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Synonyms for cardamom

rhizomatous herb of India having aromatic seeds used as seasoning

aromatic seeds used as seasoning like cinnamon and cloves especially in pickles and barbecue sauces

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Hosseinpour, "Fumigant toxicity and oviposition deterrency of the essential oil from cardamom, Elettaria cardamomum, against three stored-product insects," Journal of Insect Science, vol.
Philip, "Elettaria cardamomum seed mediated rapid synthesis of gold nanoparticles and its biological activities," OpenNano, vol.
Antifungal activity of ethanolic extracts at six different concentrations (400, 200, 150, 100, 50, and 25 g/mL) of three local plants of Iran (Elettaria cardamomum, Aloe vera, and Thymus vulgaris) against C.
In the last years, several researches in this context knew a revolutionary development, as example; Mondal and Khalequzzaman 2009, tested the ovicidal activity of essential oil vapours of cardamom (Elletaria cardamomum L.), cinnamon (Cinnamomum zeylanicum Blume), clove (Sygium aromaticum L.
Reviewed cases were advised to take one teaspoon of a powder mixture containing the dried spices Cinnamomum verum, Cuminum cyminum, Coriandrum sativum, Piper nigrum, Garcinia gummi-gutta resin and Elettaria cardamomum in the form of a hot infusion three times a day, half an hour before meals.
Essential Oils Considered Safe for Pregnancy (Guba, 2001) Essential Oil Botanical Name Cardamom Elettaria cardamomum German and Matricaria recutita, Anthemis noblis Roman chamomile Frankincense Boswellia carterii Geranium Pelargonium graveolens Ginger Zingiber officinale Neroli or Orange Blossom Citrus aurantium bigaradia Patchouli Pogostemon cablin Petitgrain Citrus aurantium Rose Rosa damascene Sandalwood Santalum album Table 3.
Xerophilic aflatoxigenic black tea fungi and their inhibition by Elettaria cardamomum and Syzygium aromaticum extracts.
To cite a few instances, infertility in woman was treated by Kaviraj 2 with a combination of Achyranthes aspera and Allium sativum, but treated by Kaviraj 1 with a complex formulation in which one root of Ichnocarpus frutescens and one root of Hemidesmus indicus were mixed with 12 spices (rhizome of Curcuma longa, rhizome of Zingiber officinale, seed of Nigellas sativa, fruit of Piper longum, bark of Cinnamomum verum, leaf of Cinnamomum tamala, fruit of Capsicum frutescens, seed of Elettaria cardamomum, bulb of Allium cepa, bulb of Allium sativum, and dried floral bud of Syzygium aromaticum).
Elettaria cardamomum (cardamom) essential oil has activity against Bacillus subtilis spores.