Dill is one of the common herbaceous spices that can be called an absolute favorite on the table of Ukrainians. Dill odorous (garden) is a spicy herbaceous annual (lat. - Anethum graveolens) with a strong refreshing taste and smell, belonging to the umbrella family, originally from the Mediterranean countries. In Ukraine it is cultivated everywhere. Dill extracts and oils are used in medicine, in cooking, in cosmetology and the perfume industry.
The online store “Bank of Spice” offers to buy dried dill in bulk at prices that are below average on the market. Wholesale price tags will save money, even if you purchase goods for your own consumption.
Dill spice in cooking
When creating a culinary product, you can use green leaves, seeds and essential oil. Seasoning is especially good in pickles, sauces and marinades. Greens are seasoned with first, second courses and side dishes.
Dried fragrant herb is a part of many spice blends. Its seeds are used as a flavoring in baked goods, to flavor oils and vinegar. The aroma of dill seeds is revealed during the heat treatment, so they are bookmarked at the very beginning.
Dry greens are stored in a hermetically sealed container within a year.
Application in medicine
Spicy grass contains carotene, vitamins, minerals, essential oils and flavonoids. Preparations with dill:
- lower the pressure;
- eliminate insomnia, neuroses;
- help fight angina pectoris, obesity, diabetes, salt deposition.
Dill decoction relieves inflammation in conjunctivitis and is used in the treatment of eye diseases. A healthy plant stimulates the liver and kidneys, relieves coughing, relieves hiccups.