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Latin Name: Anethum graveolens

Family: Apiaceae

Genus: Anethum

Distribution Area: widely used as herbs in Europe and central Asia

Botanical Information: Dill is an odorous plant with a straight stem, growing no more than 120 cm. The dill stem is thin and branchy and is painted in a dark green color. The leaves of the plant are egg-shaped, depending on the location they have different shapes. For example, the lower leaves are long, located on wide petioles. The leaves at the top of the stem are sessile and sheathing. Dill flowers are collected in large umbels. Dill seeds are ovate.


Essential oil of dill contains phytoncides. There are vitamins A, C, folic acid, calcium and potassium in the composition of dill.


Dill might be contraindicated when:

A person has sensitive skin: dill sometimes can cause skin irritation, when put on the skin as a remedy.

Pregnancy and breastfeeding: dill consumption during these periods is possibly unsafe, because dill seed can strengthen the bleeding, so that can cause menstruation and provoke a miscarriage. The safety of taking dill during breastfeeding is proved insufficiently. It is better to take dill in quantity of food when breastfeeding.

Having allergy to plants of the carrot family.


“He plants trees to benefit another generation”

Caecilius Statius

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