This spice is the dry, outer aril that firmly envelops the nutmeg kernel. Even though mace and nutmeg are derived from the same nutmeg fruit, these two are entirely different spices. Mace possesses an intense aroma compared to the nutmeg. It also tastes more pungent and spicier than nutmeg. Mace is mainly used in baking and has been playing the key role in flavoring doughnuts for centuries.
The active principles in Mace spice have several therapeutic applications in numerous conventional medicines as anti-depressant, aphrodisiac, carminative and anti-fungal functions.
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