Nutmeg has a spicy, sweet, nutty, and warm aroma makes it perfect to produce a calming and soothing effect when diffused in the home and workplace. It adds a tinge of flavor to the dishes. It is widely used in making perfumes.
Nutmeg single oil is extracted from the fruits and seeds of nutmeg through steam distillation and is widely used in Eurpean countries and Middle east. This tree is grown up to 60 to 100 feet tall and the leaves have a strong aromatic fragrance. This is a culinary spice that adds flavor to the desserts and salads. The fragrance of this oil makes it must-added ingredient in perfumes. Its aroma is musky, spicy and warm. Nutmeg will alleviate body pains when added in massage oil and bathing water. When this oil is used is diffused, it spread sweet fragrance and soothe your body and mind. Applying this oil to the feet promotes sound sleep. Nutmeg lifts up the spirit, reduce fear and boost self-esteem. It is widely used in aromatherapy and in making candles, lotions, soaps and detergents. When your stomach is upset, taking this oil internally will ease your discomfort. This oil alleviates joint pains and seasonal aches.
Uses of nutmeg
How to use this oil?
Diffusion: Add a few drops of this oil in the diffuser to spread the sweet scent of this oil in the home and workplace. Diffuse it once or twice every day for 30 minutes
Internal use: Dilute this oil with other oils for internal use to avoid side effects
Topical use: Apply two to three drops of this oil in the desired area and if your skin is sensitive, dilute this oil with other oils prior to applying
Benefits of this oil
Rich, spicy, sweet, and woody
From which part of the plant the oil is extracted