Saffron, also known as kesar, is a valuable medicinal herb and spice. In fact, it is the stigma or style of the Saffron Crocus flower. Many people think that the benefits of eating saffron during pregnancy are enormous though some say that there are risks, including abortive conditions, to the expectant mothers by doing so. So, is it good to take saffron during pregnancy? Admittedly, that’s an interesting question to pursue. Continue reading Is It Safe To Eat Saffron While Pregnant?
Saffron, one of the world’s most expensive medicinal herbs and spices, is native to Asia and European countries. While you are more familiar with it as a spice in cooking to impart its exotic flavor and aroma, people increasingly use it as a beauty ingredient. If you have never tried anything like a saffron face mask to improve and brighten your skin tone, now it is time for you to get to know the amazing benefits of this magical herb for health, skin, and hair. Continue reading Uses of Saffron for Beauty
When you think of saffron, the yellow-orange stigmas from the purple saffron crocus, you may just focus on its most famous label – the world’s most expensive spice. However, you may not know that this is still a healing herb that has long been used in Chinese medicine and Ayurveda for the treatment of a variety of different disorders, including whooping cough, depression, heartburn, dry skin, insomnia, and so on. More than that, it is worth mentioning that these days saffron supplements are also used to help lose weight, improve your skin complexion, prevent depression, and relieve PMS symptoms. Continue reading Does Saffron Help You Lose Weight?