Dill Organic (Anethum graveolens) Pure Essential Oil - Aromatherapy - Therapeutic Quality - 1 fl oz (30 ml)
Description: Dill essential oil is known to be great for digestive problems (such as constipation and diarrhea), diabetes, liver issues, headaches, ADHD, and nervousness. It is antispasmodic, antibacterial, sedative and stomachic, and a stimulant as well.
Extracted through steam distillation of herb. Origin Hungary.
Dill essential oil blends well with Black Pepper, Caraway, Citrus essential oils, Clove, Nutmeg, Peppermint, and Spearmint. Dilute with carrier oil for direct skin contact.
Packaged: 1 fl oz (30 ml) amber glass bottle with Euro plug, tamper proof safety seal and safety shrink wrap. Also available in a 0.5 fl oz (15 ml) bottle.
Caution: May have contraindications with diabetes medications.
"Dill Seed Essential Oil is recommended many times in the book, BIO-YOUNG by Roxy Dillon. I had never heard of it before reading this book so I had to try it as a way to turn back the clock on my aging skin. Mix 30 drops of the Dill Essential Oil to 100 ml of warm coconut oil, let it cool and use at least once a day. I use it twice a day on my face, neck, upper arms and chest. Since coconut oil also helps to increase collagen and elastin, this is a great combination. Dill Seed Essential oil is an effective stimulator of elastin synthesis so it's great for under-eye-bags and sagging skin in general. Dill has estrogenic properties which increases skin thickness and elasticity. This is not a miracle cure for aging skin but it helps to improve the elasticity of skin with use over time. I have seen the most results on my upper arms so far. I'm a believer in essential oils. It has a pleasing, slightly minty fragrance, not at all like dill pickles which is what I was expecting. This is a high-quality essential oil that I intend to keep on hand for skin care. Reminder: Essential Oils should always be mixed with a good carrier oil like coconut, almond, Jojoba, Argan, etc. It's important to get pure, therapeutic grade essential oils since this soaks into your skin." P. Wooley