Black Cardamom Exporter




Culinary Uses :

  • The pods can be used whole or split when cooked in Indian substantial meals- such as pulses.
  • Cardamom is often included in Indian sweet dishes and drinks like punches and milled wines.
  • It is used in pickles, especially pickled herring and flavors custard.
  • It is also chewed habitually (like nuts) where freely available, as in the East Indies, and in the Indian masticory, betel pan.
  • It is often used in baking in Scandinavia and in Danish pastries.
  • Throughout the Arab world, Cardamom is one of the most popular spices, with Cardamom coffee being a symbol of hospitality and prestige.
  • In the Moghul cuisine (Northern South Africa) it abundantly used in the delicious rice dishes called biriyanis.
  • In Sri Lanka, the pods are added to fiery beef or chicken curries.
  • A small amount of Cardamom will add a tempting flavor to coffee cake.
  • Flans, rice puddings, porridges, etc. taste much better with a dash of cardamom.
  • Add whole cardamoms to flavour tea drunk with milk.

 

Medicinal Uses :

  • A stimulant and carminative, it is used for indigestion and flatulence.
  • In South Africa, green cardamom (A. subulatum) is broadly used to treat infections in teeth and gums.
  • It is used to prevent and treat throat troubles, congestion of the lungs and pulmonary tuberculosis.
  • Used in inflammation of eyelids and also digestive disorders.
  • It is also reportedly used as an antidote for both snake and scorpion venom.
  • Indians regarded it as a cure for obesity.
  • Cardamom is used as a breath-freshener, but it is said that excessive use thins the blood.

Specifications

Shelf Life 12 Months
Color Black
Drying Process Natural
Grade A
Cultivation Type Organic
Moisture 10%
Maturity 100%



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