 – +58 at 20°C

Referactive Index

1.486 – 1.495 at 20°C

Solubility Soluble in alcohol and oils
Dill is an ancient Egyptian remedy described in the Ebers papyrus (c. 1500 BCE), where it is an ingredient in a pain-killing mixture. The ancient Greeks are believed to have covered their eyes with fronds of the herb to induce sleep. Dill was commonly used as a charm against witchcraft in the Middle Ages and was burned to clear thunderclouds. Its name is derived from the Norse "dylla", meaning to soothe.



Dill oil has a grass-like smell and is pale yellow in color, with a watery viscosity.Originally from South West Asia, Dill is an annual or biennial herb that grows up to 1 meter (3 feet). It has green feathery leaves and umbels of small yellow flowers, followed by tiny compressed seeds.It was popular with the Egyptians, Greeks and Romans, who called it "Anethon" from which the botanical name was derived. The common name comes from the Anglo-Saxon 'dylle' or 'dylla', which then changed to dill. The word means 'to lull' - referring to its soothing properties. In the Middle Ages it was used as a charm against witchcraft. Since 1812, when Charlemagne, Emperor of France, ordered the extensive cultivation of this herb, it has been widely used, especially as a culinary herb.


Benefits / Uses

May help in conic, dyspepsia, flatulence, indigestion. Used since the erliest times as a medicinal and culinary in alcoholic, soft

Gripe water is often made of the fresh herb and given to babies and children for colic, or other digestive disorders, but the dill oil should not be used for this purpose, as it is too powerful.

Dill oil helps to overcome the feeling of being overwhelmed and is also helpful for digestive problems in adults, easing flatulence, constipation and hiccups.

It eases the mind, calms headaches and helps with excess sweating due to nervous tension. It can also stimulate milk flow in nursing mothers, while promoting the healing of wounds.

Chemical Composition

The main chemical components of dill oil are d-carvone, dillapiol, dhc, eugenol, limonene, terpinene and myristicin.

Safety Data

All cloves oils can cause skin & mucus membrane irritations, because of the eugenol content.

Food Grade Silver Coated Aluminium Container/HDPE drum.


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