Cardamom Black Indian
Herb with large glabrous green leaves, Flowers yellowish white in spike. Distributed in central and eastern Nepal to about 1000-2000 m in moist places, cultivated.Good for skin. Helpful to skin disorders and helps in improving skin complexions. Has soothing, warming, comforting, penetrating, refreshing, uplifting, and stimulant properties.
It has thick root with nodes and grows in layer. It is 2-3 meters tall with long broad leaf forming a shape of sword. It has a white flowers, which appears on a long stalk that grows from the root. The fruit has a rough skin with plaits and turns brown when it ripe. It has strong aroma with 40-50 seeds in it. It grows in thick forest in the tropical area. Found in Nepal, West Bengal and South India.
Amomum Subulatum Roxb.
The seeds contain the glycosides, petunidin 3,5-diglucoside and leucocyanidin-3-O-ß-D-glucopyranoside, and a new aurone glycoside, subulin.
Has antiulcer and antioxidant actions.It has stimulant, stomachic, alexipharmic and astringent properties, and are prescribed for the treatment of indigestion, vomiting, biliousness, abdominal pains and rectal diseases.
Improves digestion and appetite
Enhances food absorption and regulates the elimination
Balances the acidity of stomach
Relieves meteorism and abdominal distension
Clears hoarseness and relieves thirst
Stops diarrhea, colic, biliousness
Supportive treatment for jaundice
Immune system and detoxification:
Supports liver, gall bladder and lungs
Balances blood sugar level
Stops acute and chronic inflammation
Purifies lymph and thus is beneficial for skin and joint disorders
Supports stomach, intestines and spleen. Improves appetite. Treats poor digestion, bloating of stomach due to diminished heat of the spleen, vomiting and diarrhea due to undigested food and heals lip lesions.