Nutmeg is the seed of the nutmeg tree. For seasoning food, it is usually used in the powdered form. The spice Mace is the dried lacy covering of the nutmeg seed. The nutmeg tree is the only tropical fruit tree that produces two different spices.

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Can nutmeg help with opiate withdraw?

Instead of spending an hour explaining why or why not nutmeg will cure your ailment, refer to this guide on how to endure opiate withdrawls.

Isn't opiate withdraw real cool. For some reason everyone says they spend a lot of time in the restroom. lol


Is getting high from eating nutmeg bad for you?

Yes, nutmeg is poisonous and can cause toxic psychosis.


Where was nutmeg discovered?



How much nutmeg is safe?

No more than 20 grams about 5 Tablespoons per day


Can the spice nutmeg get bugs in it?

Oh yes, it definitely can get bugs in it. It is best stored in a sealed, air-tight container.


What to use instead of nutmeg?

It depends on what your making It s cinnamon


What is the recommended dosage of nutmeg in Chinese medicine?

250-500 mg of nutmeg mixed with other herbs is recommended, once or twice a day. It can be taken in powder plain, capsules, pills, or infusion, and should be taken on an empty stomach. And more . . .


What is the scientific name or taxonomic classification of the Calabash Nutmeg?

The scientific name would be Monodora myristica.


What kind of a high does ground nutmeg give you?

Nutmeg, when taken in excess, is hallucinogenic. Be careful though, more than 3 cloves causes system failure, and even death.


Orange is to citrus as nutmeg is to?

Orange is to citrus as nutmeg is to spice!


What is an alternative name for Nutmeg?



What you say nutmeg and cinnamon in Telugu?

Nutmeg is jajikaya జాజికాయ and cinnamon is dalchinachekka దాల్చినచెక్క


Is nutmeg really a mind altering substance?

In sufficiently large quantities (much more than typically used in cooking), nutmeg will have deliriant effects with an onset of several hours and effects for up to three days, but carries side effects including dizziness, flushes, dry mouth, accelerated heartbeat, temporary constipation, difficulty in urination, nausea, and panic. Additionally, there is some amount of risk entailed, as ingesting too much nutmeg can cause an acute toxic psychosis that may require hospitalization.


How many teaspoons are in 20 grams of nutmeg?

I read that 1 teaspoon of sugar is about 4 grams

1 teaspoon of suger is 3 grams and there are 9 teaspoons of ground nutmeg in 20 grams of nutmeg


How long does a nutmeg high last?

I've done nutmeg a few times, and I always research first, so I can tell you nutmeg lasts a very long time. With an average dose of 2-3 tablespoons you can expect effects to last around 24 hours, though there are too many variables to give you an exact answer. Keep in mind, though, that this is not 24 hours of total ecstasy, just 24 hours of psychotropic effects, which will begin to decline in intensity maybe halfway through. Also, the larger the dose you take, the longer you will be an apathetic zombie afterward. I once tripped on three tablespoons and I spent the entire next day staring off into space, feeling like I was dead. It was quite horrible, actually, and made me regret the trip I had. At two tablespoons my trip was shorter and less interesting, but I just slept through any crash there might have been, and if I'm going to do it again I'll stick with the lower dosage.

Be careful with nutmeg, as it is a deliriant, not your usual euphoriant or hallucinogen. There's a fairly high probability of you experiencing mild hallucinations like hearing your name said or something, but if you try to up the dosage to get acidlike stuff, you could very easily overdose or go completely insane for a few days. Deliriants are the sort of thing which lead people to cut off their arms (documented case of a man who smoked datura, another natural deliriant).

Be cautious and respectful with it, and you can have a good time. For many people the effects are similar to marijuana.

It takes about 6 hours to kick in and makes you feel bad.


What is the recommended dose for a nutmeg high?

Start with 5g and work your way up. The high lasts for a while and is generally considered unpleasant. Be safe.


How long does a nutmeg high take to kick in?

A long, long time. Upwards of four hours to start feeling noticeable effects. Do not redose if you don't feel anything because you could very easily take too much and end up sleeping for days.


Is it okay to eat expired nutmeg?

Actually, untreated nutmeg can be extreely poisonous


Why is Connecticut call the nutmeg state?

Connecticut's official nickname, adopted in 1959, is "The Constitution State," based on its colonial constitution of 1638-39.

Unofficially (but popularly) Connecticut is also known as "The Nutmeg State".

The nutmeg connection to Connecticut may come from its sailors returning from voyages with nutmeg (which in the 18th and 19th centuries was a very valuable spice in New England). It is also said to come from Connecticut Yankee peddlers who would sell small carved nobs of wood shaped to look like nutmeg to the local Native Americans and other unsuspecting customers.

Since my family settled the town today known as Cheshire in the mid-1600s, I know whereof I speak.

Walter Brooks, Editor,


Will smoking nutmeg get you high?

yes, but you have to smoke atleast 2 joints worth for it to kick in fully..


Can you use nutmeg in the dryer for scenting clothes?

I think you could try it but i would put it in a thin cloth like a teabag, make sure the bag is secure, try it first on towels or something to test to see if it will color or stain clothing


How many teaspoons are in 1 ounces nutmeg?

one trillion


Could you fail a drug test if you smoke nutmeg?



What is a nutmeg in soccer?

It is when you push the ball between the defenders legs and go around them to regain control of the ball


How many grams of nutmeg are in one cup?

go to to get all your conversion answers met.


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