Latin Name: anethum graveolens
Alternative Name: aneton, dill weed, dilly, garden dill.
Forms Available: essential oil, flower, leaf, stem, fruit, seeds
Dill – Anethum graveolens – Uniquely flavored, Dill offers culinary “seeds” and leaves, but the choicest flavor is in the fresh immature green seed heads. They give character to dill pickles, vinegar and potato salad. Distilled seed oil is colorless to pale yellow, with a light, fresh, warm-spicey scent and flavors drinks, food and infant gripe water for colic. The seeds aid digestion, and their infusion reduces flatulence, hiccups, stomach pains, and insomnia. A seed decoction gives a nail-strengthening bath.
Aromatherapy & Health Uses: Oil – Colic; Constipation; Dyspepsia; Flatulence; Headaches; Indigestion; Nervousness; Amenorrhea.
Other Uses: Seeds draw money, Leaves for protection, Flowers for love and defense. Protective when hung at the door, no one ill-disposed or envious of you can enter your house. Smell Dill to cure hiccups.
[Purchase Dill Based Products]