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|BOTANICAL NAME||ORIGIN||CULTIVATION||METHOD OF EXTRACTION||SOURCE||NOTE||SOLUBILITY|
|Elettaria Cardamomum||India||Steam Distillation||Seeds||Soluble in alcohol and other organic solvents|
Cardamom spice oil is extracted by the process of steam Distillation from the dried and ripened seeds of Cardamom. The oil thus obtained is pale yellow in color and has spicy, sweets and balsamic fragrance. It has fresh green aroma and has slightly watery texture.Botany
The plant of Cardamom is a perennial herb and it grows up to a height of 4 meters. It’s a long and reed and long herb and belongs to the family of Zingiberaceae. It has blade like silky leaves and its covering stems have flowers that are yellow in color. These flowers have purple tips which hide brown and red oblong seeds.Uses and Benefits of Cardamom Spice Oil
• Cardamom Spice Oil can be used in making of ‘Gahwa’, which is strong Cardamom Coffee and is believed to be a way of providing hospitality in the Arab culture.
• Also, it is used in providing flavour to food items both in ground and whole form. Especially in India, this oil is used to provide deliciousness to a variety of food items.
• This oil is used in making of confectionaries and in baked goods in various Scandinavian countries.
• In North America and Europe, this oil is used in curry powder and also in making of certain sausages pro ducts.
• Cardamom oil has also been used as a flavouring agent in flavouring various food item including cordials, Ayurvedic medicines and perfumes.