History of Cardamom Essential Oil
Mentioned in the Ebers Papyrus, one of the oldest known medical records, cardamom is referred to as the “grains of paradise” and has been used traditionally by Indian healers for millennia. Cardamom was a prized spice in ancient Rome and Greece.
Fragrant Properties of Cardamom Essential Oil
Cardamom has properties that can invigorating, refreshing, and uplifting.
Key Properties of Cardamom Essential Oil
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Origin of Cardamom Essential Oil
Guatemala and Sri Lanka are the countries of origin for Cardamom
How Cardamom Essential Oil is Made
This oil is made by steam distilling the seeds
How to Use Cardamom Essential Oil
- For use as a dietary supplement, dilute one part essential oil with one part pure vegetable oil or V-6 Vegetable Complex. Put into a capsule and take up to three times daily as needed.
- For topical use, dilute one part oil with one part V-6 Vegetable Oil Complex or pure vegetable oil and apply to solar plexus, stomach, thighs, or another targeted location
- Apply to Vita Flex points or chakras
- Direct inhalation
- Diffuse at work or home for up to 30 minutes three times daily
- Consume four drops as a dietary supplement
DIY Ideas for Cardamom Essential Oil
- Spices: This is another essential oil that can be used in your cooking recipes. Be sure to add slowly and taste test along the way.
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