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    Announcing the Cardamom Spotlight Webinar!

    by Andrea Butje on July 02, 2018

    Cardamom essential oil has a lot to tell you . . .

    Some essential oils have multiple sides to their personalities.

    Like Cardamom (Elettaria cardamomum).

    Cardamom is spicy, sweet, warm, balsamic, and camphoraceous.

    These “multiple personalities” expand Cardamom’s skill set and insight. It’s comforting, energizing, warming, supports immunity, eases digestion, encourages circulation, relieves pain, clears congestion, and more.

    There is so much to know about Cardamom . . . so I created an Aromahead webinar class entirely dedicated to Cardamom essential oil!

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    Essential Oils for Digestion

    by Andrea Butje on December 30, 2011

    There are several essential oils for digestion and tummy trouble relief. Below is a simple and helpful blend that smells great!

    Essential oils for digestion offer a gentle, natural remedy for belly aches and pains. This blend is one of my favorites. You can use it after each meal, save it for when you know you'll be eating something that might upset your stomach, or use it when you're trying a brand new exciting dish.

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    Cardamom Essential Oil

    January 20, 2011

    Common name: Cardamom Latin name: Elettaria cardamomum January is a great time to talk about Cardamom essential oil! The winter can be damp. Cardamom is known to reduce damp, congested conditions in the respiratory and digestive systems. When suffering from cold or flu, try using Cardamom essential oil to reduce chest and head pain. 5 drops of Cardamom 5 drops of Opopanax (Commiphora guidotti) Add to to a blank inhaler. I've found that this simple inhaler blend can open up the breath, reduce congestion, and relieve a headache. Cardamom can also help alleviate nausea. I like to add 2 drops of Cardamom to a small handful of jojoba oil and apply it to my lower back and belly. It's warm and soothing. […]

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