|Common name ||Dill Seed Oil |
|Botanical name ||Anethum graveolens |
|Description ||Clear to Light Yellow Oil with a fresh, warm-spicy odour reminiscent of caraway. |
|Main GC components ||d-Carvone, d-Limonene, dill ether, alpha phenaldrine |
|Plant parts used ||Seeds |
|Extraction method ||Steam distillation |
|Region of origin ||Europe |
A popular culinary herb Native to the Mediterranean, Dill was historically used for digestive discomfort, especially in infants. The oil is a key ingredient the well known recipe "Gripe Water" which reflects this historical use. This product is manufactured in accordance with the rigorous standards required by the British Pharmacopoeia (BP).
BLENDS WELL WITHLavender
, and Caraway
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- Consultation with a suitably qualified practitioner is recommended prior to use
- For external use only.
- Do not apply to skin undiluted
- Not recommended for use during pregnancy
- Perform a patch test prior to use