Saffron has been used as a spice for centuries, not only for its aromatic flavor and golden color, but also for its numerous health benefits.

Saffron comes from a plant known as "saffron crocus", specifically from the stigma of its flower, 'Crocus sativus'.

Origin of saffron

Saffron has a delicate sweet taste and aroma, which can transform any dish into a culinary masterpiece.

Taste and Aroma

Saffron has multiple benefits from boosting the immune system to preventing various seasonal diseases.


Saffron is a spice that has been used for its diaphoretic, carminative and aphrodisiac properties. Increases immunity

Health Benefits of Saffron

Saffron contains potassium, which is essential for dilating blood vessels, lowering blood pressure and preventing heart attacks.

Lowers Blood Pressure

Saffron has antidepressant properties that help relieve mild to moderate depression. It is also effective in reducing anxiety and stress.

Relieves Depression

Saffron contains antioxidants that help improve skin texture, reduce acne and give the skin a natural glow. It also helps prevent premature aging.

Improves Skin Health

Saffron is a versatile spice that can be used in a variety of foods and beverages.

How to use saffron

To make saffron tea, add a pinch of saffron thread to boiling water and let steep for a few minutes. You can also add honey or lemon juice for taste.

Saffron Tea

Saffron is considered to be the most expensive spice in the world. Each saffron flower collects one of three stigmas. About 75,000 saffron flowers are used to make one pound of this spice.

Why is saffron expensive?