Saffron, apart from being used as a delicate flavoring agent in dishes, it was also used in herbal medicine in some countries. It has antimutagenic, antihypertensive, antitussive, cytotoxic, anticonvulsant, and many other beneficial effects on the body when ingested. S...

August 15, 2017

Saffron is known to most people as a culinary herb, imparting a rich flavor to risotto and rice dishes, soups, warming drinks and many other dishes. It comes from the stamins of the saffron flower, a type of crocus that grows in the mid-East. Saffron contains the carot...

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