This has no proper place as a domestic medicine. It has had great popularity as a disinfectant; more than it deserves, in comparison with several other less unpleasant things. Surgeons often employ it in "antiseptic" dressings and lotions,

Cardamon Seeds, Compound Tincture of. - A warming aromatic preparation, often 504 added to soda, etc., for sickness of the stomach. Dose, a teaspoonful, in water.