Historical uses: In the past, cardamom was used for epilepsy, spasms, paralysis, rheumatism, heart disorders, all intestinal diseases, lung diseases, fever, and digestive and urinary conditions.
It can improve a little in colic, weakness, dyspepsia, flatulence, halitosis, heartburn (or heartburn), sciatica, ulceration and vomiting.
Cardamom essential oil is digestive and oral antiseptic.
It contains a large amount of antioxidants that help protect the body from aging.
Tonic and invigorating.
In addition, Cardamom also has profound effects on the respiratory system due to its high content of 1,8-cineole, which promotes clear breathing and respiratory health. It helps to decongest the respiratory tract and in the same sense it helps you in colds, bronchitis and asthma.
It can also help with menstrual periods and menopause. The cardiovascular system improves, as well as immune health and liver function, along with cellular health.
This essential oil promotes feelings of calm and relaxation.
Cardamom produces a cooling sensation on the skin.
Cardamom has a fresh, minty aroma and flavor. It is said that it can neutralize the lingering smell of garlic.
Other possible uses: Cardamom can help with loss of appetite. Promotes respiratory health and clears the airways.
Cardamom can help relieve indigestion and maintain general gastrointestinal health.