Elettaria cardamomum

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cardamom

Chinese medicine
A perennial herb, the seeds of which are astringent, carminative and stimulatory; it is used for abdominal pains, impotence, premature ejaculation, spermatorrhoea, urinary incontinence and vomiting.

Elettaria cardamomum,

n See cardamom.
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Most importantly, to the best of our knowledge, no research work has been reported so far on the effects of irradiation on the volatile flavor compounds of spices such as Elettaria cardamomum (L.
Table-1: GC-MS conditions and operating parameters as applied for volatile flavor compounds of Elettaria cardamomum (L.
Kucukbay, Essential Oil Composition of Elettaria cardamomum Maton.
Elettaria is used both as a spice and as medicine, and Amomum is used as an ingredient in several traditional medicines in China, Pakistan, India, Korea, and Vietnam.
The names of cardamom in different countries of the world are: Aframomum, Amomum, Amomum cardamomum, Amomum subulatum Roxb, amooman, bai dou kou, Bari Ilaichi, bastard cardamom, buah pelaga (Malay), cardamom oil, cardamome (French), cardamomo (Italian, Spanish), cardamon, cardamone (Italian), cardomomi fructus, chhoti elachi (Indian), elaichi (Pakistan and Indian), Elettaria cardamomum, Elettaria cardamomum Maton var.
Os oleos essenciais utilizados foram Thymus vulgaris (tomilho), Elettaria cardamomum (cardamomo), Eugenia caryophyllus (cravo da india, botao) e Foeniculum vulgare dulce (funcho doce) adquiridos da FERQUIMA[R].
The fruits of Elettaria cardamomum, which are widely used in traditional medicine of India to treat asthma has been reported to suppress carbachol-mediated bronchoconstriction in rats (Khan et al.
Elettaria cardamomum and Syzygium aromaticum, also used by the Hajong TMPs to treat asthma and coughs, are used by the Tai-Khamyang tribe of Assam, India to treat gastric trouble (Sonowal and Barua, 2011).
Zingiberaceae Elach 65 Elettaria cardamomum Zingiberaceae Choto elach (L.