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    Cardamom is a perennial herb which is grown in south India and Sri Lanka. The plant belongs to the same family as ginger, and shares exactly the same “warming” qualities of the fragrant root. Cardamom was one of the leading spices traded in between civilizations, and the herb traveled via the Middle East to Ancient Egypt, Greece and Rome. Today, it really is traditionally used in Asian, North African and Middle Eastern cuisines, and its particular therapeutic qualities have already been pointed out in historic Vedic texts, that date back to 3000 years! Whilst the Egyptians utilized cardamom in perfumes as well as incense, Dioscorides, the Greek physician, pharmacologist, and botanist, explained its use within the treatment of sciatica, coughs, spasm, abdominal pains and also the retention of urine. In India, cardamom is typically utilized as a digestive aid, like a spice included with food, as well as on its very own like a medicament. However, its most widespread – and by far most fascinating – use is as that of an aphrodisiac.Cardamom is a spice with an intense, slightly sweet flavor that some people compare to mint.It originated in India but is available worldwide today and used in both sweet and savory recipes.The seeds, oils and extracts of cardamom are thought to have impressive medicinal properties and have been used in traditional medicine for centuries.Its Antioxidant and Diuretic Properties May Lower Blood Pressure, May Protect from Chronic Diseases Thanks to Anti-Inflammatory Effects, May Help with Digestive Problems, May Treat Bad Breath and Prevent Cavities, May Have Antibacterial Effects.

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    The most common way to use cardamom is in cooking or baking. It’s very versatile and often added to Indian curries and stews, as well as gingerbread cookies, bread and other baked goods.

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