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cardamom

, cardamon (kăr′dă-mŭm) [Gr. kardamomon]
The dried ripe fruit of an herb, Elettaria repens or E. cardamomum. It is used as an aromatic and carminative.

cardamon,

n Latin name:
Elettaria cardamomum; part used: seeds; uses: dyspepsia, colic, gas, irritable bowel syndrome, gallstones, colds, cough, viruses, congestion, anorexia; precautions: pregnancy, lactation, children; patients with heartburn and gallstones, gallstone colic, and contact dermatitis (not often). Also called
cardamon seeds or
Malabar cardamom.
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