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Cardamom Essential Oil Uses and Benefits

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Cardamom Essential Oil

Cardamom Essential Oil Through a collaborative sourcing initiative in Guatemala, Cardamom seeds are distilled into Cardamom essential oil that can assist with gastrointestinal and respiratory health.
Aromatic Description

Spicy, fruity, warm, balsamic

Primary Benefits:

May help ease indigestion and maintain overall gastrointestinal health
Promotes clear breathing and respiratory health
Helps alleviate occasional feelings of stomach discomfort
Flavorful spice for cooking and baking

Description of Cardamom Essential Oil

A close relative to Ginger, Cardamom is known as an expensive cooking spice and for being beneficial to the digestive system in a variety of ways. Cardamom is commonly used to help soothe occasional stomach discomfort. It’s distinct scent can promote a positive mood.

Cardamom also has profound effects on the respiratory system due to its high 1, 8-cineole content, which promotes clear breathing and respiratory health. Native to Southeast Asia, Cardamom is added to traditional Indian sweets and teas for its cool, minty aroma and flavor.

Cardamom essential oil is extracted from Cardamom seeds grown in Guatemala. Through a collaborative and responsible sourcing arrangement, they are able to have a significant impact on the lives of local partners, ensuring that these farming communities enjoy improved livelihoods.
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Uses

  • Use internally as part of a daily health regimen to support healthy gastrointestinal function.
  • Diffuse or apply topically to promote feelings of clear breathing.
  • Add to bread, smoothies, meats, and salads to enhance food flavor and aid digestion.
  • Diffuse or inhale for a sense of openness and mental clarity.

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[box type=”bio”] Essential oils have been used throughout recorded history for a wide variety of wellness applications. The Egyptians were some of the first people to use aromatic essential oils extensively in medical practice, beauty treatment, food preparation, and in religious ceremony. Frankincense, sandalwood, myrrh and cinnamon were considered very valuable cargo along caravan trade routes and were sometimes exchanged for gold.[/box]
[box type=”warning”] These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.[/box]

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Cardamom Essential Oil Posted 11/04/2016

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Dean Rodrigue is an essential oil and wellness advocate. He has been using essential oils for years now, and has a firm belief in their effects on the body and mind. Dean welcomes your questions and concerns about essential oils and their uses. He has also created a couple of free essential oil Ebooks for you to use
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Author: Dean Rodrigue

Dean Rodrigue is an essential oil and wellness advocate. He has been using essential oils for years now, and has a firm belief in their effects on the body and mind. Dean welcomes your questions and concerns about essential oils and their uses. He has also created a couple of free essential oil Ebooks for you to use

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