The cardamom plant is a perennial that is part of the ginger family. It is native to southern India. The plant has long leaves, flowers that can range from white to lilac to violet in color and a three-sided yellow-green pod containing several black and brown seeds.
Botanical Name: Elettaria cardamomum
Country of Origin: India
Extraction Method: Steam distillation
Plant Part: Seeds
Aromatic Scent: Sweet, spicy and almost balsamic with woody undertones
Blends well with: Rose, Orange, Bergamot, Cinnamon Bark, Clove Bud, and Cedarwood
Used in aiding in digestion and nausea. Cardamom seeds are often used as spices in foods, teas and coffee’s, used both whole and ground. Sometimes used to aid in respiratory health.
Cardamom was well known in ancient times. The Egyptians used it in perfumes and incense, and the Arabs used it to ground in their coffee. The seeds are an important ingredient in Middle Eastern and Asian cooking.
Warning: Keep out of reach of children. Undiluted oil not intended for topical use. May irritate eyes and skin. If pregnant, nursing, or under a doctor’s care, consult your doctor or health practitioner before use. Infant use discouraged.
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