Anethum Graveolens

Anethum Graveolens (Dill Seed Oil)

The genus name Anethum is derived from the Greek word “Aneeson” or “Aneeton”, which means strong smelling. The origin of the plant is uncertain, but it is known that it was used in the Egyptian civilization 5000 years ago. The Essential Oil is extracted through the steam distillation of dill seeds.

Applications

• Pharmaceutical
• Fragrance
• Skin
• Health
• Food
• Ayurveda


Active Ingredients

The major compounds found in dill seed oil are carvone (62.48%) and limonene (20%). The oil also consists of α-phellandrene, diihydrocarvone, eugenol, anethole, flavonoids, coumarins, triterpenes, phenolic acids, and umbelliferones.


 

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Pharmacological Activities


  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Antifungal
  • Antimicrobial
  • Anti-bacterial
  • Antiseptic
  • Antispasmodic
  • Antioxidant
  • Calmative
  • Carminative
  • Decongestive
  • Depurative
  • Digestive
  • Galactogogue
  • Hypolipidemic
  • Spasmolytic
  • Antidiabetic

 

Facts


Scientific Name              :         Anethum Graveolens

Family                               :         Apiaceae

Common Name              :         Dill

Country of Origin            :         India

Colour                                :         Pale Yellow

Odour                                 :         Fresh, grassy, sweet and slightly spicy

Solubility                           :         Soluble in alcohol and oil

Extraction Method          :         Steam Distillation

Part Used                           :         Seeds

Concoction:

  • Angelica oil
  • Aniseed oil
  • Bergamot oil
  • Black Pepper oil
  • Caraway seed oil
  • Cardamom oil
  • Cinnamon leaf oil
  • Coriander seed oil
  • Elemi oil
  • Fennel (sweet) oil
  • Grapefruit oil
  • Juniper berry oil
  • Lemon oil
  • Lime oil
  • Mandarin oil
  • May Chung oil
  • Nutmeg oil
  • Orange oil
  • Peppermint oil
  • Spearmint oil
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Health Benefits:

  • A remedy for endometriosis
  • Detoxifies the body
  • Clears flatulence
  • Relieves muscle cramps
  • Cures dyspepsia
  • Promotes healthy skin
  • Soothes bronchial congestion

References

  • Dahiya and Purkayastha, 2012, Pathak et al., 2014, Naseri and Heidari 2007
  • Elgayyar et al. 2001, Tian et al. 2011, Valadi et al. 2010
  • Deweer et al. 2013, Ebadollahi et al. 2012, Velioglu et al. 1998
  • Madani et al. 2005, Koppula and Choi 2011, Mahran et al. 1992
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