Description. Dill contains a number of vitamins - C, P, B1, B2, B, PP, folic acid, minerals: iron, phosphorus, calcium, potassium. Dills properties are anti-bacterial, expectorant, antispasmodic, anti-inflammatory, galactogogue, stomachic, emmenagogue, sedative, anti-bacterial, calmative, and carminative. Dill contains flavinoids, polyacetylenes, with potential anti-tumor and anti-cancer properties. It is stimulant, aromatic, carminative and stomachic. It is usually given as dillwater which is very good for children flatulence or disordered digestion. Amongst its other properties, Dill is known as a diuretic. However, its main purpose is for calming the digestive system. The essential oil found in Dill assists in relieving intestinal spasms and griping so it can be found in many gripe water mixtures and for those suffering from colds and other such related ailments, dill is often added to cold and flu remedies.Dill seeds infusion dicreases blood pressure and widens blood vessels. Use. Dill seed is naturally high in mineral salts. A tea of dill seed will be of value in case of flatulence, hiccups, indigestion, insomnia, stomach or menstrual cramps, colds, flu, colic, and will increase lactation. Dill is used after eating to aid digestion and as a breath freshener. The seeds are diuretic. Dill stimulates appetite, aids digestion, calms and tones the digestive system. Dill is safe for use in colic and certain digestive complaints in children. Soaking fingernails in the tea will strengthen them.
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