DILL SEEDS

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dill seeds

Dill, scientifically known as Anethum graveolens, has been used for culinary and medicinal purposes for hundreds of years. [1] Both its seeds and leaves can be used. Apart from giving a strong, tangy, appetizing flavor and taste,

 

It has many medicinal properties, which mainly come from certain compounds called monoterpenes, as well as flavonoids, minerals, and certain amino acids.

Dill can be a perennial or annual herb, depending on where it is cultivated in the world. It can be used dry as a topping for a number of meals, but it is also used as an ingredient in many meals. For herbalists who want to grow their own dill, it is important to cultivate this herb in warm to hot summers, with plenty of sunshine.

Origin :  Sri Lanka

Packaging :  Nature Spices

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DILL seeds
DILL seeds
nutrition table
– 8.9%
– 31.4%
– 12.4g / 100g
- 376 kcal / 100g
- 20.5%
- 17.1%
- 0.5%
- 246mg / kg
Saturated Fatty Acid
Carbohydrate
Dietary Fiber
Energy
Fat
Protein
Sugar
Sodium
PACKAGING QUANTITIES
25g
50g
100g
–APIACEAE
–ANETHUM GRAVEOLENS
–dill seeds
Family               
Botanical name 
Common Name
Adult reference intake per each 2g of portion of raw curry powder  contains :
Energy
32.72kj
7.82 kcal
<1%
Fat
0.44g
<1%
Saturates
0.40g
<1%
Sugar
0.03g
<1%
Salt
0.00g
<1%
Typical values per 100g:
Energy 391.00 kcal 1635.94 kj

HEALTH BENEFITS

The health benefits of dill include its ability to boost digestion, as well as provide relief from insomnia, hiccups, diarrhea, dysentery, menstrual disorders, respiratory disorders, and various types of cancers.

 

It is also good for oral care and can be a powerful boost for your immune system. It can also protect you from bone degradation. It is also an anti-inflammatory substance, which means that it can protect you against arthritis. Furthermore, it can reduce excess gas, and is and is considered a carminative