Mace Blades is one of the most expensive spices due to its impermanence and complicated production method.
Health benefits: Flowers are distinguished by high nutrition, rich in protein, fiber and beta-carotene. In addition, it contains vitamins such as A, B1, B2, B6 and C. Other nutrients contained in macis are bio components such as: sodium, potassium, magnesium, iron, calcium, zinc, copper, selenium and manganese. Mace Blades are extremely effective for treating gastrointestinal complaints, increases appetite and improves digestion. They are also ideal in case of gastrointestinal intoxication, cramps or gastritis or flatulence. Mace Blades also relieves retching and diarrhea. The infusion has a beneficial effect on the skin: it cleanses it and helps in the treatment of eczema. In addition, due to the soothing effect, it is considered a great tonic. It also has a pain-relieving effect on joints and muscles, alleviating rheumatic pains. In Chinese natural medicine, Mace Blades are used to treat bronchial diseases, infections and kidney diseases like kidney stones.
Other use: Both the flower and nutmeg have been used in kitchens in many parts of the world.
How to make Mace Blades Tea?
Put 3 tablespoons of Mace Blades into 250 ml of hot water, cover and leave for 10-15 minutes. Put a bit of honey and you’re ready to enjoy your beautiful, delicious, yet healthy treat! We also recommend adding Mace Blades to other teas: black, green or red. It will certainly bring out unique flavor compositions.