Other Names: salad chervil, garden beaked parsley
Traditional Uses:digestion, encourages perspiration
Description: Grows up to two feet tall with a tapering root stalk. Well branched with sweet scented delicate foliage that resembles parsley. Umbels of small white flowers in spring and summer, followed by seed pods. CAUTION: Do Not harvest wild for it can be easily confused for poisonous hemlock, fools parsley and water dropwort.
Uses: Use bruised leaves applied fresh or as poultices to wounds. Infusion aids in digestion and helps stimulate perspiration.
Infusion: Used to prepare more delicate parts of plants. 3 cups of water to 1 ounce dry herb or 1?