|Product Name||DILL SEED OIL, INDIAN (ANETHI OIL)|
|Botanical Source||Anethum sowa (Family: Umbelliferae)|
|Extraction Method||Steam (sometimes water) distillation|
|Color||Pale to golden yellow|
|Suggested Use||In Flavours & Aromatherapy|
What is Dill Seed Essential Oil/Anethi Oil?
Dill seed oil is an essential oil extracted from the seeds or leaves/stems (dillweed) of the Dill plant. It is also referred as Indian Anethi essential oil.
What are the Applications of Dill Seed Oil?
- Dill seed oil has medicinal characteristics than can improve various health conditions such as intestinal gas (flatulence), liver and gallbladder related complaints. It may also be helpful in treating conditions like urinary tract disorders, kidney disease and painful or difficult urination.
- Anethi oil can be also helpful in fever and colds, cough, infections, spasms, nerve pain, genital ulcers, menstrual cramps, and insomnia disorders.
- When applied to the mouth and throat it helps relaxing the pain and swelling.
- Also used in various dishes as a culinary spice ingredient.
- Used in manufacturing of perfumes and cosmetics, The aromatic characteristics of Dill seed makes it a perfect aroma ingredient in cosmetics, soaps, and perfumes.
Frequently asked questions about Dill seed essential oil.
- What is Anethi?
Anethi Essential Oil, also known as the East Indian Dill Oil, is used extensively in foods, beverages and medicines. … The oil, extracted from the seeds of the plant through steam distillation, is pale yellow with a sweetish sharp, burning taste and a penetrating odor resembling that of fruit.
- What is Dill essential oil good for?
Dill oil is usually used for digestive problems such as constipation, loss of appetite and indigestion. Because of dill’s carminative properties, it can help stop gas formation in the intestines. It also has a calming and soothing effect that helps reduce nervousness and relieves anxiety and depression.
- Is Dill anti inflammatory?
Dill is known for having demonstrated anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, carminative, aromatic, and galactagogue activity.
- Is Dill good for your liver?
Dill is used for digestion problems including loss of appetite, intestinal gas (flatulence), liver problems, and gallbladder complaints. It is also used for urinary tract disorders including kidney disease and painful or difficult urination.