Dill seeds (Suva)

Dill Seeds, commonly known as Suva, is a tall, flowering plant in the carrot family that is known for its flavorful foliage and seed. Although the plant is originally native to Asia and the Mediterranean, it is now naturalized in other parts of the world, including North America. Dill Seeds are commonly used in soups, salads, pickles and other dishes; this leafy vegetable has a unique taste and a distinct flavor. Dill leaves are low in calories and high in nutrients, which have been widely used since ancient times for its amazing medicinal properties.

Dill has long been associated with antimicrobial activity. It has been shown to prevent a number of microbial infections throughout the body, and the infections that may result in open wounds or small cuts on the skin.