|Dill Tips||Product Name|
|Anethum graveolens||Latin Name|
|Dill Tips (Weed) – Dill Seeds||Product Forms|
|From October to April||Season Crop|
|All over the Year||Availability time|
|– Dill Tips // 6 MT per 20 FCL & 14 MT per 40 FCL (HC)
– Seeds // 15 MT per 20 FCL & 25 MT per 40 FCL (HC)
|– Paper bags
– PP Bags with Liner plastic bags
|its color is dark green, with aromatic taste.
Its Egyptian Origin and grown in Beni Suef & Giza.
Dill Tips is dried naturally by sun or mechanically by machine dryer, and its used in wide range in foods besides it use for remedy of upset stomach. Dill also helps stimulate appetite.
Dill is native to the Mediterranean regions and southern Russia and is known to have been cultivated as far back as 3000 BC by the ancient Babylonians and Assyrians. Dill was known to the Romans, who regarded it as a symbol of vitality, the herb being used to cover food given to the gladiators. In Arab Countries commonly used to fattoush and pickles, fish dishes, flavor cabbage dishes, including mahshi koronb, spice in salads, flavor, omelette alongside parsley.
In Europe dill is a favorite herb to accompany poached salmon. Dill used in many traditional medicines, including those against jaundice, headache, boils, lack of appetite, stomach problems, nausea, liver problems, and many other ills.
Dill seeds can also be used to prepare herbal tea. In ancient Greece fragrance was made from the leaves of dill. Also, athletes used to spread essence of dill all over their body, as muscle toner. Also uses as both a carminative stomach soother and an insomnia reliever. Protection Against Free Radicals and Carcinogens, An Anti-Bacterial Spice, A Flavorful Way to Help Prevent Bone Loss