Cardamom in traditional Indian medicine is used to improve the problems of the urinary tract and in traditional Chinese medicine used to improve stomach ache and nausea. This herb is antimicrobial and antifungal and is used to improve bloating, indigestion, low appetite, diarrhea, spasm and bad breath. Active ingredients of Cardamom can regulate the gastrointestinal tract and improve digestion by simulating the function of acetylcholine. Also, active ingredients of the Cardamom with the action of the trypsin-like enzyme, as well as the increase in the amount and flow of bile acids, help to digest the food and thereby increase appetite by preventing indigestion. The Cardamom is rich in various vitamins such as B3, B6, B2, B1, vitamin A, vitamin C, and elements such as sodium, potassium, calcium, copper, iron, manganese, magnesium, phosphorus and zinc. Studies at the National Cancer Institute in India have shown that a diet that uses enough Cardamom can help prevent over 48% of colorectal cancer (analgesia). Based on researches, use of Cardamom in cardiovascular patients can lower heart rate and control rhythm and control high blood pressure.