Alpinia Katsumadai Seed

Review Alpinia Katsumadai Seed Forms & Sizes Below

Common Names:  Alpinia Katsumadai Seed, Cardamom, Fructus Amomi Tsao-ko, Katsumada's Galangal Seed, Grass Cardamon, Zingiberaceae
Botanical Name: Alpinia katsumadai seed
Chinese / Pin Yin Name: Cao Dou Kou
Alpinia Katsumadai Seed Dosage:  Consult your healthcare professional for correct dosage.
Alpinia Katsumadai Seed Caution:  Do not use if pregnant or nursing.  Contraindicated in cases with yin or blood deficiency.  Roasting the herb cuts down the side affects.

Alpinia Katsumadai Seed Benefits & Information

Alpinia Katsumadai Seed, also known as cardamon, is well known as a fragrant spice used in many savory and sweet culinary recipes.  It also has been used medicinally for centuries.  Traditionally Alpinia Katsumadai Seed warms the middle, dries dampness and moves the Qi.  It provieds support for the gastrointestinal system, benefits hear health, promotes a positive mood, imporoves circulation, detoxifies the body, beneftis digestion, supports urinary health and benefits dental health.  Alpinia Katsumadai Seed contains anti-spasmodic, anti-inflammatory, aphrodisiac, and antimicrobial properties.
Alpinia Katsumadai Seed Properties: Acrid, Warm, Aromatic
Alpinia Katsumadai Seed Channels / Meridians: Stomach, Spleen
Naturally Occurring Components In Alpinia Katsumadai Seed:  Linalool, a-terpine, Decanal, Essential Oils

Herbs That Combine With Alpinia Katsumadai Seed

Ginger     Magnolia bark     Pinellia     Cang Zhu     Huang Qin     Cinnamon

References:  herbpathy.com, https://www.organicfacts.net/health-benefits/herbs-and-spices/health-benefits-of-cardamom.html