Buy Incredible Nutmeg - Jayphal - Jaiphal
Do you think your food lacks something? Perhaps some flavor? Or aroma? Do you also hate how bland milk tastes? We have just what you need: Jayphal!
Nutmeg: though the name sounds like a nut, it's a spice. It is a seed spice which is also known as jaiphal, in the Indian languages.
It is used in international cuisines, baked goods, desserts and is popular in the culinary world for its aroma, taste, and calming brain effects.
It is mostly used for seasoning in multiple recipes.
Latin Name for this Evergreen tree seeds of Myristica fragrans.
It is grown on Konkan and Kerala's coast in India and is commonly used in spices like garam masala.
It is a spice made of a seed of a fruit. Nutmeg and Mace are grown on the same tree, the seed is nutmeg, and the fruit is the Mace spice.
They are commonly used in Indian cuisine to enhance the fragrance of a dish.
It has a sweet taste and a pungent smell. It acts as a fragrant for shrikhand, pudding, biryani, sauces, Piyush, and baked goods.
Some chefs sprinkle it on cakes for a pleasant aroma.
It is used in many dishes as it helps with the digestion of food, relieves cough, and helps you get sound sleep.
Some of the Indonesian cooks prepare a sweet dessert, Indonesian manisan pala using this spice.
Trees of this spice have long spread egg-shaped leaves with tiny, bell-shaped yellow flowers.
In Konkan, these trees are grown around the farmhouse.
It gives off a unique fragrance in the night.
It blooms all year. But the monsoon blossom from June to August is famous.
Hot chocolate with fresh Nutmeg powder is a famous drink.
These seeds are brownish-gray ovals roughly egg-shaped with a rugged surface.
The fruit is covered with a light yellow shade. It has green and red markings across it.
It looks like a large plum or apricot.
Benefits of Nutmeg
There is a high demand for it due to its aroma and long term health benefits such as:
- It helps to ease oral problems.
- Help boosts your skin health.
- It detoxifies and cleans the body.
- It is the best natural cough syrup.
- It boosts and improves our blood circulation.
- It helps boost and improve the immune system of the body.
- It acts as an add-on and helps prevent leukemia.
- The calming psychoactive effects of this spice helps sound sleep.
- It help relieves pain
- It helps in the release of digestive enzymes, which helps eases indigestion, strengthens cognitive functions.
As per Ayush Ministry, a decoction of nutmeg, cardamom, clove, cinnamon, black raisins, black pepper, and tulsi in water is the best homemade cough syrup immunity booster.
Cough syrup prepared from this can be suitable as an immunity booster in a pandemic.
With a history of Origin from the Indonesia, Banda Islands, it was spread across the globe by European traders. That's how they reached India.
History depicts the tree that is local to the Moluccas called Maluka, the Spice Islands of Indonesia.
Hence it is mainly grown in Indonesia as well as some parts of the 24 West Indies islands.
It is also grown on a smaller size in India, China, Sri Lanka, Mauritius, Malaysia, Zanzibar, and Solomon Island.
In India, Kerala has a large share of this spice. Hence it ranks first in the country.
Karnataka ranks second, and Maharashtra ranks third.
Jayphal a 100% Vegetarian Spice or Vegan Spice
It is made from a seed. So, it is a pure vegan product.
You can use it in delicacies specially prepared for your festive and worship god.
In the Maharashtrian Shrikhand recipe, you will always find powder of this spice sprinkled on Shrikhand's servings.
We deliver real spice grown naturally from Konkan & Kerala to your doorstep.
We naturally grow the spice. A task force, led by our founder, spent two years touring the nation to find the best farmers who use traditional and natural ways.
One of the local products from this is Nutmeg butter.
It is in a semi-solid butter with a pleasant aroma.
Uses for this butter are for stiff leg or body pain.
It also helps with skin irritation.
Some people use it as a lip balm.
Easy to use Grated or Ground Nutmeg powdered
Generally, it is grated using a grater.
It is an easy-to-make fresh powder. You can grind this in a mortar or blender or mixer grinder or grater.
You can easily add this to a warm cup of milk, kheer, or any dessert of your choice.
Nutmeg for cough in Infants
This incredible spice helps you and infants as a cough syrup during cold and cough.
It provides warmth and heat to the body; it helps in treating cough and cold.
It is a natural way of curing cough in infants.
Rich in antioxidants, which help resist free radicals and keep cancer at bay.
Are you having trouble sleeping? Want to know which spices can help you get a sound sleep?
If this is your question, then the answer is here. Warm milk and this spice, an Ayurvedic Drink for Sleep, helps in insomnia and multiple sleep-related disorders.
Essential oils from this spice
Most pharma and perfume companies use essential oil gained by the steam extract of grounded spice for healthy use.
In this nutmeg Oil, there's the cyanidin part of essential oils. This oil is non-volatile.
It also has the phenolic part that helps limit oxidative tension.
Its aphrodisiac quality helps boost libido and promote sexual wellness.
It's anti-inflammatory quality help protect from arthritis, Alzheimer's disease, heart disease, and even the common cold.
Antibacterial sources in it help keep gum diseases away.
It helps increase heart health as well as keep you in a good mood.
Side Effects of the spice
It leads to trippy effects with acute or large intake daily or extended duration usage in 120 mg or more daily doses.
May lead to anxiety, dizziness, palpitations, and hallucinations.
It may cause other brain-related mental diseases along with side effects.
It resolves within 24 hours if the dose is removed from the body via urine or stool.
May lead to nutmeg poisoning.
You may suffer unrest, sleepiness, delusion, nausea, irregular heartbeat, with dry mouth if consumed large amounts.
If you have any seed allergy, then you need to avoid it.
If you have a spice allergy, it may result in eczema.
Please talk to your physician or doctor for any of the queries.
The source of the above information is from the internet and various Ayurveda books.
Care for Pregnant and Nursing women
Nursing and pregnant women should avoid large doses. They can use it in a small quantity in desserts and dishes.
If consumed in many more than 7.5 gms, it may affect childbirth processes in pregnant women and stop the prostaglandin process.
It may affect the fetus due to its contents like hallucinogens if it is consumed more than 7.5 grams.
It may lose flavor and aroma quickly if kept open.
Hence purchase it in small packs.
Please keep it in pack conditions in an airtight container.
Store in a cool and dry place.
This spice is indeed superfood!
Other names of this spice
Jauzbuwa, jaiphal, جائفل Urdu
Jaji kaya, Jajikai, Jajikaya, Jājikāya, జాజికాయ in Telugu
Jaikai, ಜಾಯಿಕಾಯಿ, Jāyikāyi in Kannada
Jathikai, Jattikay, ஜாதிக்காய் Jadhikai, Jatikkai, Sathiccupi, Jadhiccupi in Tamil
Jathikka, Jathika, Jatikka, ജാതിക്ക in Malayalam
Jayaphala, জায়ফল in Bengali
जायफल in Hindi
जायफळ in Marathi
Jayphal, ਜਾਫ in Punjabi
Jayaphala, જાયફળ in Gujarati