Nutmeg Sri Lanka
Nutmeg (Myristica fragrans) has been reported that the plants have been introduced into Sri Lanka in the beginning of nineteenth century. The nutmeg seed is egg-shaped, about the size of a small walnut, and covered in a lacy red covering called mace, which is another spice. The nutmeg tree, in Sri Lanka, it is found mainly in the Kandy and Matale districts though it also grows in Bandarawela, Ella, Koslanda, Katuwana, Kabaragala, Wattegana and other areas which provide its required climatic conditions. It is also averse to strong winds and is normally cultivated in leeward slopes and sheltered valleys. There is also nutmeg oil which is used to scent soaps and perfumes. Nutmeg can also help you gain a smoother skin. When facial pores are clogged with excess oil and dead skin cells, giving rise to acne. A scrub made from nutmeg powder mixed with honey and made into a paste, which is then applied to the acne may help to make the marks less visible and then not at all. Nutmeg can be your apple a day to keep the doctor at bay as well for it comes laden with a bagful of health benefits. It can help you beat fatigue and it stimulates your brain.