Cardamon
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Cardamom

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Cardamom is a spice native to the Middle East, India and North Africa, but it was also known around the Mediterranean. There are references for this spice, written ka-da-mi-ja, in linear-b.Ancient Egyptians were chewing cardamom to clean their teeth. However, it was also commonly used as an ingredient in cosmetics and perfume production. Cardamom was loved by the Greeks, too, but they used it as a medicine or as a cooking ingredient. At last, this spice was one of the most famous in Roman society.

Cardamom is a rich in vitamin C, detoxifier, anthelmintic and diuretic spice, which soothes rheumatic pains. It is also used for the treatment of diabetes, as blood purifier and liver stimulator. Cardamom can be used for indigestion, especially the digestion of dairy products and in relieving colic pains. Furthermore, it stimulates appetite and increases the flow of saliva.

This spice can be added in coffee or tea to give a sweeter and special taste. In cooking, cardamom is used in meat, chicken meat, fish, vegetable soups and salads. Moreover, cardamom is added by the Greeks at their traditional buns.Last but not least, cardamom is one of curry’s ingredients.

Cardamom is a spice native to the Middle East, India and North Africa, but it was also known around the Mediterranean. There are references for this spice, written ka-da-mi-ja, in linear-b.Ancient Egyptians were chewing cardamom to clean their teeth. However, it was also commonly used as an ingredient in cosmetics and perfume production. Cardamom was loved by the Greeks, too, but they used it as a medicine or as a cooking ingredient. At last, this spice was one of the most famous in Roman society.

Cardamom is a rich in vitamin C, detoxifier, anthelmintic and diuretic spice, which soothes rheumatic pains. It is also used for the treatment of diabetes, as blood purifier and liver stimulator. Cardamom can be used for indigestion, especially the digestion of dairy products and in relieving colic pains. Furthermore, it stimulates appetite and increases the flow of saliva.

This spice can be added in coffee or tea to give a sweeter and special taste. In cooking, cardamom is used in meat, chicken meat, fish, vegetable soups and salads. Moreover, cardamom is added by the Greeks at their traditional buns.Last but not least, cardamom is one of curry’s ingredients.