Dill Essential Oil

Dill Essential Oil

Anethum graveolens

Dill essential oil is for use aromatically and topically while Dill Vitality essential oil is dietary and therefore can be ingested.  Both bottles contain the same essential oil and differ only in the way they are labeled.  The designation of the two products allows you to share all the ways to use essential oils in the correct and FDA approved way.

Dill essential oil is produced from the distillation of the whole plant and is believed to be calming when used aromatically. This oil can be blended with Roman Chamomile to enhance any relaxing aromatic experience.

Dill

How to use: For aromatic or topical use.  Diffuse, inhale, or add to bath water.  Apply to crown of head, back of neck, behind ears or inside wrists.  Possible skin sensitivity.

  1. Diffuse dill to emit a fresh, grassy scent that can help ease and calm the mind.  It’s a great oil to diffuse as part of your bedtime routine.
  2. Dill combines well with Bergamot and Lemon.  Try diffusing this combination for a light, refreshing, emotionally renewing scent.
  3. Rub a few drops on your belly or add to a hot bath for a  soothing experience.

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*Disclaimer: I provide my personal opinion and experiences with essential oils, and I am not endorsed by the Young Living Corporation. None of what I talk about on this site has been evaluated by the FDA, nor is it intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. I am not a registered physician and I encourage you to discuss your health concerns with your own doctor. I simply share resources and tools based on my own personal experiences.

Dill Vitality Essential Oil

Dill Vitality

(Anethum graveolens)

dietary

Dill essential oil is for use aromatically and topically while Dill Vitality essential oil is dietary and therefore can be ingested.  Both bottles contain the same essential oil and differ only in the way they are labeled.  The designation of the two products allows you to share all the ways to use essential oils in the correct and FDA approved way.

Dill (Anethum graveolens) oil has a spicy, fresh scent that is stimulating, revitalizing, and balancing. Use dill essential oil for cooking or preparing food to enhance flavor.

According to wikipedia, it is also known as Indian Dill and originally from Southwest Asia, Dill is an annual or biennial herb that grows up to 1 meter (3 feet). It has green feathery leaves and umbels of small yellow flowers, followed by tiny compressed seeds.

One of dill’s more popular uses is as an aid to weight loss due to it’s ability to curb sugar cravings.  So go and get your dill on to help maintain normal weight 🙂

dill vitality

How to use: For internal use. To use as a dietary supplement, add to food, water or other beverages. Can also place a few drops in a vegetable capsule and take internally to support overall wellness.

  1. Flavorant: Use in your favorite cooking dish!  Best to start small by dipping a toothpick in the oil and then dragging it through your food
  2. Potato Salad: Add 1–2 drops of Dill essential oil to potato salad.
  3. Olive Oil: infuse a bottle of extra virgin olive oil with herbs and a few drops of Young Living’s Dill essential oil to make a fantastic salad dressings, a drizzle over pasta dishes, a dip for artisan bread, or a marinade for your favorite meats and vegetables
  4. Essential Dill Dip: https://www.youngliving.com/blog/recipe-finalist-no-1-essential-dill-dip/
  5. Tomato Cucumber summer salad: https://www.youngliving.com/blog/summer-recipes-with-essential-oils/

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Disclaimer: I provide my personal opinion and experiences with essential oils, and I am not endorsed by the Young Living Corporation. None of what I talk about on this site has been evaluated by the FDA, nor is it intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. I am not a registered physician and I encourage you to discuss your health concerns with your own doctor. I simply share resources and tools based on my own personal experiences.