Cardamom is a popular spice, which thanks to its properties has been used not only in the kitchen, but also in natural medicine. Cardamom is suitable for all kinds of infections, colds and immunodeficiency conditions. Cardamom is also considered an aphrodisiac spice that stimulates blood circulation in the reproductive organs.
Cardamom is a spice that is used as a spice in many cakes, teas and coffees. Together with saffron it is considered the most expensive spice in the world. The plant has medicinal properties that help to avoid many ailments. In folk medicine, cardamom was used to increase the potency and blood supply of the genitals.
Cardamom and its effects on the reproductive system
Cardamom has been used for centuries to improve potency, especially in men. The effect of cardamom is to increase sexual stimulation and significantly influence the prolongation of erection in men. Cardamom can be served in the form of tea. Drunk daily, it increases the secretion of happiness hormones. Seasoning increases immunity and has an antidepressant effect. Cardamom works well with ginger, cloves and cinnamon.
The cardamom infusion is suitable for coughing and for the first signs of cold. In addition, cardamom accelerates the metabolism of the body, has a relaxing effect on the stomach wall, increases the secretion of gastric juices. What is interesting, the spice can help in case of bad breath. Its antibacterial properties kill bacteria and at the same time refresh the breath.
Not to mention the use in the kitchen. Cardamom is a valuable addition to many desserts, cakes, as well as mulled wine, coffee or tea. It is a taste supplement for creams and liqueurs. It is also suitable for meat dishes and seafood, especially for crustaceans.
Cardamom is also used in cosmetics, where it is used as an ingredient in oil. Aromatherapy with cardamom has a relaxing effect on the whole body. Cardamom oil is used in the production of perfumes and care cosmetics, e.g. creams.
Cardamom - contraindications
Like anything else used in excess, it can cause side effects, so too much cardamom can cause side effects. If taken at an excessive dose, it may cause a laxative effect. Cardamom is not recommended in case of gastritis, gastric ulcers and diagnosed cardamom intolerance. In addition, pregnant and breast-feeding women should also avoid this spice.