The ever-charming Audrey Hepburn rightly said, “To plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow.” Gardening is like meditating. You find deep relaxation as you nurture the seeds you sow and see them grow into healthy, strong plants. If you have your own kitchen garden, you can often eat farm-fresh[.....]
Dill leaves and seeds have been used in traditional medicine. Dill can aid in digestion by enhancing the movement of food in the gastrointestinal tract, fight infections and oxidative damage, lower cholesterol, increase insulin sensitivity, and even fight cancer. It's particularly good for women as it can reduce menstrual pain and irregularity, tackle PCOS symptoms, and promote lactation.
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