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Dill Seed, Whole (Anethum graveolens)

Dill Seed, Whole (Anethum graveolens)

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Dill Seed

Dill is a protective herb that originates in Asia, and has spread all over the world. Many and diverse groups of people believed in the power of this aromatic plant. It is used in many ways but mostly to attract love and abundance, and to protect against negative energies. Some Cool bullet points:
- Dill originates from the Norse word “dilla” which means to “lull” or “soothe”. 
- Dill seeds are often called “meetinghouse seeds” because they were chewed during long church services to keep members awake or children quiet.
- In the Middle Ages, dill was believed to provide protection from witchcraft. For example, in England it was used to counteract the evil influence of spells and was believed to be especially powerful worn next to bare skin. According to one mystical belief, Hanging stalks of dill over your baby’s cradle to keep away bad dreams and calm your child. Sometimes when being troubled by witches or having nightmares, the only thing that could help was placing some dill seeds under the pillow.
- In German and Belgium cultures brides would wear it on their gown or in their bouquets in hopes of happiness and good fortune in their marriage.
- To the Greeks the presence of dill was an indication of prosperity.
- The ancient Romans believed that dill would bring good fortune, they valued dill as a symbol of vitality, joy, and pleasure.
- Keeping some dill seeds in your wallet or planting some dill-plant in your kitchen garden will ensure that you will always have all the resources you need.
- placing some dill’s seeds in your shoes on your wedding day or when going for a job interview to ensure success.

We at Metaphysics source our herbs from some of the finest local, this particular herb comes from India.
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