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Your trusted NUTMEG OIL SUPPLIER with a strong industrial and commercial presence in Europe, Asia, Middle East and Africa.

Tradeasia International Pte Ltd was established in 2002 as chemicals trading company. Over the years our product were expanded. Tradeasia International Pte Ltd was established to provide its customers with easy access to the finest Nutmeg Oil goods. Our staff has extensive experience with Nutmeg Oil products, we pride ourselves on our commitment to quality, reliability, and speed. We bring high quality Nutmeg Oil to you. Nutmeg Oil that we offer is obtained from the best sources and processed to the highest standards to produce the final result that is suitable for high quality nutmeg oil you need. Join with us and welcome to be our successfull business partner for Nutmeg Oil trading world wide.

What is Nutmeg Oil

whole-nutmegsNutmeg oil is a volatile essential oil from nutmeg (Myristica fragrans) containing borneol and eugenol. Nutmeg is a spice harvested from plants of the Myristica genus, of which there are about 100 species native to Australia, Southeast Asia, and the Pacific Islands. Nutmeg is derived from the seed of the plant, while the red membrane that covers it is made into the spice mace. Nutmeg has the Latin name Myristica fragrans. It is also known by other common names such as mace, muscdier, magic, muskatbaum, noz moscada, myristica, nuez moscada and nux moschata. The nutmeg tree grows very tall and may reach up to seventy feet. Nutmeg oil is obtained from the seed of the fruit of this tree. The fruit when dried gives nutmeg which is the seed and mace which is the covering. Nutmeg oil has a warm, spicy, sharp aroma; it has a number of properties including being analgesic, anti-septic, digestive, an aphrodisiac, stimulant, tonic and anti-oxidant. In aromatherapy, Nutmeg is used in the treatment of a number of conditions; it is used to treat arthritis, gout, rheumatism, poor circulation, indigestion, constipation, flatulence, nausea, nervous fatigue and anxiety. Application of Nutmeg is used in a variety of cuisines, and the essential oil of the seed has medicinal applications. In India, nutmeg is commonly used in sweet dishes, but also in a mixture of spices called garam masala. Nutmeg is also an ingredient in Japanese curries. In Western Europe, nutmeg more often appears in savory dishes, including cheese sauces, soups, and potato and meat dishes. Mulled wine or cider also commonly includes nutmeg, along with other spices.