Nutmeg

Review Available Nutmeg Forms and Sizes Below

Common Names:  Nutmeg
Botanical Name:   Myristica fragrans seed

Chinese / Pin Yin Name:  Rou Dou Kou    
Nutmeg Dosage:  Consult your healthcare provider for your correct dose.
Nutmeg Precautions: Do not use if pregnant or nursing.  Do not use in large doses:  7.5 gm of the powdered herb can lead to dizziness, stupor or convulsion. 

Nutmeg Benefits & Information

Nutmeg is a popular spice used in many cuisines.  This nutty and warm spice can add intense flavor to your food, but also offers health benefits.  In traditional Chinese medicine nutmeg warms the Middle Jiao, regulates the Qi and is an aromatic stimulant. Nutmeg may temporarily ease pain, promote restful sleep, benefit digestion, supports brain health, protects liver health, promotes oral health, benefits cardiovascular health, supports skin health and promotes a positive mental state.  Nutmeg has anti-inflammatory, analgesic, antibacterial, antiseptic, nervine and cardio tonic effects
Nutmeg Properties: Acrid, Warm, Toxic
Nutmeg Channels / Meridians: Spleen, Stomach, Large Intestine
Nutmeg Naturally Occurring Components: Pinene, Sabinene, Camphene, Myristicin, Eugenol, Safrol, Elemicin, α-Thujene, Carene, Dipentene, Geraniol, Myristin

Herbs That Combine With Nutmeg

Angelica Dahurica     Tribulus Fruit

References
https://www.organicfacts.net/health-benefits/herbs-and-spices/nutmeg.htmlhttp://alternativehealing.org/rou_dou_kou.htmhttps://herbpathy.com/Uses-and-Benefits-of-Nutmeg-Cid310