Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India
Our product range comtains a wide range of Spices Products and Cardamom
We are offering spices products, seasonings products. Spices and seasonings products akil exports provides a host of spices for the global platter in whole, cracked and ground form. An innovative service center catering to the diverse demands of global communities. All products have the hallmark granulation & colour guarantee, the essentials of a food industry. spices products range : black pepper powder, white pepper powder, mustard yellowwhite, celery, nutmeg, mace, poppy seed, sesame, star anise, turmeric powder, whole turmeric, ajwain, tamarind cake, green black cardamom, cinnamon, ginger, clove. wholeground : cloves wholeground, kalonji (black), crushed chillies, coriander, cumin, fennel, fenugreek, ginger wholeground, green cardamom blends & seasonings product range : madras curry powder, cajun spice, hot curry, noodles seasoning, indian seasonings herbs : basil, oregano, marjoram, rosemary, sage, thyme, parsley, tarragon.
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Cardamom is well known as a spice used in Indian cooking, and is one of the primary constituents of Garam Masala. What many people don’t realize is that cardamom is also medicinal, and helps relieve digestive problems induced by garlic and onion, making it more than merely an aromatic addition to the stomach-challenging cuisine it accompanies. Cardamom is considered one of the most valuable spices in the world due to its rich aroma and therapeutic properties. Many varieties of cardamom exist, but there are two genera which include cardamom plants. The first, known scientifically as Ellataria and commonly referred to as green or true cardamom, is found mainly in India. Cardamom grown in Asia is part of the genus Amomum, and goes by an assortment of common names, such as brown cardamom, Java cardamom, Bengal cardamom, Kravan, white cardamom, Siamese cardamom, and red cardamom. Cardamom is farmed in only a few places in the world, including Sri Lanka, China, Laos, Nepal, Vietnam, pockets of India, and Guatemala. It grows uncultivated more rarely, limited to the rich, dense soils of certain South Asian forests. Despite these limitations, the ground seeds of cardamom, as well as intact seeds often within pods, are widely available for purchase. As a member of the ginger family, cardamom grows perennially and produces vast, fleshy root structures known as rhizomes. It has large leaves, green and white flowers, an edible but slightly bitter fruit, and large seeds. The seeds of the cardamom plant contain a variety of important minerals such as calcium, sulfur, and phosphorus. They also contain volatile oil composed of acetic and formic acids. This volatile oil, which makes up about 5 percent of the seed’s mass, has aromatic and medicinal properties, and it is what makes cardamom so valuable. Studies confirm that cardamom oil acts as an analgesic and antispasmodic in rats and rabbits, producing relief and lowered distention and writhing within digestive systems reacting negatively to uncomfortable stimuli. This effect is the primary medicinal quality of cardamom, and Eastern cultures have been taking advantage of it for centuries. Cardamom has been used to relieve the following medical problems: Bad Breath Tooth, Gum, and Oral Disorders Digestion Urinary problems Depression and Aromatherapy Cancer Cardamom oils can be added to baths as a form of aromatherapy that fights depression and reduces stress. Ground Cardamom seeds can be made into a tea for similar benefits.