Cardamom, It's Therapeutic values, Dr.Abhay Kumar Pati, BAMS, DSc

By: Best Nutrition
HAYWARD, Calif. - Feb. 21, 2022 - PRLog -- Caramom, It therapeutic Values
Dr.Abhay Kumar Pati, BAMS, D.Sc

Cardamom, also called green cardamom or cardamom herb, is a herbaceous rhizome plant that belongs to the Zingiberaceae family.
The plant provides a spice that bears the same name, and is part of the same family as Ginger and Turmeric.
Cardamom has the reputation of being the third most expensive spice in the world, just behind saffron and vanilla.
Use of cardamom goes back to ancient times and many health benefits have been associated to it.
There are signs that cardamom has been in use since the 7th century before Christ. It was domesticated in Southern India from wild plants that had been collected in the wild. Cardamom has a very powerful fragrance.

In Europe, it most often appears as an ingredient to bake ginger bread. In India, it's highly appreciated to flavor coffee or tea. Cardamom has the result of neutralizing caffeine.

Cardamom has also been used for ages in Ayurveda medicine. This Indian tradition is considered the most ancient holistic medicine in the world. Its health benefits and therapeutic properties are numerous.

Cardamom health benefits and therapeutic properties

For most of recorded history, cardamom has been used for its effectiveness in treating digestive disorders. It is recommended to treat heartburn, constipation, liver and gall bladder infections, and intestinal gas.

This plant has proven its worth for:

the treatment of disorders such as colds, cough and bronchitis.
effectively soothing throats and mouth pain.
A natural stimulant that can induce a light euphoric high, cardamom is also very useful when dealing with urinary system problems.

Cardamom seeds also help combat loss of appetite by enhancing stomach health and stimulating digestive juice production.

On top of promoting fresh breath, its many properties make it as a initiating weight loss diet.

Directions for use, dosages and how to use cardamom

The simplest way to ingest cardamom is to use it to prepare infusions. Use the seeds of the plant to flavor your tea and your coffee. For that, steep 3 or 4 seeds for about 5 minutes.  Dr.Abhay Kumar Pati,  Best Nutrition Inc.

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