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Anethum graveolens

Anethum graveolens (Dill) is a vegetable whose fruits (not commonly eaten) have traditionally been used for intestinal and feminine health. Preliminary trials on triglycerides fail to show promise, and most therapeutic usages are still unexplored.

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The Human Effect Matrix summarizes human studies to tell you what effects Anethum graveolens has on your body, how much evidence there is, and how strong these effects are.

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Grade Level of Evidence
Robust research conducted with repeated double-blind clinical trials
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12 week supplementation of dill, yet not 8 weeks for some reason, was able to reduce blood platelet concentrations in obese persons with metabolic syndrome (600mg dill)
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Also Known As

Dill, Lao coriander, Pakchee Lao

  • Allergies to dill have been reported, and it seems that there is cross reactivity between dill and fennel, coriander, caraway, and aniseed; if allergic to one of those following, you may have a sensitivity to dill and dill containing supplements

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