Dill is an aromatic plant in the celery family Apiaceae. The plant is grown for its leaves that are used as a herb. The leaves are soft and are blue-green in color.
Fresh dill is available only in summers whereas dried dill leaves are available throughout the year. Choose fresh dill for instant use and also dry some and store for later use.
Diabetic patients must carefully consume dill as it tends to lower the blood sugar level. It may also cause skin cancer. Those who are allergic to carrot family as they may prove sensitive to dill as well and it may cause allergic reactions.(2)
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