Dill, exceptional taste, has a large number
health benefits

Description dill Dill (dill scented, fennel garden) - name of the plant
of the Umbelliferae. Dill has long been cultivated in Asia (namely
the continent scientists call home dill), Europe and North Africa.
It is known that 5000 years ago, fennel was used for medicinal purposes, Egyptian
doctors. And in the Middle Ages it was widely distributed throughout Europe and
applied not only in food and medicinal purposes, but also used
to protect against witchcraft. Currently in the wild fennel can be found
in the Minor and Central Asia, North Africa and around the Himalayas,
and garden plants as it is grown widely in all continents
except Antarctica. Dill has a characteristic strong odor and flavor, thanks to
which is widely used as a spice. Greens and fruits of dill
used both in fresh and in dried or salted, adding to
taste of various dishes and conservation. It is used and essential oil
obtained from the fennel, it is used in food, alcoholic beverage, canning
and soap industries. Ingredients 100g of fennel fennel contains on average:
* Water - 85.5 g * Protein - 2.5g Fat * - 0.5 * g Carbohydrate - 6.3 g (ie
Part of mono-and disaccharides - 6.2 g) * Dietary fiber (cellulose) - 2.8 g * Organic
acid - 0.1 g * Ash - 2.3 g Vitamins dill in: * Vitamin A (beta carotene)
- 4.5 mg Vitamin B1 (thiamine) - 0.03 mg Vitamin B2 (riboflavin) - 0.1
mg * Niacin (vitamin B3 or vitamin PP) - 1.4 mg Vitamin B5 (pantothenic
acid) - 0.3 mg Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) - 024 mg * Folic Acid
(Vitamin B9) - 27 mcg Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) - 100 mg Vitamin
E (tocopherol) - 1.7 mg Nutrients in dill * Potassium - 335 mg * Calcium
- 223 mg * Magnesium - 70 mg * Sodium - 43 mg * Phosphorus - 93 mg Micronutrients
in dill * Iron - 1.6 mg * Manganese - 1.26 mg * Copper - 146 mcg * Zinc
- 0.91 mg Calories 100 g dill fennel contains on average about
40 kcal. dill dill dill Health benefits increases appetite, improves
metabolism and normalizes the digestive system.
It is useful for insomnia, flatulence, hypertension, gastritis anatsidnom, cystitis
and other kidney diseases, relieves headaches and generally favorable
effect on cardiac function. In addition fennel has a strong diuretic
and choleretic effect, is used in dietary obesity
and liver and gall bladder, and as a means to enhance
secretion of milk in nursing mothers. Freshly brewed infusion dill
taken to lower blood pressure, relaxation of the intestine and
headaches and increased irritability. Decoction of dill improves digestion
system, it is also prescribed for severe hiccups, and coughs. Use dill
for cosmetic purposes: dill infusion used in the form of lotions,
relieves the redness and inflammation around the eyes. Beware, dill! Dill and his
drugs are contraindicated for people suffering from low
pressure. But even healthy people can cause abuse of dill
syncope, temporary loss of vision or lead to an overall decline in strength.

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