Dill Essential Oil
Action: soothing,antispasmodic, antiseptic, expectorant, wound healing, anti-itching, hypotensive, stimulating the appetite, laxative, anthelmintic, diuretic, stimulating menstruation, lowering excess sexual energy, aids digestion, displays toxins from the body. Indications: insomnia, depression, sores, itchy skin, allergic dermatitis, acne, bronchitis, pneumonia, povrashane, hiccups, stomach, intestinal and spastic colic, spastic constipation, flatulence, worms, difficulty in micturition, edema, cystitis, gout, hemorrhoids, hypersexuality, stimulating menstruation, indigestion, lack of appetite, kidney stones, alcohol poisoning, inflammation of the gums. Contraindicated for epileptics, hypotensive, pregnant women, nursing mothers and children, and people with individual intolerance to the oil. Contraindicated have baths with essential oil dill. Internal administration - under medical supervision. Route of administration: Inhalation: 3 drops dill oil of 2 liters of water for 10 minutes - colds, tonsillitis, cough, bronchitis, laryngitis, insomnia, promote digestion. Massage: Cellulite, premenstrual syndrome, osteoarthritis, aging skin and wrinkles on the face, in reduced muscle tone. The intense smell of fennel helps with lack of appetite. Keep away from children. Meets 14AT 12. For external use only.