Cardamom Sooth, Digest, Stimulate

Cardamom Cardamom (Elettaria cardamomum) essential oil has a long history of  supporting the digestive system. In India its quite common to chew cardamom seeds after meals and other times to refresh the breath.
If you are a more Vata body type or have a lot of nervous tension (especially if  you stop eating when stressed) then Cardamom can be a great tool to support and sooth the digestion and to stimulate appetite.  
Because of this it is a great tool to increase ones “appetite for life”. Its a stabilising and uplifting fragrance and opens up your thinking in new directions.

How I use Cardamom:

  • 1 drop rubbed on the belly  for digestive issues. I find its soothing for the stomach and spleen can aid with gas, bloating or a “tender” stomach.  
  • Diffusing 5-8 drops to clear the mind, uplift spirits and stimulate appetite. 
  • 1 drop on the temples and back of neck to calm the mind.

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