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|BOTANICAL NAME||ORIGIN||CULTIVATION||METHOD OF EXTRACTION||SOURCE||NOTE||SOLUBILITY|
|Myristica fragrans||Sri Lanka||conventional||Steam Distilled||Husk||very close to nutmeg||Soluble in Alcohol water, Insoluble in water|
Mace oil is obtained from the mace tree from which nutmeg fruits are produced. These fruits have peach like structure and are pendulous in shape. And, the oil is obtained by the process of steam distillation from its fruits.
The mace tree grows up to a height of around 20 metres or 65 feet. These trees yield fruits only after 8 years when they are sown. Also, they can bear fruits for around 60 years and sometimes more.
Brief History of Mace oil
Mace trees have been believed to be the natives of Spice Islands, Moluccas. During the 18th century, the French classified this as a stimulant for mental as well as physical fatigue and also as a cardiac tonic. In Ayurveda, these oils have been used from last many centuries as an effective remedy to treat digestive problems.
Common Uses and Benefits Mace oil
• The oil has anti-emetic, antiseptic, analgesic, antioxidant and many other therapeutic properties.
• The oil is useful in treating Diarrhea, Stomach problems, Intestinal gas, Kidney disease, cancer, Pain and various other conditions.
Blends well with
Mace essential oil goes well with Clary sage, Lavender, Coriander, Orange, Rosemary, Lime, Petitgrain, Mandarin and Bay.
General Precautionary Measures!
• One should use the oil only after dilution, and it should be used externally only in small quantities.
• Before using the oil one should go through a skin test or it may cause irritation on your skin.
• The oil should only be stored in metal containers. This is done to keep it fresh and increase its shelf life.