Dill Seed Essential Oil


£3.40 - £22.54


SKU: 5060233382965X

Product Description


A slightly spicy high note oil which add sophistication and useful detoxifying properties to blends

Dill Seed Essential Oil

Similar in appearance to Fennel, but lower in height, Dill Seed has feathery leaves and is said to originate from India. It has clusters of small yellow flowers with compressed fruits inside. The seed yields the oil through distillation.

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Characteristics of Dill Seed Essential Oil

A slightly spicy high note oil which add sophistication and useful detoxifying properties to blends.

Common Uses of Dill Seed Essential Oil

Tired after a long day? Use Roman Chamomile to soothe and calm, relieving the tensions and stresses of the day.


Dill is naturally antifungal and antibacterial. Used carefully it is effective at dealing with “breakouts” on the face. A low dose of Dill should always be used as it is easy to cause skin irritation.


Studies have found beneficial effects of Dill on the mind. A study (link to study) found concluded that “Although phytoestrogens are not steroids, the beneficial effect of dill on memory, at least in part, may have been achieved by estrogenic receptors present in the brain. Thus dill essence could be promising in improving memory and cognition, mainly in postmenopausal women.~
Dill Seed has anti-inflammatory properties which are especially useful through inhalation, helping to clear the respiratory system. Dill is a natural antihistamine and so can help during allergy season. Place a couple of drops in a bowl of hot water cover your head and bowl with a towel. Inhale the steam for maximum benefit.
Dill Seed Encourages emotional well-being with a light and airy scent that promotes optimism and calm.

Precautions when using Dill Seed Essential Oil

Dill seed used to be used in old remedies to ease child birth, therefore this oil should definitely be avoided during the earlier stages of pregnancy.

When used on the skin, use at low dose as it is easy to cause skin irritation. Patch testing is advisable.

Dill Seed Essential Oil Technical Information

Criteria Information

Latin Name

Anethum graveolens


Anethum graveolens (Dill) Seed Oil

Plant Family


Extraction Method

Distillation from the seed

Country of Origin



100% Pure Essential Oil, therapeutic grade



Carvone (Ketone), Eugenol, Myristicin (Phenols), Limonene, Phellandrene, Terpinene (Terpenes).

Cas No.


Einecs No.


Blends well with

Dill Seed Blends well with Bergamot, Coriander, Cypress, Geranium, Mandarin, Orange, Petitgrain and Rosemary

IFRA Certificate 49th Amendment

Technical Documents

Please see the Technical Tab below for SDS, Allergens information and IFRA Certificates

Dill seed contains natural antihistamine properties and fills the air with a light, airy scent



  • Weight: 0.03 kg
  • Blends Well With: Bergamot, Nutmeg, Sweet Orange, Lime, Lemon
  • Contraindications: Avoid During Pregnancy
  • Country of Origin: Hungary
  • Latin Name: Anethum graveolens
  • Traditional Physical Properties: Calms headaches and reduces excess sweating. Helps with hiccups
  • Part of Plant Used: Seed
  • Purity: 100% Pure
  • Scent: Spicy Top Note
  • Key Benefits: Calming
  • Traditional Emotional Use: Gripe water is often made from the fresh herb, but do not use the essential oil for this purpose as it is too strong
  • Traditional Skin Use: Acne and Break outs
  • Size: 10ml
  • HS Code: 33012941
  • HS Description: Dill Seed Essential Oil
  • HS Country: GB
  • HS Composition: Viscous Liquid

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