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âWe have finally started to notice that there is real curative value in local herbs and remedies. In fact, we are also becoming aware that there are little or no side effects to most natural remedies, and that they are often more effective than Western medicine.â ~Anne Wilson Schaef
Lemon Braised Chicken and Beans with Mint Pesto
Crunchy Spring Salad with Dill Dressing
Grilled Carrots with Lemon and Dill
Roasted Cauliflower and Potato Soup with Dill Whipped Cream
Golden Quinoa Salad with Lemon, Dill and Avocado
Zucchini with Yoghurt-Dill Sauce
Yoghurt Biscuits with Dill
Hungarian Style Summer Squash with Dill
Lemon Dill Chicken Skewers
Dill itself is an appetizer and therefore extensively used in culinary applications. The essential oils present in dill are stimulating and they activate the secretion of bile and digestive juices. These oils also stimulate peristaltic motion of the intestine, easing the passage of bowel movements and relieving constipation. The essential oils found in herbs have peculiar and powerful properties. They are simultaneously stimulating, sedative, and hypnotic, that is, they stimulate as well as pacify. The essential oils in dill are no exception. The flavonoids and vitamin-B complex present in its essential oils, since they are stimulating in nature, activate the secretion of certain enzymes and hormones which have calming and hypnotic effects, thereby helping people get a good nightâs sleep.
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