doTERRA Dill Oil Product Description

With a spicy flavor and a variety of health benefits, Dill essential oil is an ideal household oil. In the kitchen, the sweet taste of Dill can be used in a variety of dishes to enhance the flavor of salads, potatoes, fish, curry, vegetables and rice. Dill oil can also be used internally to support digestion and the overall health of the gastrointestinal tract, while providing important antioxidants to the body.* The powerful internal benefits of Dill can help purify the body's systems.* When used aromatically, Dill spreads a fresh, grassy scent that can help reduce stress and anxious feelings.

Dill Oil Use

  • The Eteric Oil extracted from Dill has the ability to support digestion and the overall health of the gastrointestinal tract.* It supports digestion by stimulating the digestive juices in the stomach.* Its distinct flavor can also stimulate the salivary glands to help the digestive process.*
  • When taken internally, Dill oil provides important antioxidants.* Antioxidants are essential for the body because they fight oxidation. Put drops of Dill essential oil in a Veggie Capsule and take it.
  • Experience the spicy aroma of Dill oil by diffusing it in your home. Dill fills any room with its light, refreshing scent and can be used alone or in a blend of essential oils. For an emotionally renewing diffuser blend, incorporate Dill oil with Bergamot and Lemon essential oils to reduce stress and anxious feelings.
  • In addition to the other internal benefits of Dill, Dill oil can be taken internally to help purify body systems.* For quick results, dilute one drop of Dill essential oil in 4 fl. oz. of liquid, and drink up.
  • Looking for an easy way to spice up your meals? Use doTERRA Dill oil before preparing your next savory dish – you'll love the fresh taste it brings. Dill oil is known for its ability to enhance the flavor of various cuisines. Add Dill oil to your marinades, soups, and salads for a sweet, spicy kick that will enliven your taste buds.
  • For a peaceful night's sleep, drink a cup of tea with Dill essential oil before going to bed. This tea is easily made by adding one to two drops of Dill oil to herbal tea before bedtime. Dill oil, combined with the herbal tea, provides the ideal concoction for a relaxing night's sleep.*
  • Canning is a wonderful way to extend the shelf life of perishable goods so you can enjoy them later. When canning vegetables, add dill oil to the jar before closing the lid. The essential oil of dill helps preserve fresh vegetables from the garden.
  • Create a dish rich in flavor and culture by making Ildikó's Hungarian Lángos and Cucumber Dill Oil Dip. This Dill essential oil recipe combines tasty vegetables with sour cream and Dill essential oil to make the perfect companion for delicious lángos. For an impressive Dill essential oil dip that is sure to please, make this dish for your next gathering with friends.

Fun fact

The word “dill” comes from the Norwegian word “dilla” meaning “soothe.” This refers to the calming properties of dill.

Description of the plant

The dill plant, Anethum graveolens, is an annual plant widely grown in herb, vegetable and flower gardens. The plant usually grows about two to three feet tall. Its stems are stiff and hollow and covered with aromatic, blue-green leaves separated into thin, thread-like segments. The flowers of the plant are yellow and grow in flattened, compound umbels.1 doTERRA Dill essential oil is extracted from the seed of the plant.

Chemistry of Dill Oil

Main chemical constituents: carvone, limonene, α-phellandrene

The main chemical constituent of Dill essential oil is carvone. Carvone has a monoterpene backbone with a ketone functional group. According to a recently published study by Brazilian neuroscientists, the type of carvone found in Dill, in an experimental preclinical study, showed a statistically significant calming effect against a heightened state of arousal.* This finding suggests that Dill essential oil may support healthy nervous system function. *

Oils that mix well with Dill oil

Dill oil mixes well with citrus oils such as Lime, Wild Orange, Bergamot, and Lemon essential oils for atomization.


Possible skin sensitivity. Keep out of reach of children. Consult your doctor if you are pregnant, nursing or under treatment by a doctor. Avoid contact with eyes, internal ears and sensitive areas.

doTERRA Dill Essential Oil (5ml)

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