Dill

CODE: 42

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Latin name: Anethum graveolens
French names: Aneth, Fenouil bâtard
Other English names: Garden dill
Extracted from: Seeds 
 
  • Dill develops a subtle vision. 
  • A drop on the solar plexus gives energy during burnout and fatigue. 
  • A drop on the forehead increases alertness. 
  • To eradicate microbes hidden in mucus (in combination with another anti-infectious essential oil). 
 
Dill is an umbelliferous (botanical family of carrot, fennel, cumin, etc.) which worships sun. Besides, its flowers (and character!) are of the same colour as this star. Its foliage is all about air and movement, lace and lightness. Stroking this plant is like being caressed by the most delicate hands. The plant showing so much lightness with its leaves (which easily break) compared to its powerful essential oil, it echoes particularly well with those who are fragile without necessarily admitting it.
 
It is commonly accepted that dill takes care of oneself after deep fatigue. But it is also interesting to know that we are probably not the first ones to realise it. Dill, derived from former Anglo-Saxon "dylle", comes from the Norwegian word "dilla" which means "to rock." Charlemagne already gave it to his guests after banquets to calm them down when they had drunk too much. Long before that, a full description of the plant was found in the Ebers Papyrus dating 1,500 years BC, in Amenhotep II's tomb. The country of pharaohs had then been using it medicinally for 5,000 years already. Last but not least, dill remains were also found in Neolithic lake villages in Switzerland.
 

Reminds you that you are not alone in the world. 

Increases and stimulates alertness. 

Reminds us of the fragility of our bodies. Reduces irritability. 

Indicated for those who are disillusioned... 

... and for those who are tired of being obsessed with useless micro-details.

Allows you to look inside at uneasy emotions. Supports the quest of vision.

Anticatarrhal, Mucolytique, Expectorant
Cholagogue, Stimule l’expulsion de la bile
Cholérétique, Stimule la production de bile
Digestif, Apéritif
Carminatif, Facilite l’expulsion de gaz intestinaux
Tonique hépatique, Hépatotonique, Tonique du foie
Draineur du foie, Dépuratif hépatique
Antihalitosique, Combat la mauvaise haleine
Spasmolytique, Antispasmodique
Hypotenseur adaptogène
Anticoagulant adaptogène
Galactogène, Stimulateur de la sécrétion lactée
Antinauséeux, Antivomitif
Anti-inflammatoire (au niveau rénal)
Diurétique
Catarrhe, Mucus
Lithiase biliaire, Calculs biliaires, Boue biliaire (attention expulse)
Insuffisance de sécrétion biliaire, Repas gras
Affection hépatique, Surcharge hépatique, Repas gras
Digestion lourde, Indigestion, Repas copieux, Manque d’appétit
Ballonnements, Gaz intestinaux, Crampes intestinales
Mauvaise haleine, Halitose
Hypertension artérielle, HTA, Pression élevée
Thrombose, Sang épaissi, Hypercoagulation
Manque de lait, Montée de lait insuffisante
Nausées de voyage, Nausées de grossesse, Vomissements
Néphrite, Pyélonéphrite

Centres Pitta around its useful features
Stimulates Kapha
Reduces Vata

Monoterpenes (10-25% d-limonene, alpha- and beta-pinene 10-20% each)
Monoterpene ketones (30-50% carvone) Carvone is accepted not to be toxic to humans.
Ethers (dill-ether)
Furanocoumarins (ligustolide)
Pyranocoumarins (umbelliferone)
 

        Batch, DILL2001/174  (PDF, 282 Ko, French)

No contraindications within physiological dosage.
We test every batch for possible photosensitivity.
Keep out of reach of children.
Children, pregnant women and ketone-reactive people: 
Exacerbated caution would recommend external use only.
 
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