Legend: Used since ancient times especially in northern Europe for medicinal and culinary purposes. Much like Fennel seeds, It is said that Dill seeds were chewed by early Americans to suppress their appetites during church services. The name Dill is derived from the Norse word Dilla meaning to ‘lull’, relating to the calminative properties of the herb.
Heal your Body: Stimulating and helpful for disorders of the digestion, offers relief from flatulence and constipation. Beneficial for nervous vomiting and hiccups (antispasmodic) and breathing. Seems to calm nervous conditions which are accompanied by throbbing headaches & excess sweating. Can also be used to regulate or suppress sexual impulses. Promotes milk flow for mothers.
Botanical Name: Anethum graveolens
Place of Origin: India
Plant Part: Seeds
Strength of Aroma: Mild – Medium
Aromatic Scent: Fresh, herbaceous and spicy, a lot like the herb dill
Common Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled
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