Mace (Javitri)

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Mace (Javitri) comes in the form of dried, lacy or thread-like pieces with a reddish-brown color. It has a warm, sweet, and slightly spicy aroma similar to nutmeg but more delicate and floral.
Mace spice is commonly used as a flavoring agent in various dishes, such as stews, soups, meat dishes, and baked goods, including cakes, pies, and cookies. Mace spice is also popular in many spice blends, including curry powder, garam masala, and pumpkin pie spice.

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Origin

Mace (Javitri) is a well-known spice derived from the nutmeg tree, native to the Indonesian Moluccas islands. The nutmeg tree produces both nutmeg and mace, which are different parts of the same fruit. Mace is the outer covering of the nutmeg seed, and it has a distinct, slightly sweeter taste than nutmeg spice. The spice is used in various culinary dishes worldwide and has medicinal properties that make it a natural home remedy for many ailments.

Who Can Consume Mace?

Blade Mace is safe for consumption for most people, except for those with nutmeg allergies. People who are allergic to nutmeg spice or ground nutmeg should avoid consuming mace. Moreover, pregnant and breastfeeding women should consume it in moderation, as high doses may lead to adverse effects.

However, it is recommended to consult a doctor or a qualified nutritionist before consuming mace or any other new supplement, especially for those with pre-existing medical conditions.

Nutrition Facts

Mace spice or ground mace is a rich source of essential oils, including eugenol, elemicin, and myristicin, contributing to its distinct aroma and flavor. It also contains various nutrients, including vitamins A and C, calcium, iron, and magnesium. Moreover, mace has anti-inflammatory properties and contains antioxidants that help protect the body against oxidative stress.

Mace Preservation/Storage And Time

Whole mace is a spice that can be stored for an extended period if stored correctly. It should be kept in an airtight container in a cool, dry, and dark place, away from moisture, heat, and direct sunlight.

Mace spice should be stored for six months to retain its potency and flavor. Freshly grated mace can be stored in the refrigerator for up to two weeks, while ground mace should be used within six months.

Mace Use

Breakfast

  • Mace can be used in baking, such as in muffins or pancakes, or sprinkled on oatmeal or yogurt for added flavor.

Lunch

  • whole Mace can be added to soups, stews, or sandwiches to enhance the taste.

Dinner

  • Mace can be used in meat dishes, such as roasted chicken or beef, or added to vegetable dishes like sautéed spinach or roasted root vegetables.

Home Remedy

  • Javitri is commonly used to treat stomach problems including indigestion and flatulence. It may help calm stomach upset and reduce digestive inflammation thanks to its anti-inflammatory qualities. Some people believe that mace can alleviate nausea and vomiting
  • If you’re experiencing tooth pain, try using some mace, which has been used as a traditional home cure for this issue for generations. It may help combat germs and minimize gum irritation because to its antibacterial characteristics. When combined with a carrier oil, javitri can be administered topically to relieve pain and inflammation.
  • Mace is thought to contain sedative qualities, which may aid in relieving insomnia. It’s also said that it has calming effects that make it easier to go off to sleep. Consuming mace as a tea or mixed into warm milk is a great way to get a good night’s rest.

Earth Consciousness

  • Mace can be used as a natural insect repellent, as its aroma can deter insects such as mosquitoes.

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