Nutmeg Powder | Jaiphal Powder | Jathikai Powder

Rs. 158.00

Net Weight

50 GM 100 GM 250 GM

Nutmeg Powder | Jaiphal Powder | Jathikai Powder

Rs. 158.00

Net Weight

50 GM 100 GM 250 GM
Product description

Nutmeg Powder | Jaiphal Powder | Jathikai Powder

We get Nutmeg from the Myristica fragrans tree grown on the farms of Kerala & Konkan.

We grind it hygienically with this spice into the powder.

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You can add a little bit of it to meat, soups, and desserts, giving the nicest aroma and dish flavor.

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Jathikai Origin in India

It is grown in Konkan, Gujarat, and Kerala sea cost.

It was brought to India by ancient spice traders.  

Initiated from Indonesia spice islands. Further developed and spread worldwide in Malaysia, India, and the Caribbean islands are new producers. 

Nutmeg Powder

It has been added since earlier days as a Masala in Indian cuisine, with Mughlai cuisine as a common ingredient. 

Myristica fragrans

Myristica fragrans is the only tropical tree that yields two kinds of spices:

  1. Nutmeg - Jayphal
  2. Mace - Javitri

A spice from a tree that is used for beauty and health benefits.

How to incorporate this into your diet?

Adding it to your diet is easy.

You can add the powder of Jaiphal in warm milk, and you're good to go! 

You can use it in Kadha. You can also prepare decoction or tea.

Decoction recipes 

You can prepare recipes like this.

Nutmeg tea

A fragrant aromatic spice with the unique flavor of the tea.

Adding this spice along with tea is very easy.

Boil a cup of water. Boil for some time, and voila! Add a pinch of Jathikai powder and a spoonful of tea leaves, shred some ginger or use saunth powder and sugar as per your choice. A teaspoon is enough.

You have a healthy, aromatic, tasty tea.

Jaiphal Powder

An aromatic spice with lots of fragrance.

No Artificial Addictives

Natural handpicked Spices

Hygienically grounded

Authentic Flavour & Quality

Nutritional Values of Jaiphal

Fruits are collected when fully ripe, and Jaiphal (seeds) and mace (rail), which are covered in this fruit, are sliced ​​and dried.

It is immensely beneficial for health. 

It helps to treat joint pain, asthma, cough, and cold. 

Therefore, it is one of the essential herbal spice ingredients in many cough syrups. 

Antiseptic properties in this spice help intestine health, improve stomach, and increase appetite. 

It reduces vomiting, diarrhea, and nausea.

It is widely used in Indian medicines as an aphrodisiac.

Most Chinese medicines use this spice as an herb for stomach aches, to treat digestive problems, and inflammation stemming from cold.

  • Act as an excellent detox agent. 
  • It comprises aphrodisiac-like properties. Therefore, it improves sexual wellness. 
  • It provides relief to those with asthma.
  • It is an excellent antiseptic agent.

Nutrient Values in 100 grams: 

  • Calories: 525
  • Total fat:36 g
  • Carbohydrates:49 g
  • Protein:6 g
  • Sodium :16 mg
  • Potassium: 350 mg
  • Calcium :184 mg
  • Iron :3 mg
  • Magnesium :183 mg
  • Calcium :0.18
  • Vitamin: C 3 mg
  • Vitamin A: 30 mcg
  • Vitamin B6: 0.2 mg
  • Niacin:1.3mg

Nutmeg Health Benefits

It is an essence full spice with several health benefits.

It is a healthy natural spice with enormous benefits for your baby, your family, and you.

  • Aids in treating insomnia
  • Aids digestion
  • Bad breath relief
  • Blood pressure and circulation
  • Calms your brain
  • Hair growth
  • Healthy skin
  • Good for Brain Health
  • Lowers cholesterol
  • Relive pain
  • Relieves in Diarrhea 
  • Weight loss

How safe is it? 

It is an excellent spice with multiple health benefits. 

Overeating, or even a spoonful of this spice, can cause discomfort.

Large doses can also cause death.

However, it should be properly dosed correctly in the proper doses. 

Jathikai, if consumed excessively, can be dangerous for your body.

Is Nutmeg safe during pregnancy?

Please avoid it during pregnancy, as it may prove fatal.

It is not advised to choose during pregnancy. 

Does Nutmeg induce and help to sleep in babies?

Yes, its calming and relaxing effects on small kids and children.

You can mix nutmeg powder of it in warm milk just before bedtime.

However, please ensure in small quantity for your child.

Excessive use of this spice can harm health.

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