Grains of Paradise are native to tropical West Africa. This culinary spice is said to have a flavor reminiscent of Cardamom, Ginger and Pepper, and is a common ingredient in West African dishes.
Several culinary references note that Grains of Paradise complements vegetables, as well as Middle Eastern lamb and eggplant dishes; its unique flavor is also a popular addition to exotic beer recipes. COMMON NAMES: Aframomum meleguta, Grains of Paradise, Guinea Grains.
Stimulant; aromatic spice with a pungent flavor.
Pour 1 cup of boiling water over ½ to 1 teaspoonful of herb. Allow to steep 4-7 minutes, then strain. Drink 1- 2 cups of tea daily. If desired, add honey and/or lemon to taste.
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|PHC Lot Number||Product Name||Botanical Name||Country of Origin|
|19241AG||Grains of Paradise||Amomum granum paradisi||Côte D'Ivoire|
|14267GB||Grains of Paradise||Amomum granum paradisi||Nigeria|
|10222GB||Grains of Paradise||Amomum granum paradisi|
|HB043097||Grains of Paradise||Amomum granum paradisi|
|HB101095||Grains of Paradise||Amomum granum paradisi|