|CARDIMOM OLEORESIN BIG|
Country of Origin
|:||India, Nepal, Bhutan|
|:||Soluble in oil, insoluble in water|
|:||1.452 - 1.979|
|:||Rose, Orange, Bergamot, Cinnamon Bark, Clove Bud, Caraway and Cedarwood.|
|:||Steam Distilled |
Description : Cardamom Oleoresin is produced by steam distillation from the dried ripe fruit (pods). The dark brown oleoresin is a yellow liquid with a sweet-spicy, warming fragrance. It is non toxic in nature.
Constituents : Alpha Terpinyl Acetate 50%, Cineol 20%, Linalol 5%, Linalyl Acetate 4% & Limonene
Uses : Cardamom Oleoresin is widely used as a food condiment. Cardmom oleoresin is listed in the British Herbal Pharmacopoeia as a 'specific' for flatulence and dyspepsia. It used extensively as a domestic spice, especially in India, Europe, Latin America and Middle Eastern countries. The oleoresin is employed in some carminative, stomachic and laxative preparations.
Benefit : Cardamom Oleoresin can be attributed to its properties like anti spasmodic, neutralizes adverse effects of chemotherapy, reduces nausea, anti septic, anti microbial, aphrodisiac, astringent, digestive, stomachic, stimulant, diuretic etc.
Caution Note: Oleoresin is a powerful irritant, and even in minute quantities produces an intense burning sensation when it comes in contact with the eyes and tender parts of the skin.
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