Chervil – Anthriscus Cerefolium

  • Culinary use

    The flowers of the chervil plant are always used raw, never cooked.
    They are excellent with fish-based starters, soups, spicy sauces and boiled vegetables.

  • Medicinal use

    A plant with countless medicinal qualities, chervil leaves help sluggish bowels, aid diuresis and stimulate the liver to perform its functions.

    Chervil is especially useful for women suffering from menstrual pain.


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