Commonly associated with pickles dill is used medicinally and in food all around the world. Hippocrates is known for using dill to help cleanse the mouth. The seeds and leaves of the plant are used in a wide variety of culinary preparations and impart a classic flavor, as well as dietary fiber and a number of vitamins and minerals. Dill is high in antioxidants, has no calories and contains high levels of Vitamin A, and Vitamin C. Copper, potassium, manganese, and calcium are found in dill as well. Used in it’s whole form, seed, as an essential oil, tinctures, teas, and extracts dill has a wide number of applications beyond fantastic flavor and each form imparts unique healing qualities.
- Gas and Colic in Infants
- Settling Upset Stomach
- Soften Stools
- Protection Against Free Radicals
- Boosting Breastmilk Supply
Known for its long wispy green leaves dill has the scientific name Anethum graveolens. Native to the Mediterranean and Russia dill is now grown around the world. Dill is an annual which grows up to two feet high and thrives in warm climates. Many a home gardener has had success growing dill in a container in their kitchen as well. Provide dill with plenty of sun, be patient waiting for seedlings to grow, and dill will be fairly easy to maintain once established. The seeds can be harvested when the yellow flowers have turned brown, and the plant is best cut in the early morning or evening.
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Did you know dill could do so much more than flavor pickles?
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