Young Chemist’s Dill seed essential oil is extracted by dry dill seeds through steam distillation. It is colorless to pale yellow mobile liquid with a light fresh warm spicy scent. Lately, people have started using dill seeds and parts of the plant. Dill Seed oil can be used for digestion problems including loss of appetite, liver problems. The other uses for dill include treatment of fever and colds, cough, infections, spasms, nerve pain, menstrual cramps, and sleep disorders. Dill seed oil can be applied to the mouth and throat for pain or swelling.


Blends well with:


Nutmeg oil, Clove Bud oil, Cinnamon oil, Orange oil, Lemon oil, Fennel seed oil, Geranium oil, Peppermint oil



  • Dill seeds and few other extracts from its plant including their essential oil are distributed to people of all ages in Ayurveda, depending upon the nature of illnesses they have. Ayurveda implies the ‘knowledge of life’ and it strives for longevity through the prevention of diseases along with its healing. It analyzes the root cause of an illness and treats the root cause.



  • Dill seed oil is a delicious ingredient that can be easily added to your food.  You can use it as a garnish for soups or roasted vegetables. You can also spray it on top of cold cucumber salads or use it in potato salads or on baked or roasted potatoes. Dill can also be used to add flavors to dips, marinades, and potato, chicken, or tuna salads.
  • For a reposeful night’s sleep, drink a cup of Dill essential oil tea before planning to bed. This tea is created just by adding one to 2 drops of Dill oil to tea before time of day. The Dill oil, combined with the tea, can offer the best concoction for a soothing night of sleep.
  • Canning could be an extraordinary way to extend the shelf-life of decayable things in order that they will be enjoyed later. Once canning vegetables, add Dill oil to the jar before protection the lid. The Dill volatile oil can facilitate preserves the contemporary garden vegetables.
  • For diffuser mix, diffuse Dill oil with orange and Lemon essential oils to cut back stress and anxious feelings.



  • However, if applied to the skin, dill can cause skin irritation sometimes. You can be at a greater risk for sunburns and skin cancer.
  • Dill seed oil is safe when consumed in your diet. Dill is also safe for most people when taken as a medicine.
  • Pregnant women and children should consult doctor before using essential oils.

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