nutmeg oil


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nutmeg oil

[′nət‚meg ‚ȯil]
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A pale-yellow or colorless essential oil with spicy taste and nutmeg aroma; obtained from nutmegs; soluble in alcohol, carbon bisulfide, and glacial acetic acid; chief constituents are myristin, pinene, and dipentene; used in flavors, perfumes, and medicines. Also known as myristica oil.
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