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Ela’s Raw Herb

Botanical Name Elettaria cardamomum
Family Zingiberaceae
Origin The origin of cardamom is believed to be in the tropical regions of South India.
Description Elettaria cardamomum, commonly known as cardamom or ela, is a perennial herbaceous plant that grows up to 2-4 meters in height. It has long, green, lance-shaped leaves and produces small, yellowish-white flowers that develop into capsules containing small black seeds. The seeds are the part of the plant that is used in traditional medicine.
Parts Used The seeds are the part of the plant used in traditional medicine.
Dose The recommended dosage of cardamom varies depending on the condition being treated. It is best to consult a healthcare practitioner or an Ayurvedic expert for guidance on appropriate dosages.