Cardamom e.o. – 15 ml
The Cardamom e.o. (essential oil) is extracted from the spice of the same name. Its scientific name is Elettaria Cardamomum. The spice is extensively used in many places around the world.
Apart from its known culinary uses, the Cardamom e.o. has other properties. It can be:
- an antiseptic.
- an antimicrobial.
- an aphrodisiac.
- an astringent.
- a digestive.
- a stomachic.
- a stimulant.
- a diuretic.
Aside from these uses, the Cardamom e.o. can also aid in reducing nausea. It can also help in reducing spasms. It can even aid in neutralizing the negative effects of chemotherapy.
The Cardamom e.o. is highly effective in curing spasms. It can aid in treating muscular spams. It can also help in curing respiratory spasms. It can help in the relief of muscle pulls, cramps, and asthma. It can also help treat whooping coughs.
The essential oil is also helpful in stimulating the body’s systems. It can help stimulate the mind and the body. It can help boost spirits in case of depression or stress. It can also stimulate functions to boost metabolism.
The oil is also a great stomachic and digestive. The Cardamom e.o. boosts digestion. It allows for a healthier digestive system. It keeps the stomach functioning well. It also protects the stomach from infections. The oil assists in maintaining proper secretion of gastric juices.
The Cardamom oil can also promote urination. As a diuretic, it can help people lose weight, lower blood pressure, and remove toxins. It also cleanses the kidneys.
Aside from the benefits stated above, the Cardamom e.o. has other advantages. For instance, it can reduce the effects of tobacco. It can even help treat mild insect bites. It can also clear bowels, cure colic, and cure oral infections.
Note: Although remedial, people with major health ailments like cancer, or epilepsy should avoid use. Non—toxic, non—irritant, possible sensitization in some individuals. Not to be used while pregnant.