Cardamon is a refreshing, uplifting oil. It is active for the digestive system, working to aid effective elimination, and to help calm colic, gas and nausea, and has a warming effect on the stomach which is especially useful for heartburn. It also has expectorant properties that can be used in response to coughs and congestion. It is a useful restorative oil for when a person is feeling rundown or under the weather. Blends well with: Ylang Ylang, Rose Maroc, Bergamot, Cinnamon, Clove Bud, Sandalwood and Cedarwood. Warming and comforting in blends - adds a spicy note.
A stimulating essential oil with sensual tones to awaken primal responses. Add a few drops to other oils such as Ylang Ylang or Black Pepper and create an intimate bath or diffuser blend.
Supports natural recovery from nervous dyspepsia, diarrhoea, indigestion and heartburn. Apply a few drops in Olive oil to stomach or intestinal area, depending on condition, and massage in a clockwise direction - good in combination with other 'digestive' oils such as Aniseed extra.
Warms the body and helps to clear congestion, for times of coughs, sniffles and chills. Add a few drops to tsp of carrier and apply as a chest rub, or add 5 drops into a bath with other appropriate essential oils such as Eucalyptus Australiana or Thyme Thymol.
Safety Considerations: Avoid use during pregnancy. If ingested, drink milk. Avoid contact with eyes: flush with water. Keep out of reach of children.
Please note: Therapeutic plant oils are used to support natural body process for optimum health and wellbeing. The information here is NOT meant as recommendation for cure of any medical condition or disease.
Cardamon is a strongly aromatic herb native to India. First used around the eighth century, it has been found in Greek, Roman and Arabian cultures and used as a perfume in Egyptian times.
As well as the extensive and popular culinary uses of cardamom seeds that began in Asia, they have been used in India and China for respiratory disease, digestive complaints and fever.
The essential oil of Cardamon was first produced in the 16th Century and is now popular for treating digestive disorders, respiratory problems and nervous tension. It is non-toxic and non-irritant and has a spicy, floral aroma.
Please note: the traditional uses listed here are for reference only and under no circumstances should they be taken as recommendations for cures or treatments for diseases or medical conditions. Therapeutic oils are used to support natural body functions and work in harmony with our body's physiology.
Elettaria cardamomum, fruit / seeds, distilled, certified organic, Equador.
Terpenyl acetate, 1,8-Cineol, Linalyl acetate, Linalool, Sabinene