This tincture can be used for culinary purposes too…as well as medicinally. Caradomon is spicy and warming reducing stagnant phlegm. It is a native plant to the evergreen forests of India and is commonly used in their cuisine. But it also has made its way into Ayurvedic medicine due to its powerful properties that have been found to be useful for the treatment of mouth ulcers, gum and tooth infections, as well as for digestive problems, congestion, and even depression.
Cardamom is rich in various vitamins and micronutrients, such as vitamin A, vitamin C, niacin, riboflavin, sodium, calcium, iron, phosphorus, magnesium, and zinc, to name a few. The essential oils and biochemicals present in the herb are known to act as a detoxifying agent. In traditional therapies, Cardamom seed has been found to be effective for promoting blood circulation, which may help to relieve cardiovascular issues, as well as its ability to control cholesterol. Cardamom has also gained quite a reputation for the aphrodisiac properties it possesses and has been used as a cure for erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation. Cardamom is known to improve circulation in the body, and this is found to be helpful for the skin as well, for improving the complexion. Its antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties help to calm and soothe the skin for those prone to skin allergies. Black cardamom has antioxidative properties that provide nourishment to the scalp and hair follicles.
Cardamom seed is related to Ginger and it is used in much the same way to counteract digestive disorders such as nausea, bloating, gas, heartburn, high acidity, loss of appetite, stomach cramps, constipation and much more. The aromatic herb helps the body to eliminate waste and helps to protect the body from dangerous microbes that regularly cause food poisoning. Cardamom is considered to be a carminative in nature, which can help to speed up digestion. It also reduces inflammation of the stomach lining and soothes the mucous membranes. And, it is very effective in weeding out the root cause of the problem of bad breath, by improving the digestive system. Apart from this trait, it is also used for mouth ulcers and mouth infection.
Cardamom seed is a good source of manganese, a mineral that plays a key role in the production of an enzyme that scavenges and destroys free radicals. It has very strong detoxifying properties that can help to cleanse the body and protect it from cancer and other diseases.
Another major component of Cardamom seed is its content of iron, copper, and essential vitamins, known for their importance in the production of red blood cells and cellular metabolism. The herb is great for fighting anemia and for relieving the symptoms due to this condition. It is considered to be a great blood purifier and helps to remove excess urea, calcium and other toxins from the kidneys. In fact, part of the reason Cardamom is such a good detoxifier is due to its diuretic properties. It has been used to cleanse the urinary tract, bladder, and kidneys, removing waste and helps in combating infections.
Packed with minerals like potassium, calcium, and magnesium, Cardamom tinctures can be a gold mine for essential electrolytes. One of the main components of our blood, body fluids and cells is potassium, so it the herb may be helpful in regulating heart rate and keeping your blood pressure under control.
By increasing circulation of the blood, the herb is found to be effective for lungs by aiding in the symptoms of breathing problems like asthma, bronchitis, cold, and flu. In Ayurveda, it is known as a warm spice and believed to help heat up the body to expel phlegm and relieve chest congestion. For a sore throat, Cardamom seed extracts are hard to beat. Cardamom and Cinnamon have been found to be a good combination to control a painful sore throat.
Improved circulation and removing toxins from the body are key to a good complexion. Cardamom seed offers antibacterial properties, as well as anti-oxidative properties to fight free radical damage and help resist cellular aging. It provides nourishment to the skin and scalp and helpful for preventing infection and irritation. It can be used as an antiseptic for treating skin allergies. Therefore, using Cardamom seed can help to flush out the toxins from the body and provide you with clearer skin, and stronger, shinier and more lustrous hair.
Since Cardamom seeds give out such a sweet flavor, it was used traditionally as an aphrodisiac. Not only that, it is also believed to possess the cure for impotency, erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation (PE), and in reality, it acts as a potent tonic and stimulant that helps to strengthen the body. This can work wonders for these issues, along with feeling more energetic and getting a boost for your sex life.
Though the science behind anti-depressant qualities have not been studied extensively yet, Ayurvedic practitioners firmly believe that Cardamom seed can help in the fight against depression. It’s a natural ingredient in the herb that helps to detoxify the body and rejuvenate the cells, can also help as a positive approach for those who suffer from sadness, hopelessness and general lack of energy.
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Ingredients: Cardamom Seeds, Water, 50% Alcohol