Why is it good to consume CARDAMOM? Cardamom is an extraordinary spice, and the Arabs call it "hell" (hell).
In Romania there is little use, and it may be appropriate to "make friends" with its special flavor and especially with its healing properties.
Its intense and unique fragrance improves the flavor of coffee, tea or soft drinks, while providing healing valences.
Palestinians put it in everything from rice to meat and sweets, and even chew it, so, especially when they have digestive problems and gums.
Cardamom has antioxidant, antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal properties. Through the compounds it contains, it has tonic, revitalizing and aphrodisiac properties.
It is beneficial in treating digestive disorders, respiratory allergies, bronchial asthma, gingival or urinary tract infections, as well as improving blood circulation.
Known people also use it to dissolve bile stones and kidney stones.
Cardamom seeds are also useful in treating colds, coughing or bronchitis. In combination with ginger and honey, I keep the doctor away for a good period of time. Prevent nausea and vomiting and are the ideal treatment for a fresh and beautiful breath.
Cardamom tea recipe
The secret of this tea is in cardamom, which must be green and freshly crushed. Then mixed with cinnamon, ginger, saffron, sage, coriander, anise, rosemary, fresh mint and lemon. Follow hot water, 10 minutes of infusion and you're about to enjoy a tea with real health benefits.