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Nutmeg is a widely used food spice that has received attention as an alternative hallucinogen. Nutmeg and mace have been used in Indian cooking and folk medicine. In folk medicine, nutmeg has been used to treat gastric disorders and rheumatism, and also as a hypnotic and an aphrodisiac.In the past, grated nutmeg was used as an incense by the Romans and as a sachet. In the West, it rose to prominence as a pricey commercial spice around the year 1600. Dutch conspiracies to keep prices high and English and French counterplots to acquire viable seeds for transplanting were the targets of these conspiracies. To stop them from sprouting, lime was applied to the entire nutmegs that were sold. The main constituents of the essential oil found in nutmeg and mace, which ranges from 7 to 14 percent, include pinene, camphene, and dipentene. Upon expression, nutmeg produces an oil that is 24–30% fixed and is known as nutmeg butter or oil of mace, the main constituent of which is trimyristin. The oils are used as seasonings, laxatives, and fragrances for soaps and perfumes. an application of nutmeg butter has been used as a counterirritant and in treatment of rheumatism.
Nutmeg, a pungent and a warm, slightly sweet tasting spice, is used to flavor many kinds of baked goods, confections, puddings, potatoes, meats, sausages, sauces, vegetables, and such beverages as eggnog.An ointment of nutmeg butter has been used as a counterirritant and in the treatment of rheumatism.
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