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Chervil - Anthriscus cerefolium. Chervil

Chervil

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Biological Name: Anthriscus cerefoliumchervil

Other Names: Chervil

Elements Applied: The whole plant is applied in the period of blossoming.

Used For: The herb is known to improve digestive activity, induce urination, stimulate expectoration, and enhance metabolism.

The fresh juice produced from the plant is widely applied for a range of conditions, like female menstrual cramps, dropsy, abscesses, gout stones, eczema, and scrofula. Herb infusion is widely applied for high arterial tension in European countries.

Additional Info: Chervil belongs to annuals and is specially raised in many countries as a spice. The branchy stem may reach from 12 to 26 high, arising from a white-colored root. The leaves are green-colored, bipinnate, with the lower ones being petioled, and the top ones being sessile. The herb blossoms from late spring to midsummer, bearing white-colored flowers. The seeds consist of several segments, and become mature from late summer to early autumn.

Preparation and Intake: To make an infusion take a teaspoon of dried or fresh herb extract for half a cup of water. This should be used in a quantity of half a cup to a cup per day, with no sugar, a swallow at a time.

Safety: There is no data concerning the plant’s safety level. It is possible that the herb interacts with the medicine you take. Don’t use it before speaking to your health-care provider.