Nutmeg essential oil is extracted from the seeds of the fruit and is obtained by steam distillation. The evergreen tree, capable of growing up to 20 meters in height, has spread over time from Indonesia, to Malaysia, India and even to the Caribbean. In the Elizabethan era, Nutmeg was one of the most expensive plants in European countries, being considered to be a potential remedy for removing the plague. Nutmeg is a spicy spice that is ideally complemented in Ayurvedic cuisine with black pepper, cinnamon or bay leaf. In traditional Chinese medicine, Nutmeg was used to treat liver disease and impotence, and in homeopathy it was used to treat depression and anxiety. Nutmeg is considered to be a symbol of health, money, loyalty and luck.
Sweet, fresh, spicy aroma, with woody, warm and bracing nuances.
• Effective in relieving various types of pain and inflammation in the body
• Helps improve concentration and memory
• Helps relieve stress, fatigue, anxiety and mental exhaustion, with soothing, sedative, calming and relaxing properties
• Beneficial in case of nausea, diarrhea, flatulence, constipation, chronic vomiting and gallstones
• Useful in treating gout, arthritis and rheumatic pain. Helps treat kidney infections and dissolve kidney stones
• Effective in treating frigidity, impotence, increasing libido in both sexes.
• External use / aromatherapy / direct inhalation / cosmetic use
• Therapeutic grade / 100% pure
• Quantity: 15ml
Delivery date: 24h
• Origin: Molucca, Peneng, Java, Sri Lanka and India
• Latin name: Myristica fragrans / Myristica officinalis / Myristica aromata / Nux moschata, also known as Jatiphala
• Botanical family: Myristicaceae
• Main chemical compounds: α-pinene, camphene, b-pinene, sabinene, myrcene, α-terpinene, limonene, 1,8-cineole, γ-terpinene, linalool, safrole, myrsticin, α-phellandrene
• Extraction method: steam distillation
• The part of the plant from which the essential oil is extracted: the dried seeds
• Effect: fight against inflammation and muscle pain, as well as rheumatic pain; Helps the digestive system and stimulates the reproductive system; Stimulates and refreshes the mind; It is analgesic, antiseptic, antispasmodic, carminative, digestive, laxative and tonic; Stimulates the heart and circulation, activates the mind and energizes; Removes nausea or chronic vomiting; It encourages appetite, is tonic for the reproductive system and is helpful during labor because it strengthens contractions; It treats fever, respiratory problems, headaches, bad breath, inflammation and insomnia; Improves concentration and memory; It is helpful during meditation, it balances and centers
• Compatible oils: Black Pepper, Cypress, Geranium, Clary Sage, Rosemary, Sweet Orange, Bitter Orange, Lavender, Petitgrain essential oil.
Contraindicated for skin care. Avoid using it if it has oxidized, as it can be irritating. Essential oils do not expire but can oxidize due to non-compliance with optimal storage conditions (protected from light and stored in a cool place, away from heat). It is used only diluted in a vegetable oil or cosmetic product (about 2 drops of essential oil per 10ml of product). It is not used as such on the skin, only as an ingredient in cosmetics, aromatherapy and perfumery. Contraindicated for pregnant women.
How to use:
- as a massage oil: mix 15 drops in 30ml carrier oil, such as jojoba, avocado or almonds and massage the skin with it.
- In the hot tub: put 10-15 drops together with a cup of Epsom or Himalayan salt
- as a diffuser blend: add 3 drops of Tangerine essential oil, 2 drops of Clove, 2 drops of Nutmeg essential oil, 1 drop of Lime and 1 drop of Cinnamon, for a feeling of peace and gratitude.
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Un miros natural de sarbatoare a iernii. Delicious. :)Raspunde
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