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Benefits of Nutmeg Essential Oil – Meraki Essentials

Nutmeg essential oil is essentially considered as the “energizing potion” at Meraki Essentials as it is very helpful in overcoming exhaustion, treating anxiety & helps enhance concentration.

1. Relieves pain and inflammation-

Many of Nutmeg Essential Oil’s components help relieve pain and inflammation. Blend Nutmeg Essential oil in a base oil such as apricot or sesame and apply on the affected area.  

2. Antirheumatic-

Nutmeg is analgesic, anti-inflammatory, and warming, which means it can be used to prevent or relieve chronic rheumatic pain and swelling.Meraki nutmeg oil

 

3. Antispasmodic-

Nutmeg Essential Oil helps ease unwanted spasms and soothes the muscles into comfort. 

4. Improves cognitive skills-

It stimulates the brain and reduces stress and mental exhaustion. To treat anxiety and depression naturally, we recommend a holistic approach through this oil. The oil is very popular in homoeopathy and its usage goes back to Greek civilizations where nutmeg became a brain tonic in spite of it being expensive. 

 

5. Digestive Aid-

In traditional medicine, Nutmeg was used as a remedy for digestive disorders, appetite stimulation, flatulence, spasms, and vomiting.

6. Sedative-

Smelling Nutmeg Essential Oil helps soothe the mind and helps induce restful sleep. 

 

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7. Antibacterial & Antifungal properties-

It has potent antibacterial and antifungal properties and can be added in low dilution into body oils to keep your skin healthy and happy.  

 

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 Safety Information : 

Nutmeg can irritate the skin when oxidized, and also if used in higher dilutions, as it is a hot oil. 

 How to use:

 When blending Essential Oils please keep in mind the dilution ratio, 3 to 5% dilution in a base or carrier oil, refer to the attached dilution chart in the link below to understand the number of drops.

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