DILL SEEDS

The seed is light brown, winged and oval, with one side flat, with two ridges. The other side is convex with three ridges and three oil channels. Seeds are about 3.5 mm (0.15 in) long. Dill is the dried fruit of the herb Anethum graveolens, which belongs to the parsley family. Dill seeds are oval-shaped, soft and fluffy and has a pungent and aromatic flavor.
Scientific Name: 
Anethum Graveolens
Family Name:
Apiaceae
Commercial part: 
Fruit
Name in international languages:
Spanish Eneldo Italian Aneto
French Aneth Portuguese Endro
German Dill Russian Ukrop
Swedish Dill Japanese
Arabic Shibith Chinese Shin-Lo
Dutch Dille  Hindi

Botany:
Dill is an annual herb of parsley family, 45-75 cm in height, with finely feathered blue-green fern-like leaves and hollow stems. It produces small open umbels of creamy-yellow flowers in summer followed by dark brown seeds. The fruit, or seed, is broadly oval in shape, about 0.14 inch (3.5 mm) long, with three longitudinal dorsal ridges and two wing-like lateral ridges.
Uses & Application:
The whole seeds and the seed oil have carminative properties and have been used in treating flatulent colic. Often taken as ‘dill water’ to relieve digestive problems and flatulence. It is used widely to cure insomnia and hiccups. Occasionally dill is used to perfume cosmetics. A medicinal oil is distilled from leaves, stems and seeds.
Packaging Details:

  • 25 Kg, 40 Kg & 50 Kg New Jute / Gunny Bags with or without inner bag / poly lined.
  • 25 Kg & 50 Kg Poly Propylene (PP) Bags
  • Or as per customers specification / requirement.

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