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CARDAMOM

(Elettaria Cardamomum, Amomum Cardamomum)


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    CARDAMOM HERBAL DESCRIPTION

    Cardamom (Elettaria cardamomum, Amomum cardamomum)) is also known as Bastard Cardamom, Cardamom Seeds, Cardamon Ela, Elaci, Malabar Cardamom, Sha-ren, Bai Dou Kou, Cardamon, Cardomomi Fructus, and Ela.

    Cardamom is one of the world's very ancient spices. It is native to the East originating in the forests of the Western Ghats in Southern India where it grows wild. Today it also grows in Sri Lanka, Guatemala, Indo China and Tanzania. Vikings came upon Cardamom about one thousand years ago in Constantinople and introduced it into Scandinavia, where it remains popular to this day. The sweetly aromatic Cardamom is the fruit of a tropical plant related to Ginger, and is one of the world's most expensive spices, after Saffron and Vanilla.

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    Growing Cardamom is extremely labor intensive. The tall plants, grown on plantations in Guatemala or India, flower for eight or nine months of the year. Each pod, or capsule, ripens slowly, and must be plucked when it is three-quarters ripe. After harvest, the pods are washed and dried. The method of drying dictates the final color. White indicates the pods have been dried for many days in the sun leaving them bleached. Green pods have been dried for one day and night in a heated room. The three seeds inside each pod are considered the spice.

    Cardamom is a seedpod with an exotic fragrance of the Far East that is used in many Oriental dishes. Cardamom is essential to the cuisines of the Middle East and Scandinavia. Cardamom coffee or gahwa is a symbol of Arab hospitality. Cardamom flavors ground meat in Norway and baked goods in Sweden. Cooks all over the world combine cardamom with cloves and cinnamon. Cardamom lends its distinctive flavor to chai.

    You can find Cardamom in the market in several forms. You can purchase whole pods and remove the seeds as needed. This form of the herb retains its aroma and flavor longest. You can also buy Cardamom seeds (decorticated Cardamom) or Cardamom powder, but they do not keep as long as the pods.

    It has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for thousands of years as a remedy for many digestive problems such as indigestion and gas. Adding Cardamom to milk neutralized its mucus forming properties and it detoxifies caffeine in coffee. It is a natural perfume of the vegetable kingdom, and the seeds were often used as an ingredient of old-time love potions. Cardamom is a mild stimulant. In ancient Chinese medicine, Cardamom tea was used to reduce the acidity of the stomach, stimulate digestion, and eliminate flatulence. Today Cardamom is an ingredient used widely in Christmas cookies, Danish and Swedish cookies, coffee cakes, pastries, teas and candies.





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    CARDAMOM USES, HEALTH BENEFITS & SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE

    CULINARY USES

    In India Cardamom was known as the "Queen of spices" to Black Pepper's title as the ""King of spices". Also in India, during the 11th century, it was listed as one of the ingredients in the "Five fragrance betel chew" in the Book of Splendour. Cardamom oil is used to flavor pharmaceuticals, and as a fragrance in soaps, detergents, perfumes and other body care products.

    Decorticated means removed from the outer hull, the seed pod. Cardamom is a popular spice worldwide. In Europe, it is used in Dutch windmill biscuits and Scandinavian-style cakes and pastries, and in the liqueur akvavit. Other uses include in pickles, especially pickled herring. Cardamom is used in punches and mulled wines, occasionally with meat, poultry and shellfish. It flavors custards, and some Russian liqueurs. In India, it features in curries, is essential in pilaus (rice dishes) and gives character to pulse dishes. Cardamom is often included in Indian sweet dishes and drinks. Cardamom is also chewed like nuts, as a breath and tooth cleaner. It is a flavoring for Arab and Turkish coffee. Chinese use powdered cardamom sprinkled on cooked cereal to correct gluten intolerance in children.

    In flavoring they are combined with oils of Orange, Cinnamon, Cloves, and Caraway.

    MEDICINAL USES

    Today Cardamom is used for treating digestive problems like indigestion, gas, loss of appetite and cramps. It is also used in digestive remedies for its pleasant taste as well as its soothing properties. In China, It is used for stomachache, nausea, vomiting and flatulence.

    The 1997 Commission E on Phytotherapy and Herbal Substances of the German Federal Institute for Drugs recommends Cardamom for dyspepsia. Cardamom actions include Cholagogue and Virustatic. The seeds are helpful in indigestion and flatulence, giving a grateful but not fiery warmth. When chewed singly in the mouth the flavor is not unpleasant, and they are said to be good for colic and disorders of the head.

    Cardamom seeds are very warm, grateful, pungent and aromatic, and form an agreeable addition to bitter infusions, and other medicinal compounds. They are chiefly employed as a carminative in flatulency, and to flavor syrups, tinctures, and other medicines, particularly alkaline mixtures, giving the compound tincture an agreeable taste and color. Dose of the powder, from 10 grains to 2 drachms; infusion (bruised seeds, added to boiling water, a wineglassful. As the powder rapidly loses its aromatic property, the seeds should be pulverized from time to time, as they are required for present employment.

    Powdered cardamom seeds, on account of their carminative properties, are administered with purgatives, as in Extractum Colocynthidis Compositum, and with other aromatics, as in Pulvis Cinnamomi Compositus, and Pulvis Cretae Aromaticus. Tinctura Cardamomi Composita is the most commonly used cordial and flavouring agent. Combined with Cinnamon, Cloves, Caraway, and Ginger, cardamom seeds are also contained in Tinctura Carminativa, a more aromatic preparation than the compound tincture of cardamoms.'

    Cardamom is still used to treat involuntary urination, phlegm, colds, cough, bronchitis, asthma, anorexia, debility, hoarse throat, and kidney diseases. In China, this spice is taken for urinary incontinence and for use as a tonic.

    In Turkey, Cardamom seeds are chewed to freshen breath and to conceal the alcohol smell on the breath.

    In India, it is used for asthma, bronchitis, kidney stones, anorexia and general debility as well as for disorders of the urinary tract. It is also used for digestive upsets, soothing a spastic colon and relieving flatulence and constipation.





    CARDAMOM DOSAGE INFORMATION

    Cardamom comes in various forms and is an ingredient in numerous products.

    Constituents: The essential oil contains a-terpineol (45%), myrcene (27%), limonene (8%), menthone (6%), b-phellandrene (3%), 1,8-cineol (2%), sabinene (2%), and smaller amounts of heptane.

    Parts Used: The seed, removed from the pod, and ground. Whole pods may be used as well. Average daily dosage is 1.5 grams of ground seeds.

    Typical Preparations: Usually in cooking, but also in teas, tinctures, and infusions. Tincture daily dosage is one to two grams. Mode of Administration is ground seeds, as well as galenical preparations thereof for internal use.

    To take an infusion, take 1 teaspoon of freshly crushed seeds in 1 cup of boiling water, let sit for 10 to 15 minutes. Drink 3 times a day. Treating flatulence or to stimulate the appetite drink a half an hour before meals.

    For other formulations, read and follow product label directions.





    CARDAMOM SAFETY, CAUTIONS & INTERACTIONS INFORMATION

    No Precautions.

    Cardamom is a spice and is generally regarded as safe, however; for those with ulcers, it is best to seek the advice of a health care provider before using Cardamom internally.

    Safety in young children, pregnant or nursing women, or those with severe liver or kidney disease is not known.

    If you have gallstones, it could trigger a painful attack due to its simulative effect on the gallbladder.





    CARDAMOM HERBAL & RELATED PRODUCTS

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    In India Cardamom is traditionally used in curry blends, and in Scandinavian countries it is commonly added to breads; however, most of the world's Cardamom crop is used in Arabic countries as a flavoring for coffee.

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  • CARDAMOM ESSENTIAL OIL PRODUCTS

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    Latin name: Elettaria cardamomum. Family name: Zingiberaceae. Cardamom oil is distilled from the seed and is imported from South and Central America. It has a spicy aroma with floral undertones. Cardamom has been used in Ayurvedic and traditional Chinese medicine for over 3,000 years. Some traditional uses: relieving mental fatigue, nervous strain, and heartburn; for healing coughs and bronchitis, anorexia, to uplift and warm, as an aphrodisiac. Avoid use on allergic skin. Emotional profile: to relieve inflexibility, suspicion, self-pity, confusion, intolerance. Blends with: rose, neroli, frankincense, cedarwood, orange, ylang ylang, bergamot, and clove.

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