Cardamom is an herb that belongs to the family of Zingiberaceae of the Plantae Kingdom. It grows to height of 4 meters and the stem consists of small flower bearing seeds that are the source for manufacturing the oleoresin. It is extracted through the process of steam distillation to obtain the oleoresin. The liquid has a very herbaceous and sweet like flavor and the liquid is clear to brown in colour. It also comprises of several health benefits for our body. So, it is added to various herbal medicines for its medicinal properties as well its distinctive flavor.
|Product name||:||Cardamom Oleoresins|
|Scientific Name||:||Elettaria Cardamomum|
|Country of Origin||:||India|
|Colour||:||Clear to brown liquid in color||ODOR||:||Sweet and herbal characteristic fragrance|
|Extraction Method||:||Steam Distillation|
|SOLUBILITY||:||It is insoluble in oils but soluble in water|
Due to its characteristic aroma, it is extensively used for flavoring in food and drinks. It is added to all kinds of food for its sweet refreshing taste. Also it is also added to milk and tea and even some soaps, toothpastes and cosmetic products. The in-take of a cardamom can also help in nausea and motion sickness.
This oleoresin comprises of numerous medicinal properties that can ward off ailments such as nervous disorders, cough, abdominal pain and nervous disorders. It can further help improving the digestive system, work as a laxative and treats colic pains.
This aromatic oleoresin can be combined with rose, orange, clove, bergamot, caraway and cinnamon oil.