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      Cardamom is popularly known as ‘Queen of Spices’ due to its pleasant aroma and taste. aromatic Cardamom comes from the seeds of a ginger-like plant. The fruits are picked or clipped from the stems just before maturity, cleansed, and dried in the sun or in a heated curing chamber. 

      Cardamom is a highly-flavored spice and is used mainly in the preparation of sweets, bakery products, flavored pickles, rice, and meat preparations. 

      We The Wild Pep Co. where quality is our finest ingredient, bring you cardamom that is naturally grown, sundried, clean, and sorted. We grow and cultivate Cardamoms in our own farmland from the land of spices Idukki, Kerala. The Cardamoms are grown, harvested, processed, and packed naturally and free from any artificial factors. 

Culinary Uses:

  • Green cardamom is also used to flavor coffee and teas, most notably Masala chai.
  • Since culinary connoisseurs consider green cardamon the premium variety, it is commonly used to flavor meats, poultry, seafood, vegetable dishes, soups, and sauces.
  • The seeds and the essential oil are used as a flavoring component in a variety of foods, including alcoholic and nonalcoholic beverages, frozen desserts, candies, baked goods, puddings, condiments, relishes, gravies, meat, and meat products.

Health Benefits:

  • Cardamom contains chemicals that might treat intestinal spasms, kill some bacteria, reduce swelling, and help the immune system.
  • According to an Indian study, cardamom can be used in cuisines not just for flavor, but also for enhancing digestion. The spice also stimulates metabolism, given its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties
  • Cardamom has exhibited its potential as a natural cancer treatment.  Several animal studies have shown that the spice can be used to prevent, delay, and even reverse cancer formation.

Store in a cool dry place for better shelf life. 

This is a Vegetarian product. 

  • No artificial colors and preservatives.
  • Consistency in quality across the year.

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