I’m going crazy …
Okay, I couldn’t help the alliteration, but I also do feel that way.
Ever since I started working with it to prepare for this month’s Deep Dive in the Inner Sanctum Membership, I haven’t been able to stop making blends with it.
It all started when I put Cardamom and Orange in my diffuser a few weeks ago. After a few minutes I started saying, “Now that’s a recipe for a good day.” ☀️
Then my mom created a massage blend recipe for the Inner Sanctum featuring Cardamom and Rose. All I want is that as a perfume blend. (It works great either way!) 💐
Lastly, I was inspired to blend Cardamom with Patchouli, and oh my … this one is helping bring me into deep meditation. 🧘
I love how sometimes the simplest blends are the best!
Some of these I used in the diffuser, some topically (diluted 15 drops / 1 ounce), and some I inhaled from a scent strip.
In general, I find Cardamom to be a mild stimulant. It’s warming, grounding, and spicy enough to give you the oomph you need to finish something you’ve started.
I’m also now in the habit of chewing the seeds after meals because I can feel them helping to settle my stomach. Plus, they’re a natural breath freshener!
But my favorite thing about this plant is:
Cardamom is the perfect oil to reignite your passions and stimulate your appetite for life.
We all need that from time to time.
So I want to know, do you use Cardamom? How do you like to use it? What do you blend it with?
Leave a comment because I’m always inspired by what you’re finding on your journey. 💖
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