Dill is a rare essential oil made by the steam distillation of the whole dill plant. The scent is fresh, herby, and sweet. Dill supports digestion and is great to add to foods, not only for the flavor but also to help with digestion.
Personal Favorite Use:
I love applying dill topically to calm muscle spasms.
- Facilitates digestion and keeps the digestive tract healthy
- Offers many antioxidants
- Purifies the body
Emotional Benefits (when inhaled):
Dill can be diffused to help with nervousness.
Most Common Uses:
- When combined with lemon, bergamot, and/or Roman Chamomile essential oils, it can offer relaxing effects. Diffuse or inhale one drop from cupped palms.
- Adds flavor to many foods when cooking
- Assists with digestion
- Can be used to help preserve homemade canned goods
- To encourage a good night of sleep, add one or two drop to herbal tea prior to bed
- Massage a drop or two into the soles of feet or over the abdomen daily to help cleanse the body
(T) Apply 1-2 drops directly to desired area, can be diluted with complimentary oil to reduce risk of skin sensitivity.
(A) Diffuse 3-4 drops in diffuser of choice.
(I) Dilute 1 drop in 4 oz. liquid.
Blends well with:
Citrus essential oils (Orange, Lemon, Grapefruit, etc)