Essential Oil

Nutmeg Oil

Myristica fragrans

Our organically crafted nutmeg essential oil is steam distilled from the sun-dried seeds of tall nutmeg trees that grow wild in the tropical forests of Indonesia. We love using this essential oil to help support healthy digestion and ease a nauseous stomach.

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Benefits and uses

The rich, brown nuts from the Myristica fragrans tree create a sweet, spicy, warm, slightly woodsy essential oil. Along with helping to support healthy digestion, nutmeg essential oil can also be a tremendous support when looking to manage minor pain and inflammation as well as help ease unwanted muscle spasms. This essential oil is also helpful when wanting to reduce the presence of unwelcome bacteria and fungus. Additionally, nutmeg essential oil can help improve overall circulation. Our nutmeg comes from Indonesia and is considered an East Indian nutmeg.

Emotionally and energetically, nutmeg essential oil is appreciated during times of situational depression and can help ease worry and improve negative thinking.

α-pinene

19-22%

sabinene

16-21%

β-pinene

14-15%
Country
Indonesia
Plant Part
  • Seeds
Cultivation
Wildcrafted
Botanical Family
Myristicaceae
Extraction Methods
Steam Distilled
Notes
  • Middle
Chemical Families
  • Monoterpenes
Aromas
  • Fresh
  • Piney
  • Spicy
  • Sweet
  • Warm
  • Woodsy
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Shelf Life

3 years

Safety & Warnings

The use of the oil on the skin is considered safe at low dilutions: 0.8% (about 2-3 drops per ounce of carriers) for East Indian Nutmeg oil based on a 3.l3% safrole according to "Essential Oil Safety by Tisserand and Young."  Nutmeg can irritate the skin when oxidized, and also if used in higher dilutions, as it is a hot oil. Some sources suggest avoiding the use of Nutmeg oil during pregnancy.

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