Cardamom Essential Oil

$10.00
Weight & Price
  • 1/3 oz
  • 1 oz
  • 4 oz
  • 1/2 KG (1.1 LB)
  • 1 KG (2.2 LB)
  • 4 KG (8.8 LB)
  • 25 KG (55 LB)
SKU:11874
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BOTANICAL NAME Elettaria Cardamomum, oil
CAS 8000-66-6
FEMA 2241
EC 288-922-1
Oil Part of Plant Seeds
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN India, Guatamala
AROMA PROFILE Strong, spicy, sweetStrong, spicy, sweet
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Cardamom essential oil is a pale yellow to light green oil with a strong, spicy, and sweet aroma. It is extracted from the seeds of the cardamom plant, Elettaria cardamomum, which is native to India and Sri Lanka. Cardamom essential oil is used in a variety of applications, including aromatherapy, personal care products, and cooking.
Aromatherapy

Perfumery: Cardamom essential oil possesses a complex and captivating aroma profile that is often described as warm, spicy, sweet, and slightly camphorous. It exhibits a unique interplay of citrusy, woody, and floral nuances, making it a versatile ingredient that can blend seamlessly into a wide range of fragrance compositions.


Personal Care: Cardamom essential oil Is used in skin care, hair care, and oral care products. It is used in soaps, shampoos, conditioners, hair masks, lip balms,


Home Care: Cardamom essential oil is used in all-purpose cleaners, scented candles, room deodorizers, and all-purpose cleaners.

Pest Control, Industrial and Domestic


1. Stored Product Pests: Cardamom essential oil has shown efficacy against stored product pests such as the red flour beetle (Tribolium castaneum), the Indian meal moth (Plodia interpunctella), and the rice weevil (Sitophilus oryzae). Its insecticidal activity is attributed to its major constituents, such as 1,8-cineole and α-terpinyl acetate, which disrupt the pests' nervous systems and respiratory systems.


2. Mosquito Repellent: Cardamom essential oil has demonstrated repellent properties against mosquitoes, making it a potential alternative to synthetic insect repellents. Studies have shown that it can effectively repel Aedes aegypti mosquitoes, the primary vector of dengue fever, Zika virus, and chikungunya virus.


3. Termite Control: Cardamom essential oil has shown promise as a termite control agent. Its insecticidal properties can effectively kill termites, and its repellent properties can deter them from entering treated areas.


4. Agricultural Pests: Cardamom essential oil has been investigated for its potential to control agricultural pests such as aphids, whiteflies, and thrips. Its insecticidal activity can effectively kill these pests, and its repellent properties can deter them from damaging crops.


5. Household Pests: Cardamom essential oil can be used as a natural pest control agent in homes to repel ants, cockroaches, and spiders. Its strong aroma can deter these pests from entering treated areas.

Food Flavoring:
Cardamom essential oil has a complex and intriguing flavor profile that is often described as warm and spicy, similar to cinnamon or nutmeg. Underlying the spiciness, it has a subtle sweetness and a hint of citrus, reminiscent of oranges or lemons. Cardamom oil also exhibits a camphoraceous quality, similar to eucalyptus or menthol, with a hint of mint.


Cardamom essential oil is a popular ingredient in Indian and Middle Eastern cuisine. It is used to flavor rice, curries, and sweets.


1. Sweet Dishes: It is commonly used to flavor cakes, cookies, pastries, and bread. It’s a key ingredient in traditional Indian sweets, and used to flavor ice cream, custards, ad puddings.


2. Savory Dishes: Cardamom oil is often added to curries and stews in Indian and Middle Eastern cuisine, enhancing the flavors and aromas of spices like cumin, turmeric, and coriander. Cardamom oil is used to marinate meat, such as chicken or lamb, imparting a warm, spicy, and slightly citrusy flavor. Cardamom oil is a common flavoring agent in basmati rice, adding a subtle sweetness and aromatic complexity to the dish.


3. Beverages: Cardamom oil is traditionally added to Arabic coffee and Turkish coffee, and to teas, providing a unique flavor and aroma. It is used to flavor smoothies and juices and traditional Indian drinks like chai and kahwa, adding a warm, spicy, and slightly floral character.


• Liqueurs and cordials: Cardamom oil is an ingredient in homemade liqueurs and cordials, imparting a warm, spicy, and slightly sweet flavor.

 

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