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Saffron is more than just a spice; it’s a game-changer in the kitchen, with the power to elevate dishes or overpower them.

Its subtle flavor and ancient tradition invite exploration to fully appreciate its versatility.



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Saffron isn't just another spice

In today’s culinary and health conversations, one name often pops up: Saffron. It’s everywhere, in recipes, health talks, and markets. But here’s the catch: despite its popularity, Saffron is often misunderstood.

Saffron isn’t just another spice; it’s a game-changer in the kitchen. But beware, a little goes a long way.

It can elevate dishes or overpower them completely.

And let’s talk health. Saffron is said to have benefits, from mood enhancement to antioxidants. But let’s keep it real: separating fact from fiction isn’t always easy.

The magic of Saffron lies not in fancy promises but in its subtle flavor and ancient tradition. It’s common yet mysterious, waiting for curious souls to unlock its true potential.

Cultivating it

The flowering season of saffron is from May to July every year. In the saffron-rich provinces in eastern Iran, every year during the saffron blooming season, you can see patches and clusters of pink-purple flowers everywhere on the dry land. This is the scene during the saffron harvest season. Each flower bud of mature saffron has 3 petals, and there is a slender tubular stamen in the middle of each petal. 3 pistils grow from the center of the 3 stamens, and the color is brown-red, purple or brown.


King Darius of the Achaemenid Dynasty of the ancient Persian Empire loved to plant flowers and trees. He planted saffron in his garden and ordered the vassals he conquered to also plant these plants. Perhaps this was the beginning of saffron cultivation in other countries. At that time, there were records of eating saffron when baking naan. Since then, saffron has been widely used for food. After the Arabs occupied Iran, the princes and nobles learned to eat saffron, and the taste of saffron was praised as the taste of heaven.

For your health

Ancient ginger tea benefits women during menstruation by balancing yin and yang, relieving cold and dampness.

Ginger slices in the tea encourage sweating and detoxify the body, while brown sugar boosts energy and stabilizes blood sugar levels.

The tea promotes blood circulation and helps facilitate smooth menstrual discharge.

It aids in regulating menstruation, providing relief from irregular periods and dysmenorrhea.


Saffron supports uterine health and circulation, potentially benefiting men with conditions like prostatic hyperplasia.

Fundamentally regulate the vitality of the uterus. The ovaries and the uterus are closely related, so the conditioning principle of saffron on the uterus is also the same. By balancing uterine hormone secretion, regulating the normal function of the uterus, repairing the damage caused by uterine cold, and gradually weakening the rough skin caused by imbalance of uterine hormone secretion Men can also consume saffron. Typical male diseases such as prostatic hyperplasia and prostatitis have blood stasis. Promoting blood circulation and removing blood stasis is an effective method to treat prostatic hyperplasia.

The right to food

The right to food, and its variations, is a human right protecting the right of people to feed themselves in dignity, implying that sufficient food is available, that people have the means to access it, and that it adequately meets the individual’s dietary needs.

Usage Method

Examples and ways to use Saffron

1. It is very simple. You only need to take out an appropriate amount of saffron, about 5 to 8 roots, and add 80-degree water to brew. Depending on the number of saffron roots added, it can be brewed about 5 times.

2. Saffron soaking in wine is also a very good way to consume it. Mix saffron and white wine in a certain proportion (500 ml of white wine, 4g of saffron), and then store it in a dark and dry environment. It will be ready after half a month. It is ready for drinking, 20ml each time.

3. Cooking Risotto

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Weight 0.01 lbs


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