doTERRA dill essential oil has a unique flavor and dill has been used for centuries for its culinary uses as well as digestive benefits.
Did You Know?
Dill is an annual herb in the Apiaceae family and is also the sole species of the genus Anethum. Talk about being kind of a big “dill.” 😉
The Main Problem That We All Face
Having digestion issues or cellular damage due to stressors and oxidants are no fun. Dill helps to sooth digestive discomfort and has powerful antioxidants to combat free radicals. The top 5 benefits are listed below.
Top 5 Uses Of Dill Essential Oil
1.) Supports digestive and overall GI health: Rub 1-2 drops on your abdomen area when there’s discomfort in that area to get relief.
2.) Purifying to the body’s systems: Take 1-2 drops in a vegetable capsule before meals.
3.) Powerful source of antioxidants: Helps to combat free radicals that cause cell damage. Diffuse 3-5 drops in a 4 hour diffuser.
4.) Natural food preservative: Use 1-2 drops per 8 ounces to help preserve vegetables when canning.
5.) Enhances flavor of foods: Add to marinades, soups, salad dressings, dips, or homemade pickles for an extra boost of flavor when they call for the dill plant.
Dill Essential Oil Blends Best With
1.) Bergamot essential oil: I like using dill oil and lemon oil with bergamot for a nice stress relieving blend.
2.) Lemon essential oil: Lemon is very uplifting and invigorating and pairs up nicely with dill oil in a diffuser.
3.) Grapefruit essential oil: Any citrus oil will be a good combination with dill oil, but grapefruit seems to have it’s own personality and zest when they mix.
Dill oil is used in many cultures to flavor soups, rice, fish, meats, pickles, potatoes, curry, and a host of others dishes. It’s use in food, digestive benefits, and antioxidants are what make it a great all around oil.
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