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Saffron

ORIGIN AND HISTORY

Sabalan Goods Saffron have been professionally handpicked and separated from the flower prior to natural drying. Plastic or wood baskets are used for moving to prevent any mechanical damage or pollution, resulting in the highest quality saffron threads available on the market. Sabalan Goods saffron using traditional method to dry stigmas of saffron to maintain its quality and benefits. stigmas have been grouped inside baskets, which contained fine holes, and then hung from the ceiling of a room with appropriate temperature. When the color of stigmas changed to dark red and they crashed between two fingers, the drying process comes to an end. The next step is to tested, sorted, packed and sealed, insuring that the full, unique and exquisite flavor, aroma and color of this “vegetable gold” reaches the consumer.

Originally from the Persian Empire, saffron is a spice derived from the flower of the Crocus Sativus plant. Saffron-based pigments have been found in the prehistoric paints used to illustrate beasts in 50,000-year-old cave art found in modern-day Iraq, which was even then northwest of the Persian Empire. Saffron was used by ancient Persian worshippers as a ritual offering to their deities, and as a brilliant yellow dye, perfume, and a medicine. Cleopatra of late Ptolemaic Egypt used a quarter-cup of saffron in her warm baths, as she prized its colouring and cosmetic properties. Egyptian healers used saffron as a treatment for all varieties of gastrointestinal ailments.

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INSTRUCTION

Store the saffron carefully. Saffron doesn't spoil, but it will gradually lose its flavour in storage. Proper storage can preserve the saffron for longer periods, however.

⚠️Wrap the saffron threads in foil and place them in an airtight container. Store them in a cool, dark place for up to 6 months. For longer storage, keep the container of saffron in your freezer for up to 2 years.

⚠️ Note that ground saffron should be used within 3 to 6 months and stored in an airtight container and a cool, dark place.

Know what flavor to expect.

Saffron has a pungent, musty taste and scent with sweet floral accents. When used in excess, however, the taste can quickly become bitter.

Look for quality saffron. High quality saffron is a bunch of long red strands that are bright red in color. Avoid powdered saffron, as it's usually mixed with a lot of fillers. Good saffron consists of fine, evenly sized threads that are deep red in color with an orange tendril on one end and a trumpet-shaped flute on the other.

In comparison, fake saffron may look like shredded, irregular threads with disconnected tendrils and pieces of bark mixed into the package. The scent may not be very strong and usually smells like bark.

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BENEFITS

Sabalan Goods Saffron a treasured spice with a long-standing, culinary tradition is also a renowed herb with proven medicinal properties. You may have used saffron for cooking , but did you know that saffron has long been used for centuries for its healing properties ? Clearly there is something magical about the crocus sativus flower , from which the spice saffron is derived. Its striking beauty and uniqueness are also illustrated by the fact that it shuns mechanization , requiring of its would be processors that it be painstakingly , harvested by hand

 

Saffron is richly, brimming with vitamins and minerals, including vitamin A, riboflavin, folic acid, niacin, vitamin C, magnesium, manganese, selenium, calcium and zinc. It also contains more than 150 volatile components like carotenoids, which include; lycopene, various alpha and beta carotene and the reddish coloured, zeaxanthin which is, one of the carotenoids naturally present in the retinas of the human eye.

Saffron is rich in plant compounds that act as antioxidants, such as crocin, crocetin, safranal, and kaempferol. Antioxidants help protect your cells against oxidative stress. antioxidants may help kill cancer cells while leaving normal cells unharmed.

 

Saffron may help treat symptoms of mild-to-moderate depression, improving brain Chemistry , balancing mood and Enhancing memory.

 

Saffron improving vision, macula health and visual fatigue.

 

Both eating and smelling saffron appears to help treat PMS symptoms, such as irritability, headaches, cravings, pain, and anxiety. its also fighting Acne, soothing skin irritation.

Saffron may have aphrodisiac properties for both men and women . saffron may protecting the prostate gland and supporting male vitality. saffron increasing metabolism and energy. saffron rejuvenating hormonal balance, targeting core cause of menopause

 

Saffron encouraging weight loss, appetite suppression and fat burning.

 

Saffron has been linked to several other potential health benefits, soothing the nervous and cardiovascular system , strengthening the immune defense system, serving the digestive system and battering liver function.

 

Saffron contains two chemicals, crocin and crocetin, which researchers believe may help learning and memory function. One study Trusted Source published in Phytotherapy Research found that saffron was able to improve learning and memory problems. This promising research shows that saffron may have potential in treating diseases that affect the brain, like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.