Name: Anthriscus cerefolium L. Hoffm.
Harvest: Seeds in the warmer months, leaves and flowers between late spring and early autumn months.
Properties: Stomatic, digestive, aperitif, purifying, choleretic.
Common names: Serpillo, star grass, mixture.
Chervil - Anthriscus cerefolium: Properties
Habitat: It grows in wooded areas.
Parts used: The leaves, the flowers and the seeds.
Conservation: The seeds must be dried, while the other parts are used as soon as they are picked.
Use: Juices, decoctions and infusions for both internal and external use.
Notes: The infusion of chervil is indicated to combat oily skin.