More About Our Cardamom CO2 Extract
Size: 5 ml violet glass bottle
Distillation: CO2 select extract (has been filtered)
Botanical name: Elletaria cardamomum
Note: This filtered extract has a fluid consistency
Homeopathic Properties of Cardamom CO2 Extract
- Anti-emetic–relieves nausea
- Anti-toxic–insect bites, mild toxins
- Tonic–immune, endocrine, general
Internal–-oral, inhalation, suppository
External–topical application, massage, bath, application to energy centers and meridian points
Observations and Anecdotal Information
Cardamom has an ancient history in Chinese, Ayurvedic, and Roman traditional medicines. In India, it is known as the Queen of Spices. It prevents digestive tract infections, gas and nausea.
Cardamom CO2 extract stimulates and regulates the production of gastric juices. Because it is such a fragrant spice, it is a natural mouth freshener. It also helps prevent mouth ulcers.
Oral use of cardamom has been shown to help in the inhibition of cancer cells’ growth. At times, the cancer cells were even killed, according to some studies that can be searched online.
When consumed daily, it has also been shown to reduce the blood pressure of people with hypertension. This lowers the risk of cardiovascular diseases.
Cardamom CO2 extract is detoxifying, and can help reduce excess body fat. It can help the body metabolize fat cells to support any weight loss program. It should be applied topically or taken internally at the proper dilution rate.
In ancient Egypt, cardamom was used as an aphrodisiac. The aroma of this oil is conducive to stimulating sexual response in men and women. It is also relaxing to the nervous system and eases mental fatigue.
- May be overly warming for some people if used in excess.
- Avoid using cardamom CO2 extract during pregnancy or lactation.
None of our products are recognized or approved by the FDA. They are not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease. This information is anecdotal, and is provided for educational purposes only. It is not meant to be taken as medical advice. See a health care professional for medical advice.