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What is Saffron?
Saffron is the most expensive spice in the world.
1kg of Saffron
Because each thread must be carefully hand-picked from 150,000 Crocus Sativus flowers to make up 1kg of dry Saffron.
Crocus Sativus is a sterile flower therefore they fail to produce viable seeds for natural reproductions, which is why the cultivation hinges purely on human assistance.
You can imagine then this requires many hands and hours to produce the precious Red Gold that is Saffron.
Handpicked with care and patience!
Scientific evidence is highlighting the growing health benefits of consuming Saffron daily.
It is rich with Vitamins and Minerals, along with Carotenoids (Antioxidants).
Some of the known health benefits include improving…
Our Saffron is grown in fresh, nutrient-rich soil to yield the best flowers.
Sourced from quality assured farms in Afghanistan, which provides the ideal conditions for growing some of the world's best Saffron.
The Saffron undergoes a rigorous filtering process to ensure only the best threads are selected.
Finally, the Saffron is then tested against the ISO 3632 Standards and is also FDA approved from the moment it's picked to the final packaged product.
You are in good company!
Saffron has been cultivated for human consumption for over 3,000 years, not only to provide wonderful flavoring in food and beverages but also used in medicines, perfumes, and dyes.
Cleopatra was reported to use Saffron in her warm baths because of its natural coloring and cosmetic properties. She also would use it before encounters with men, believing that the Saffron would make lovemaking more pleasurable.
Along with Cleopatra, Alexander the Great and his forces were also big advocates for the use of Saffron. Alexander himself sprinkled Saffron in warm a bath in the hope that it would heal his many wounds from battle, and his faith in Saffron grew with each treatment.