Dill Essential Oil

Rs. 200.00
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Volume 10 ml

Dill Essential Oil

Rs. 200.00
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Volume 10 ml

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Product Details: Adrenal Stimulants: For stress related exhaustion, for example basil, geranium, rosemary.
Anti–rheumatics: Many essences have the reputation of preventing and relieving rheumatic problems, for example angelica, coriander and juniper.
Antibiotics and bactericidal: For fighting bacterial infection, good examples being lavender, lemongrass, rosemary, teatree.
Antidepressants: For uplifting the spirits, for example bergamot, geranium, lemon, orange, rosemary, ylang ylang.
Anti-diabetics or Hypoglycemic: For helping to balance blood-sugar levels, for example geranium, juniper berry.
Anti-inflammatories: As well as helping to reduce pain and inflammation in arthritic joints, such essences also help reduce swelling around injuries for example chamomile, galbanum, lavender.
Anti-Inflammatory: Helpful for skin rashes and wounds, for example chamomile, lavender, geranium.
Antiseptic: All essential oils are antiseptic to a greater or lesser degree, though good examples include eucalyptus, lavender, teatree.
Antispasmodics: For preventing and easing menstrual pain and for easing labour, for example chamomile, clary sage, lavender, marjoram, rose otto and for easing spasm, use chamomile, fennel, peppermint.
Antivirals: For protecting against and helping to reduce serious complications of viral infections such as coughs, colds, flu, for example garlic, eucalyptus, marjoram, teatree.
Aperitifs: the aromas of most essential oils stimulate the appetite: good examples include bergamot, ginger, orange.
Balance Thyroid Secretion: For balancing excessive secretions of thyroxine. Garlic is recommended. However the juice and bulb of both garlic and onion are more effective.
Carminative and Stomachics: For flatulence and nausea, for example cardamom, fennel, peppermint.
Cholagogues: For stimulating the gall bladder and thus the flow of bile, for example lavender, peppermint.
Cicatrisant: (stimulates the growth of healthy skin cells): Helpful for burns, wounds and scars, for example chamomile, lavender, neroli.
Contain oestrogen-like substances: Some plants contain phyto-oestrogens which have been shown to help menopausal symptoms, for example fennel, hops, sage. The essential oils of these plants may also contain the same substances.
Contain Phyto-Steroids: These substances are said to resemble the male and female sex hormones and are found in frankincense and myrrh. Whether these essences exert a hormonal influence in humans has yet to be established.
Cytophylactics: For increasing the activity of white blood cells which help in our defence against infection, for example frankincense, lavender, rosemary.
Deodorant: Helpful for excessive perspiration and the cleansing of wounds, for example bergamot, cypress, lemongrass, sandalwood.
Depuratives or detoxifying agents: For helping to combat impurities in the blood and organs or to detoxify the system of metabolic wastes, for example angelica, juniper, fennel, lemon, rose otto.
Emmenagogues: For inducing menstruation and/or normalizing menstrual flow, for example chamomile, clary sage, lavender, rose otto.
Fungicidal: Helpful for fungal conditions of skin such as athlete’s foot and ringworm, for example cedarwood, lavender, lemongrass, patchouli, teatree.
Galactogogues: For stimulating the flow of mothers milk, for example fennel, lemon grass.
Anti- Galactogogues: For reducing milk flow, for example peppermint, sage.
Hepatics: For strengthening, toning and stimulating the secretive functions of the liver, for example lemon, rosemary, peppermint.
Hormone Influencing: For a broad spectrum of problems associated with the female reproductive system, for example cypress, frankincense, geranium, hops, rose otto.
Hypnotics: Specifics for inducing sleep, for example chamomile, hops, neroli.
Hypertensive’s (stimulate the circulation): Helpful for poor circulation and low blood pressure, for example black pepper, rosemary, thyme.
Hypotensive (lowers high blood pressure): for example lavender, marjoram, ylang ylang.
Insect Repellant: To repel insects such as midgets and mosquitoes, for example lavender, eucalyptus, geranium, citronella.
Nervines (strengthens the nervous system): To reduce anxiety and stress which contribute to the development of cardiovascular disease, for example chamomile, lavender, neroli, clary sage, juniper, lemongrass, patchouli.
Normalising: For stimulating or relaxing, depending on the state of the individual, for example bergamot, geranium.
Parasiticides: (prevents and destroys parasites): For treating conditions such as head lice and scabies, for example eucalyptus, lavender, rosemary, tea tree.
Rubefacients: By stimulating the periphery circulation, such essences increase the blood supply to the affected area which in turn relieves congestion and inflammation for example black peeper, geranium and, rosemary.
Sedatives: For calming a jangled nervous system, for example clary sage, lavender, marjoram, sandalwood, vetiver.
Stimulants: To help restore energy levels depleted through illness or nervous fatigue, for example black pepper, coriander, peppermint, rosemary.
Tonics and Astringents (strengthens and tones the whole system): Especially helpful for varicose veins and hemorrhoids, for example cypress, geranium, lemon.
Uterine Tonics: For toning and regulating the female reproductive system and for excessive menstruation, for example frankincense, true mellisa, rose otto.
Vermifuges: For expelling intestinal worms, for example bergamot, lavender, lemon, peppermint, thyme.
Vulneraries: For helping to heal wounds, for example frankincense, lavender, marjoram, rosemary

Q factor: The main chemical components of dill oil are d-carvone, dillapiol, dhc, eugenol.

Material used: The therapeutic properties of dill oil are antispasmodic, carminative, digestive, disinfectant, galactagogue, sedative, stomachic and sudorific.

Benefits: 

  1. Calming
  2. Helps with excess sweating due to nervous tension
  3. Hiicups 
  4. Stimulates milk flow in nursing mothers 

Product Details: Adrenal Stimulants: For stress related exhaustion, for example basil, geranium, rosemary.
Anti–rheumatics: Many essences have the reputation of preventing and relieving rheumatic problems, for example angelica, coriander and juniper.
Antibiotics and bactericidal: For fighting bacterial infection, good examples being lavender, lemongrass, rosemary, teatree.
Antidepressants: For uplifting the spirits, for example bergamot, geranium, lemon, orange, rosemary, ylang ylang.
Anti-diabetics or Hypoglycemic: For helping to balance blood-sugar levels, for example geranium, juniper berry.
Anti-inflammatories: As well as helping to reduce pain and inflammation in arthritic joints, such essences also help reduce swelling around injuries for example chamomile, galbanum, lavender.
Anti-Inflammatory: Helpful for skin rashes and wounds, for example chamomile, lavender, geranium.
Antiseptic: All essential oils are antiseptic to a greater or lesser degree, though good examples include eucalyptus, lavender, teatree.
Antispasmodics: For preventing and easing menstrual pain and for easing labour, for example chamomile, clary sage, lavender, marjoram, rose otto and for easing spasm, use chamomile, fennel, peppermint.
Antivirals: For protecting against and helping to reduce serious complications of viral infections such as coughs, colds, flu, for example garlic, eucalyptus, marjoram, teatree.
Aperitifs: the aromas of most essential oils stimulate the appetite: good examples include bergamot, ginger, orange.
Balance Thyroid Secretion: For balancing excessive secretions of thyroxine. Garlic is recommended. However the juice and bulb of both garlic and onion are more effective.
Carminative and Stomachics: For flatulence and nausea, for example cardamom, fennel, peppermint.
Cholagogues: For stimulating the gall bladder and thus the flow of bile, for example lavender, peppermint.
Cicatrisant: (stimulates the growth of healthy skin cells): Helpful for burns, wounds and scars, for example chamomile, lavender, neroli.
Contain oestrogen-like substances: Some plants contain phyto-oestrogens which have been shown to help menopausal symptoms, for example fennel, hops, sage. The essential oils of these plants may also contain the same substances.
Contain Phyto-Steroids: These substances are said to resemble the male and female sex hormones and are found in frankincense and myrrh. Whether these essences exert a hormonal influence in humans has yet to be established.
Cytophylactics: For increasing the activity of white blood cells which help in our defence against infection, for example frankincense, lavender, rosemary.
Deodorant: Helpful for excessive perspiration and the cleansing of wounds, for example bergamot, cypress, lemongrass, sandalwood.
Depuratives or detoxifying agents: For helping to combat impurities in the blood and organs or to detoxify the system of metabolic wastes, for example angelica, juniper, fennel, lemon, rose otto.
Emmenagogues: For inducing menstruation and/or normalizing menstrual flow, for example chamomile, clary sage, lavender, rose otto.
Fungicidal: Helpful for fungal conditions of skin such as athlete’s foot and ringworm, for example cedarwood, lavender, lemongrass, patchouli, teatree.
Galactogogues: For stimulating the flow of mothers milk, for example fennel, lemon grass.
Anti- Galactogogues: For reducing milk flow, for example peppermint, sage.
Hepatics: For strengthening, toning and stimulating the secretive functions of the liver, for example lemon, rosemary, peppermint.
Hormone Influencing: For a broad spectrum of problems associated with the female reproductive system, for example cypress, frankincense, geranium, hops, rose otto.
Hypnotics: Specifics for inducing sleep, for example chamomile, hops, neroli.
Hypertensive’s (stimulate the circulation): Helpful for poor circulation and low blood pressure, for example black pepper, rosemary, thyme.
Hypotensive (lowers high blood pressure): for example lavender, marjoram, ylang ylang.
Insect Repellant: To repel insects such as midgets and mosquitoes, for example lavender, eucalyptus, geranium, citronella.
Nervines (strengthens the nervous system): To reduce anxiety and stress which contribute to the development of cardiovascular disease, for example chamomile, lavender, neroli, clary sage, juniper, lemongrass, patchouli.
Normalising: For stimulating or relaxing, depending on the state of the individual, for example bergamot, geranium.
Parasiticides: (prevents and destroys parasites): For treating conditions such as head lice and scabies, for example eucalyptus, lavender, rosemary, tea tree.
Rubefacients: By stimulating the periphery circulation, such essences increase the blood supply to the affected area which in turn relieves congestion and inflammation for example black peeper, geranium and, rosemary.
Sedatives: For calming a jangled nervous system, for example clary sage, lavender, marjoram, sandalwood, vetiver.
Stimulants: To help restore energy levels depleted through illness or nervous fatigue, for example black pepper, coriander, peppermint, rosemary.
Tonics and Astringents (strengthens and tones the whole system): Especially helpful for varicose veins and hemorrhoids, for example cypress, geranium, lemon.
Uterine Tonics: For toning and regulating the female reproductive system and for excessive menstruation, for example frankincense, true mellisa, rose otto.
Vermifuges: For expelling intestinal worms, for example bergamot, lavender, lemon, peppermint, thyme.
Vulneraries: For helping to heal wounds, for example frankincense, lavender, marjoram, rosemary

Q factor: The main chemical components of dill oil are d-carvone, dillapiol, dhc, eugenol.

Material used: The therapeutic properties of dill oil are antispasmodic, carminative, digestive, disinfectant, galactagogue, sedative, stomachic and sudorific.

Benefits: 

  1. Calming
  2. Helps with excess sweating due to nervous tension
  3. Hiicups 
  4. Stimulates milk flow in nursing mothers