Saturday, October 18, 2014

The Uses and Benefits of Saffron

The Benefits and Uses of Saffron

October 18, 2014

What is Saffron? 

Saffron is a small perennial plant; in springtime, an onion-like corm produces basal, linear leaves which are surrounded as a group at the bottom by cylindrical sheaths.  These gray-green leaves have hairy margins and grow to about 8 inches long.  About August or September, the corm produces a funnel-shaped, reddish-purple (sometimes lilac or white) flower.  These crocus-like flowers appear in late September, and the grasslike leaves can stay green until the following spring and are an attractive feature in the winter 

Benefits and Uses of Saffron

Saffron is helpful in the improvement of digestion and appetite, because it helps in improving circulation to the organs of digestion. It coats the membranes of stomach and colon which help in soothing gastrointestinal colic and acidity. Kidney and liver problem: This spice s found to be extremely beneficial for the treatment of kidney, bladder and liver disorders. Saffron is considered as a blood purifier.

Saffron is also used in weight loss supplements. Saffron is reported to decrease hunger cravings especially in carbohydrates. Unlike some other herbs, Saffron is safe to use for weight loss.

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I was recently given True Sol Saffron in exchange my honest opinion. The bottle said to take two a day for use in the use of weight loss. Since I wasn't trying to lose weight I only took one a day.  I definitely noticed a that I didn't crave junk food as much as I usually do. I also felt better in general.  I haven't had a chance to use them for pms but I'm anxious to try. I was extremely satisfied with True Sol Saffron.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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