Cardamom (Elettaria cardamomum) Essential Oil

Cardamom (Elettaria cardamomum) Essential Oil

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Cardamom (Elettaria cardamomum) Essential Oil

Cardamom (Elettaria cardamomum) Essential Oil

Product Description

Cardamom (Elettaria cardamomum) Essential Oil
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Plant description

Latin Name : Elettaria cardamomum
English Name : Cardamom
French Name : Cardamome
Family : Zingiberaceae
Origin : Guatemala

History and Origin

Cardamom got its name from the Latin word cardamomum, also derived from the Greek word kardámômon most likely appeared around the 4th century before Christ when Alexander the Great came back from its Oriental conquests. Before becoming a gourmet’s delight, the "angel seed" has long been a divine intermediary. In India and Pakistan, cardamom seeds are still offered to gods during religious celebrations. It is of course well known and used for its aphrodisiac virtues. It grows wild in forests at an altitude of 800 to 1500 meters. Its privileged habitat is South-West India but other varieties grow in Guatemala and El Salvador.


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Aromatherapy Data Sheet

Distilled Part : Seed
Extraction : Steam distillation
Oil Characteristics : Clear mobile liquid with a yellow-orange colour and a spicy and aromatic odour.
Properties : Tonic and stimulating, stomachic, carminative+++, neuromuscular antispasmodic +, anticatarrhal, expectorant+++, anti-infectious, antibacterial, anthelminthic.
Indications : Digestive insufficiency, dyspepsia, aerophagia, spasmodic colitis+++, worm infections, cardialgia, catarrhal bronchitis+++.

Energetic and Emotional Effect 

It allows to accept new thinking and beliefs and to learn again the sweetness of life by dilatation of the heart chakra. It increases the assimilation of energy. It is recommended to appease an insatiable need for sugar. 

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It is used a lot in cooking to flavor apple sauces, mulled wines and infusions


Heart note


In diffusion, it helps to purify the air and to clear the respiratory tract.


Pine, balsam fir, citrus fruits and mint.


  • Not known under physiological doses.
  • Not recommended in the first three months of pregnancy.


Lot B-ELCAGTM12R (2016/12)


Terpene ester: terpenyle acetate (39,39 %)

Terpene oxide: 1,8 cineole (28,68 %)

Monoterpenol : linalool (5,44 %)


Lot BELCAGTM03U (2019/10)


Terpene Ester: terpenyle acetate (% n.a.), linalyl acetate (% n.a.)

Terpene Oxide: 1,8-Cineol (% n.a.)

Monoterpenol: linalool (% n.a.)


Lot BELCAGTM03V (n.d./n.a.)


Terpene Ester: α-terpenyle acetate (46,46 %), linalyl acetate (5,83 %)

Terpene Oxide: 1,8-Cineol (23,23 %)

Monoterpenol: linalool (4,92 %)











































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Documentation and References

  • FRANCHOMME, P., PÉNOËL’ D., L’aromathérapie exactement, Éditions Roger Jollois.
  • EIDSON, D., La guérison vibratoire, Guy Trépanier Éditeur.
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