Dill

(Anethum graveolens) is member of the parsley family and native to the Mediterranean region and Southern Russia. It has been used in food, perfume, incense, to promote digestion, and to clear the energy in the room. It is rich in calcium, potassium, and manganese.

Dill is an antispasmodic, aromatic, it lowers glucose levels by normalizing insulin levels. Try chewing a few seeds to help clear up halitosis.

Seasoning with dill can make your food more appetizing, and digestible.  Dill is used in pickles, cheeses, potato dishes, and salad dressings, and in some cultures cakes and pastries.