Cardamom Essential Oil Uses & Benefits

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Cardamom Essential Oil is a new one in our stash that I haven’t used very much yet. It’s in the Respiratory Blend which is used daily to help clear Casey’s breathing at night. If you like Chai Tea, Cardamom is an essential spice in the mix. You can also use other essential oils such as Cinnamon, Clove, Ginger and Black Pepper to create your Chai Mix.

One of my favorite uses for Cardamom is the emotional use. It helps deal with issues of anger and frustration that often stem from a need to control. I think I need to mix this and Basil Essential Oil into an emotional rollerball for me.


Practical uses for Cardamom essential oil:

  • May help to ease occasional indigestion and maintain overall gastrointestinal health.
  • Promotes clear breathing and maintains respiratory health.
  • Flavorful spice for cooking and baking for great Indian flavor.
  • Take internally to help alleviate occasional feelings of stomach discomfort.
  • For feelings of mental clarity.
  • Breathe in for sense of openness and clear head.
  • Blends well with Lavender and Clove.
  • Apply to chest while planting flowers or cutting grass.
  • Take a drop or two internally after over indulging at dinner.
  • Delivers a cooling sensation on skin.

Emotionally, Cardamom essential oil is The Oil of Objectivity. Cardamom helps individuals to regain objectivity, mental sobriety and self-control.

Cardamom is found in the Respiratory Blend.

— IMPORTANT NOTES — Essential Oil Quality: The essential oil industry is not a regulated industry which means it’s difficult to know which brands you can trust to be truly 100% pure therapeutic grade and safe for your whole family. I did my research to find a brand I can trust. If you want to learn about the brand I personally use or order essential oils for your home, please email I’d love to support you in your oil journey. 

Disclaimer: Essential oils are powerful and should be used with proper care and guidance. Reach out to me for recommended resources on essential oil usage. Always remember I’m not a doctor or medical professional. The content on this site is meant for education and entertainment and should not be taken as medical advice. As always, please take responsibility for your health by doing research and possibly consulting a medical professional.

Shana Bresnahan
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