Health Benefits: The herb has strong anti inflammatory properties that make it a favorite in home remedies. Chervil has many health and medicinal benefits.The herb can be used to cure hiccups. It can be used in diet to lower blood pressure or as an aid for digestion and as a mild stimulant.
This herb is a great source for minerals like magnesium, selenium, potassium, manganese, calcium and many vitamins including vitamin B. Chervil is also a good source of vitamin C and beta carotene. These combat free radicals and increase antioxidants which helps in boosting the metabolism and improving immunity. Its diuretic properties make it a good herb to have during menstruation. It is also beneficial for people who suffer from kidney disorders, bladder disorders and cystitis.
Chervil combined with celery is very effective for cystitis. Chervil also has a good amount of fiber, so eating large quantities of chervil is good for digestion. Chervil alleviates stomach pain and other digestive problems, including internal and external allergy inflammations.
Chervil leaves are also very beneficial if you suffer from eczema and aggravated acne. The medicinal properties of chervil make it a favored ingredient in lotions and cleansers. Due to its effectiveness in skin treatments, this herb is also used in creams for hemorrhoids and varicose veins. Chervil juice taken at periodic intervals can improve and heal the skin from injuries and scars.
The herb is helpful even for liver problems. Its anti-inflammatory properties make effective for treating common cold and flu as well. The medicinal benefits and uses of the chervil leaves include using them in a poultice to remedy for aching joints. It is also known to reduce cellulite. Its anti-inflammatory properties make it safe even for pregnant women.