In the middle ages, a little bag of dill was worn on the chest to ward off witches and the “evil eye.” However, around the world, it’s mainly used for its digestive properties. In addition to its culinary uses, this plant is part of many traditional medicines to help digestion and strengthen health, many of which remain useful to this day. And, as they say, dill is a good cure for hiccups.

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Associated Nutrients - Dill

  • Potassium
  • Sodium
  • Sulphur

Associated Qualities - Dill

  • Helps to digestion
  • Relieves insomnia
  • Fight against nervous fatigue
  • Powerful antioxidant