Essential oil of Dill Weed is extracted from the Anethum Sowa plant of the St John’s Wort family. Also known as Indian dill. Dill oil is used in aromatherapy to prevent overwhelming mind and consciousness during crisis situations. Physically helps digestion relieves constipation and gas, and promotes faster wound healing on the skin.


Dill oil has a grassy smell and is pale yellow in color with a watery viscosity.


Dill oil is extracted by steam distillation from the seed or whole plant which is fresh or partially dried.

Chemical composition

The main chemical components of Dill Weed oil are: D-carvone, dillapiol, eugenol, lemon, terpene, and myristicine.



Dill oil is non-toxic and non-irritating, but its use should be avoided during pregnancy.

Therapeutic properties


The therapeutic properties of Dill Weed oil are: spasmolytic, carrot, digestive, disinfectant, sedative, stomach and sweat.


Dill oil helps to overcome the over-feeling and is beneficial for digestive problems, relieves gas, constipation and hiccups.

It relieves the mind, calms a headache and helps with sweating caused by nervous tension. Stimulates milk secretion in breastfeeding mothers while encouraging wound healing.

  • Use for Inhalers: Essential oil of dill is used for vaginal therapy with nervous tension, colic, indigestion, and mentally when you feel overwhelmed or in crisis.
  • Application as massage oil in the bath: Soothes and promotes proper digestion and relieves constipation and hiccups.
  • Application in creams and lotions: When dill oil is added to creams or lotions, it has a very strong effect on wound healing.

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