Cardamom is a perennial plant that grows in tropical and subtropical regions. The stem stands upright and can reach heights of up to three meters.
The leaves, which are lanceolate in shape and dark green in color, are reminiscent of canna leaves. The fruit is capsules that are ovoid or oblong in shape and have three chambers.
Each chamber can house up to 19 very little seeds.
What are cardamom’s medicinal benefits?
1. For the treatment of digestive issues, as well as discomfort and pain in the abdominal region.
2. Help gas is expelled from the stomach and intestines.
3. Stimulates appetite.
4. In order to strengthen and tone the stomach.
5. Helps in digestion.
How to use Cardamom?
In order to alleviate indigestion, discomfort, or pain in the abdominal region, as well as to eliminate gas in the stomach and intestines, the seeds of the cardamom plant are chewed or an infusion is produced from them.
The seeds are beneficial in that they stimulate digestion and alleviate cramping pain in the abdominal region and the intestines.
Consumption consists of either gnawing on the seeds or making an infusion out of them.
The recommended dose is 20 grams for every liter of water. Make daily use of three to four cups.
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