Peeled nutmeg, 20 g

Peeled nutmeg, 20 g


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Brief description:

Round or oval fruits of an evergreen tree 10-15 m tall with dark green leaves and white flowers of the Myristica family. There is a light spot on one pole of the nut, and a dark brown spot on the other.
A sign of good quality nutmeg is a pronounced marble pattern on its cut, dark brown stripes on a beige background.

The name of this plant comes from the Latin phrase “nucas muscatu”, which literally means nutmeg. According to legend, when the nutmeg ripened, it released such a strong aroma that the birds of paradise lost consciousness. Whether it was true or not, it is difficult to verify, but today we want to share with you ten unusual properties of this spice.

Nutmeg is a bright aromatic spice that can be found in almost every kitchen. Most likely, you have used it more than once or twice. There are many different ways to use nutmeg in cooking and medicine.

Peeled nutmeg and its use in cooking
  1. Nutmeg is added to soups, meat broths, sauces (especially tomato and milk sauces)
  2. dishes from rice, pasta, meat, vegetables and fish dishes from eggs
  3. cheeses, mashed potatoes, pea and vegetable salads (including cauliflower and Brussels sprouts, spinach, leeks, asparagus) are seasoned
  4. added to chocolate, various sweets, apple rolls, donuts, cookies, cakes, fruit cake
  5. in jam, baked apples, fruit pudding
  6. compotes (pear compote is especially delicious if you add nutmeg to it when cooking)
  7. for flavoring alcoholic drinks and cocktails served before meals, as well as punch, mulled wine, cocoa, milk drinks and tomato juice.

The recommended daily dose of nutmeg is 1-5 g per day.

Nutmeg in Ayurveda and traditional medicine

As always, we will give the general Ayurvedic characteristics of nutmeg (according to V. Lad and D. Frawley): Part used: seeds
Energy: warms VK-P +
Taste: sharp
Taste after digestion (on the contrary): sharp
Acts on tissues: plasma, muscles, bone marrow.
Acts on systems: digestive, nervous, reproductive
Joint action: sedative, strengthens nerves, aphrodisiac
Contraindications: pregnancy, high Pitta

Indications for Peeled nutmeg use:
  • Poor absorption of food, abdominal pain and bloating, diarrhea, dysentery, intestinal gases, insomnia, nervous disorders, impotence
  • Nutmeg has a very strong stimulating and tonic effect – in particular, it stimulates digestion well and promotes rapid epithelization and treatment of stomach ulcers
  • Nutmeg is recommended to be taken in small quantities for flatulence, nausea and diarrhea.
  • When using nutmeg regularly and in small doses, the immune and nervous systems are strengthened
  • It also helps to increase attention and develop memory
  • Regular consumption of nutmeg is an excellent prevention against the formation of malignant tumors
  • Also, this spice has pain-relieving properties, helps to relieve heat in the body
  • It is used in massage mixtures to provide a warming effect.
Weight0.100 g

100 г, 20 г, 50 г


Gluten free


In cooking, cosmetology, in traditional medicine and Ayurveda

Storage conditions

2 years from the moment of collection in a dry, cool room with a relative humidity of no more than 35%


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