Friday, December 05, 2014

Nutmeg juice

This sweet spice is high in fiber and manganese, which are catalysts for breaking down fats and cholesterol.

Two of the spices that Columbus was looking for when he stumbled upon Caribbean, nutmeg and mace are from the same tree.

The nutmeg is the seed and the mace is the lacy aril that covers it. The nutmeg tree Myristica fragrans is the native to the Moluccas in Indonesia and is also cultivated in Grenada in the W. Indies.

During ancient Greece and Roma nutmeg juice was used as a brain tonic to help eliminate stress and fatigue.

Nutmeg also been shown to help relive indigestion, to improve bad breath and to enhance relaxation to encourage sleep.
Nutmeg juice

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