11. Menstrual Disorders
The essential oils present in dill stimulate secretion of certain hormones which helps to maintain proper menstrual cycles in women.
12. Respiratory Disorders
Dill contains various components of flavonoids and monoterpenes which act as anti-congestive and anti-histaminic in nature. This helps to clear over-crowding respiratory system due to histamine, allergies or cough.
13. Oral Care
Dill seeds and leaves are effective mouth and breath fresheners due to it’s germicidal, antioxidant and disinfectant properties. Using dill helps to stop microbial infections in the mouth and their antioxidants minimize the damage caused to gums and teeth by free radicals.
Dill contains monoterpenes which activate the secretion of an enzyme called glutathione-S-transferase. This enzyme is highly effective in neutralizing carcinogens, especially Cyano- and Benzo- derivatives and free radicals, hence preventing the risk of cancer. Including dill herb in diet can be effective cancer prevention step.
15. Good for liver health
Studies has show, eating dill protects the liver from excess fat caused due to oxidative stress.
16. Good for heart health
Dill has hypolipidemic activity and helps to reduced total cholesterol, triglyceride and low density lipoprotein cholesterol i.e bad cholesterol. It also significantly increase high density lipoprotein cholesterol (HDL-C) i.e good cholesterol. Hence, dill is a promising cardioprotective agent.
17. Increases elasticity of skin
Dill helps to promote elastogenesis in the aging skin by inducing lysyl oxidase-like (LOXL) , which are responsible for elastin cross-linking.