Digest - Queasiness
Like other “spice” oils, nutmeg has an affinity for the belly. Make a travel oil with nutmeg to calm queasy sensations.
Relieve - Soreness
Make a joint care oil with nutmeg for areas that feel sore, cold, and reluctant to move naturally.
Relieve - Muscle Spasms
Eat something that doesn’t agree with you? Comfort belly spasms with a few drops of nutmeg diluted in a carrier.
Safety & Shelf Life
Safety & Warnings
Nutmeg can irritate the skin when oxidized. Use Nutmeg sparingly at a 1-2% dilution (about 5-10 drops per ounce of carrier.) There is another Nutmeg from East India that the use of the oil on the skin is considered safe at low dilutions: 0.8% (about 2-3 drops per ounce of carriers) based on a 3.13% safrole according to Essential Oil Safety by Tisserand and Young (second edition). Some sources suggest avoiding the use of Nutmeg oil during pregnancy.
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