Cardamom e.o. – 30 ml
The scent of the Cardamom e.o. (essential oil) is warm and leafy. The smell is also spicy.
The Cardamom is a perennial, reed-like herb. It grows wild. It is cultivated in India and Ceylon.
The oil is non-toxic and non-irritable. It is also non-sensitizing. It is famed for being a strong antiseptic. It also has strong anti-microbial properties.
The Cardamom e.o. has therapeutic properties. It is known for being:
- an antiseptic.
- a digestive.
- a diuretic.
- a stimulant.
- a tonic.
The essential oil is most beneficial to the digestive system. It can aid in boosting digestion. It does this by stimulating the digestive system. The oil can also be a stomachic. This means it can keep the stomach healthy. It can also aid in making the stomach function properly.
The Cardamom e.o. can help maintain proper secretion of gastric juices. It can also stimulate the secretion of stomach acids and bile. It protects the stomach from infections. As a bonus benefit, it can also aid the treatment of coughs.
There are other uses of the Cardamom oil. It can:
- Help neutralize the adverse effects of chemotherapy.
- Reduce nausea.
- Increase urination.
The oil’s antiseptic and antimicrobial properties are safe. It can aid in disinfecting the oral cavity from germs. It can also help eliminate bad breath. Do this by adding a few drop of Cardamom e.o. to water and using the mix as a mouth wash. It can even be added to drinking water.
The oil can even be added to foods. It can be a flavoring agent. It keeps the food from spoiling.
It can even be added to a bath. This will aid in disinfecting the skin and hair.
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.