Made out of nut extracts, mace oil is one that not only tastes great but also has quite a number of good properties in it. It is obtained from the plant grown widely in the West Indies, Indonesia and Sri Lanka. The oil is a liquid with medium amount of thickness. It has a light brown tinge to it when in non-purified form. In purified form, it can be crystal clear. But to avoid the bad effects of intermediate processing, many use the oil in its own natural form. The oil is typical to one derived from nuts, having certain vitamins, minerals and good fatty acids that can be beneficial for the skin as well as for brain growth among the young ones.
· Mace oil is widely used as an analgesic.
· It is also an anti-oxidant. It helps removing the toxic free radicals of the body to reduce ageing and make one look younger.
· It is a stimulant and can be used as an energy-rich tonic in children and kids.
· It also has anti-spasmodic properties, thereby being useful for relief in pain, etc.
· It is often used as an aphrodisiac too.
Constituents – Mace oil is rich in various mineral and vitamin sources, being derived from nuts. It also has some amount of good fatty acids that help enhance skin glow and intelligence. It contains myristicin, elemicin and isoelemicin, besides others.
Blends with – Mace oil can be blended with bay leaf, citrus oils, clary sage and geranium oils. Its blends with lavender oil, oakmoss and neroli oils are also very common.
|Product Code||SVA - 153|
|Botanical Name||Myristica fragrans|
|Methods of Extraction||Steam Distillation|
|Color & Odor||Pale yellow to brownish yellow liquid with Characteristic aroma|
|Country of Origin||Spain|
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