Dill Seed Tincture

Anethum graveolens

4oz and larger are sold for refilling, they are not intended for daily use. Store product away from direct sunlight with lids tightened to maintain the integrity of the product.

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Dill has a profound effect on blood sugar levels. When I have let mine slide, usually through stupidity on my part, just sniffing the essential oil seems to help. It is my belief that the blood sugar stabilizing effects of Dill, and the fact that as a digestive tonic it quells nausea and relieves gas pains, is the reason why so many women crave Dill pickles during pregnancy. Or perhaps pregnant women crave Dill because of it’s high concentration of magnesium. Magnesium supplementation often turns early toxemia right around and allows the pregnancy to continue normally, without fear. Dill makes a useful addition to cough, cold, and flu remedies, and is a mild diuretic. Dill increases milk production, and when the herb is consumed regularly by nursing mothers, it helps the baby to avoid colic.
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Dill Seed Tincture

Latin Name:
Anethum graveolens

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Available In:
Tincture, Dry Herb Pack, Essential Oil, Blessed Water

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