Nutmeg and Mace
Nutmeg, Nutmeg powder, Nutmeg shell broken, Nutmeg shell powder, Mace, Mace powder
Available Sizes:50 g 100 g 250 g 500 g
|Serving Size: 100 g|
|Total Fat||36 g|
|Saturated fat||26 mg|
|Trans fat||0 mg|
|Total Carbohydrate||49 g|
|Dietary Fiber||21 g|
|Includes Added sugar||0 g|
|Vitamin D||0 mcg|
Common nutmeg which scientifically named as Myristica fragrans is remarkable among spice plants in that it yields two important products, nutmeg and mace. This plant offer yellow fleshy fruits which contain purple-brown nut (seed) enclosed by a scarlet aril. The seed, after its coat is removed, is the nutmeg spice. The aril is the mace spice, which, after drying, turns brown. Nutmeg is a delicate, slightly sweet spice that is widely used in cuisines around the world.
Nutmeg relieves pain associated with wounds, injuries, strains, and chronic inflammation from conditions like arthritis by components similar to menthol, which has natural pain-relieving characteristics. Nutmeg contain dietary fiber, its bulk up the bowel movements and stimulate the digestive process by promoting peristaltic motion of the intestine also it induces the secretion of various gastric and intestinal juices that ease the digestive process. It’s certain methanolic compound and its essential oil can actually induce cell death in leukemia cells so nutmeg is its potential use against cancerous cells. Nutmeg contain mineral like potassium, calcium and iron.
Potassium is a vasodilator, which relaxes blood vessels and reduce blood pressure and lowering the strain on the cardiovascular system. The calcium found in nutmeg can boost the health of your bones by contributing to repair and growth while relieving symptoms of osteoporosis. Finally, the iron content can boost your red blood cell count and reduce your chances of developing symptoms of iron deficiency, also known as anemia.
Not containing major allergen
Not containing Genetically Modified ingredients
24 months from the date of manufactured