Also known as
Myristica fragans, Nutmeg aril
Mace is a valuable spice that is derived from the lacy covering of the nutmeg seed. Mace carries the same essential oils as nutmeg but a much different texture, taste, phytochemical composition, & effects.
myristicin, elemicin, safrole, eugenol, camphene, p-cymene, phellandrene, terpinene, limonene, myrcene, linalool, geraniol, terpineol
Dried aril covering of Myristica fragans seed
Mace is a wonderful way to enjoy the benefits of nutmeg with a much more precise and delicate taste. Can be sprinkled onto food or made into drinks such as eggnog.
Mace is the connoisseur's fraction of the Myristica fragans tree, oily and pungent without the mess that the nutmeg seed can bring with it. It is a beautiful orange-red color with a form similar to a dried rose petal. Mace, like Nutmeg is a powerful admixture for stimulant herbs, a potent aphrodisiac, & a strong astringent which conserves bodily fluids such as saliva & semen.
The main difference between Mace & Nutmeg is that Mace lacks the sedative cannabinoid receptor activating fatty fraction that Nutmeg is a rich source of.
Please do not use excess amounts of Mace as it could lead to intoxication and sickness in excess.
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