Saffron was traditionally used to relieve fever, against cramps and as a sedative. Doctors also applied it as a cure for dysentery, measles, fever, jaundice, cholera, diabetes, urinary tract infections and, used externally, against bruising and rheumatism.
Did you know that using only 30 milligrams (0.03 gr) Saffron a day could have a positive effect on body and mind. Extremely high doses can be toxic and cause side effects and are not recommended, therefore, never use more than 1.5 grams per day.
Today, saffron is used in very different cuisines and in a variety of dishes and drinks. In Saudi Arabia, it is used in coffee, in Sweden they bake saffron bread on special days for saints …
Saffron was already used in ancient times and different cultures. Long before the birth of Christ, the spice was known in Asia Minor. Pharaohs in ancient Egypt used saffron for seasoning and as an aphrodisiac.
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