Cardamom Diplan 50gr
Cardamom Diplan 50gr
1. Antimicrobial capacity. According to one study, cardamom seed oil can fight bacteria and fungi. Researchers suggest that the antibacterial activity of the oil may be due to its ability to damage the cell membrane of certain bacteria.
2.Metabolic syndrome and diabetes. Metabolic syndrome is a group of health conditions that can cause heart disease and type 2 diabetes. Includes: obesity, high blood sugar, hypertension, high triglycerides and high cholesterol. Cardamom is a spice that people have used for centuries in both cooking and medicine
3. Heart health. According to one study, the antioxidant activities of cardamom could help improve heart function.
4. Oral health. Cardamom would help fight bacteria in the mouth, a common cause of bad breath, cavities and gum disease. What's more, a recent study found that seeds and cardamom fruit could help improve oral health due to their anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.
5. Liver health. In Ayurvedic medicine, people use cardamom for their detoxifying properties. Although there is a lack of scientific evidence to confirm this benefit, cardamom seems to have some useful effects on the liver, which plays a crucial role in removing toxins from the body.
6. Anticancer properties. Cardamom contains natural phytochemicals that can fight diseases such as cancer.
7. Prevention of ulcers. Like ginger, cardamom could help with digestive diseases.
100g cardamom provides 311 Kcal, 68.7g carbohydrates, 28g fiber, 10.76g protein and 6.7g fat. In addition, this spice is considered an important source of minerals such as sodium, calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus and potassium, and vitamins of groups A, B1, B2, B3, B12 and C.
Values per 100 grams of cardamom
Calories or energy... 311 kcal
Sugars and cholesterol... 0.0 g
Potassium... 1,119 mg
Salt... 0.02 g
Fat... 6.70 g
Calcium... 383 mg
Vitamin C... 21 mg
MODE OF EMPLOYMENT
Here are some uses you can give to this wonderful plant:
Tea: To make a delicious and relaxing Cardamom tea you should place 1/4 cup of seeds in half a cup of boiling water for five minutes. Then place the water in a teapot with black tea, strain the seeds and enjoy!
Meals: Place some Cardamomo seeds in your mill and add them to your favorite foods when cooking to add more flavor and aroma to them.
Stomach pain: To improve stomach discomfort place 10 drops of Cardamom essence in olive oil and then gently rub on the stomach for 5 minutes.
Appetite: If you suffer from lack of appetite, take the aforementioned cardamom tea 30 minutes before food, to increase your desire to eat.
You can also use the oil infusion with Cardamomo to perform relaxing massages on other parts of the body.
Tea can also be used to avoid stomach problems,such as diarrhea, constipation, flatulence, slow digestion, among others. To do this, you should drink tea 3 times a day if you suffer from any intestinal problems.
Remember to consult with your doctor before starting any treatment with medicinal plants
This fruit is contraindicated in patients with digestive disorders, such as Dumping Syndrome and Crohn's disease.
Similarly, those suffering from irritable colon should refrain from eating foods seasoned with this spice, as it has a stimulating effect of intestinal function.
On the other hand, pregnant women should refrain from using cardamom, as cardamom may promote menstrual bleeding, causing a possible abortion.
As for the side effects that cardamom is able to produce, we found that its intake in high amounts can cause the following:
· Abdominal pain.
· Nausea and vomiting.
· Respiratory allergies.
· Contact dermatitis.
To prevent this from happening, it is advisable not to exceed the recommended dose of this spice, which is 1.5 g of the ground seeds per day.
And in the case of allergic and hypersensitive people, it is best to refrain from consuming the fruit or any food seasoned with it.