- Essential for conversion of starches into oligosaccharides.
- It breaks down protein so it can digest it and play important role in controlling dyspepsia and other disorders of the digestive system and GI tract.
- The anti-flatulent effects of dill have also been explained, particularly in babies and young children.
- Dill digests food well, improves stomachaches, and prevents stomach weakness as well as avoids spoilage of food in the body.
- It increases the secretion of gastric juice and promotes the discharge of bile, which increases the appetite and has digestive stimulatory effects.
- Aniseed oil causes gastric protection and exerts significant laxative effects which give rise to a decrease in colonic transit time as well as an increase in the number of daily evacuations.