dill oil


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dill oil

[′dil ‚ȯil]
(materials)
A yellowish essential oil, soluble in propylene glycol, slightly soluble in glycerine, obtained by steam distillation of the dill plant Anethum graveolens; chief ingredient is carvone.
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Carvone (14-58%), found to be one of the main components in Cuban [5, 6], Romanian and Kazakhstan [4], and Hungarian [7] dill oils, occurred in trace amounts in the Estonian dill oil analysed.