More About Our Mace Essential Oil
Size: 5 ml violet glass bottle
Distillation: Steam distilled, from wild harvested husks of the seed.
Botanical name: Myristica fragrans
Note: The same plant produces nutmeg, which is distilled from the seeds of this tree. Mace is produced from the outer husks that surround the seeds. Mace is considered a very strong aroma, and can easily overwhelm a blend. Use lightly until you understand its potency.
Homeopathic Properties of Mace Essential Oil
- Stimulant–circulatory, digestive
- Tonic–brain and cardio
Internal– inhalation only
External–topical application, massage, local compress, spinal compress, points & energy centers
Observations and Anecdotal Information
Mace essential oil has been used traditionally as a digestive aid. Like its brother-nutmeg essential oil-it is known to calm and ease digestion, reduce flatulence and gas, reduce digestive system inflammation, and relieve dental pain. It has been used to treat ulcers and inflammatory bowel syndrome.
This oil is a strong heart tonic. When applied in proper dilution to the chest, it can regulate the heartbeat and strengthen the heart and circulatory system.
It is a fine oil for enhancing pain reduction during massage. It eases arthritis pain and unwinds tight muscles. It is a great additive to muscle relaxing blends. It opens and expands tight muscles, relieving stagnation to create space and flow.
- Generally recognized as safe at normal dosage.
- Avoid use with infants and small children.
- Avoid use during pregnancy and while nursing.
- Keep all essential oils away from eyes.
- Store in a safe place, out of the reach of children.
- Sensitive people should test for skin compatibility, as it can be too strong for some individuals.
- All internal uses should be researched and/or supported by a health care professional. Product quality and dosage are critically important when using essential oils internally.
None of our products are recognized or approved by the FDA. They are not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease. This information is anecdotal, and is provided for educational purposes only. It is not meant to be taken as medical advice. See a health care professional for medical advice.