Friday, 21 November 2014

Dill Seed

Dill Seed

Dill Seed also known as Suva Dana. They are easily recognized by their wide, flat, tear-shaped pods with light brown borders and dark, oak-like centers.

Dill Seeds have a much more potent flavor, similar to a combination of anise and celery. The flat, yellow flowers umbels of late summer give way to the seeds in fall. Dill seed has a camphorous, slightly bitter flavor and has a delicate flavor. 

Usage/Benefits of Dill Seeds:

  • Drinking dill tea is recommended for those suffering from insomnia.
  • Gripe water is made with dill seed specifically as a remedy for colic in infants.
  • Since dill seeds were traditionally used to soothe the stomach after meals, place some seeds in a small dish and place it on the dinner table for all to enjoy.
  • Dill seed is a very good source of calcium, dietary fiber, as well as the minerals manganese, iron, and magnesium. 
  • When chewed, dill seeds can be highly effective in curing bad breath.
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