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December 5, 2019

The nature of the mace ( Myristica fragrans ) oil closely resembles with nutmeg oil as it originally plucks from the outer skin of nutmeg seed. The articles revealed by ancient authors have clearly identified how well it has been valued by the foreign traders, as it is mainly consumed as a spice.

The history of mace is closely tied to the history of nutmeg for obvious reasons, though the two items have been treated separately. Because the yield of mace is much less than nutmeg’s it has had greater value. A pile of fruit large enough to make one hundred pounds of nutmeg produces a single pound of mace. As with the nutmeg oil, this oil contains chemical constitutes with aroma that is closely to nutmeg note. One leading scientist in England has found the usage of the oil can heal various stomach aches, which are intimately related to human body and this could be illustrated as an example, the oil not only can be used as to create perfumery blends but also in the medicines that may give relief of stomach aches.


Mace is used in savory dishes.

Mace is used in savory dishes. It is used as a drug in Eastern countries because of its stimulant, carminative, astringent and aphrodisiac properties. Excessive doses have a narcotic effect.

Bulk quantities  or  Value Added Packaging

Both whole  and powder  mace are available in bulk quantities  and Value Added Packaging for Consumer.

International Standard packaging

Industrial Bulk – International Standard packaging food grade HDPE drums or AL cans / consumer value added pouches.

To be store in a cool, dry, well ventilated place protected from direct light.

For educational purposes only. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Please be advised:  you should always consult with your doctor before making any changes to your diet.