Nutmeg Mace Cut

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Latin Name : Myristica Fragrans

Origin Country: Indonesia

Myristica fragrans, commonly known as nutmeg mace, is a tropical evergreen tree native to the Spice Islands. Nutmeg comes from the seed of the tree and Mace comes from the husk that covers the seed. Nutmeg mace is the seed inside the fruit, which is dried and ground into a spice used in cooking and medicine for its warm and slightly sweet flavour and aromatic properties. Mace is the red membrane that covers the nutmeg seed and has a similar flavour but a more delicate aroma.

– Nutmeg Mace is rich in essential oils, vitamins (A, B, and C), and minerals.
– Mace may improve digestion, reduce inflammation, lower blood pressure and enhance cognitive function.
– It is rich in antioxidants.
– Incorporating nutmeg mace into the diet may contribute to overall well-being and offer protection against oxidative stress.

-To make an infusion, in a saucepan over medium heat add water and bring it to a boil. Reduce heat to low and add nutmeg mace. Let it steep for 5-7 minutes. Strain the tea into a teapot or a mug. Add honey or lemon juice to taste. - You can also sprinkle nutmeg mace flower over dishes such as desserts, custards, eggnog, and pies for added flavour.
- Nutmeg is generally safe in moderate amounts but can cause hallucinations, seizures, and heart palpitations. - Ingesting large quantities of nutmeg mace may cause digestive discomfort such as nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea, or abdominal pain. - Pregnant women and individuals with liver or kidney problems should avoid large amounts of nutmeg.

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50g, 100g


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