The fresh and dried dill leaves are widely used as herbs in Germany, Poland, Finland, Norway, Sweden, the Baltic, Russia, and Central Asia.
It has muscle relaxant properties, increases the stamina, is diuretic that helps the removal of toxins, salts, and water from the body. It also effectively treats flatulence and has antispasmodic properties (it prevents cramps). It increases the libido due to the presence of arginine and ensures the health of bones and teeth, since it is a good source of calcium.
Dill pairs really well with all fish. You can use it in marinades or add it just before the food is ready. Sometimes, we add dill to a piece of butter and we let it melt over the fish that were just removed from the heat.