Saffron contains fatty substances, minerals, mucilage, and many essences. The color of saffron is related to a substance called crosin. Saffron onion is poisonous and its excessive consumption is fatal for animals.
Recommended Saffron Intake
Proper methods of maintaining
Helping with the natural digestion of food
Reinforcing the stomach and acting as an anti-tympanites
Bringing happiness, curing nerve pains and acting as a tranquilizer
Reinforcing the memory
It is an anticonvulsants , anti-depression and anti- Alzheimer
Stimulating and reinforcing of sexual desires
Curing breath diseases such as asthma and coughing
Treating blood pressure , reducing cholesterol
Curing Anemia resulting from shortage of iron in females
Treating muscle cramp and Rheumatism in form of external use
Consumption of about one gram a day is suitable for an adult person. As for pregnant women, it is better to be consumed in accordance with the physician’s prescription or advice.
Saffron should be maintained in glass containers and in dry and cold place far from direct sunshine.