Cultivated in England, Romania, Germany, USA, Turkey and Russia it is a sedative and antispasmodic for its calming and relaxing properties, and a antimicrobial. It also promotes milk production in mothers and is known to calm nerves.
There are several uses of dill oil, but it is popularly used in medicine, food, perfume and soap manufacturing because of its pleasant aroma. It’s known for its healing properties, such as:
- Antimicrobial — It contains a high concentration of carvone
- Antispasmodic — Its relaxing and calming effect can help pacify spasmodic attacks
- Sedative — It also has a sedating effect that may aid in inducing drowsiness