Dill Seed Essential Oil isn’t a widely used essential oil within the scope of aromatherapy. However, it’s an interesting and beneficial essential oil that deserves a second glance, especially for digestive issues.
Dill Seed Essential Oil is comprised primarily of (+)-carvone, a ketone. d-limonene, a monoterpene, is also a major constituent present within the oil. Please refer to the Uses section below for the potential applications of Dill Seed Essential Oil.
Aromatically, Dill Seed Oil possesses a slightly earthy, fresh, sweet, herbaceous aroma that blends well with essential oils in the citrus, spice, wood and herbaceous families.
Common Method of Extraction
Plant Part Typically Used
Strength of Initial Aroma
Mild – Medium
Fresh, sweet, herbaceous, slightly earthy.
Dill Seed Essential Oil Uses
Dyspepsia, flatulence, indigestion, bronchial asthma, dysmenorrhoea and the promotion of lacation.