Health benefits of saffron
According to ancient Iranian medicine, saffron is warm and dry, and the medicinal properties of saffron are numerous. The most important property of saffron, which has long been used in the past, is the treatment of depression.
Saffron has a strong smell and bitter taste:
1) Eating saffron tea can cause digestion
2) The pain reliever effect
4) It stimulates the nerves
5) Saffron is hematopoietic and facilitates blood circulation
6) Saffron consumption eliminates postpartum hemorrhages.
7) Strengthens sex drive
8) Cleanses and strengthens the liver
9) Cough removes and has a beneficial effect on the treatment of bronchitis
10) Cleanses the kidney and bladder
11) Calming and hypnotic
12) Saffron is anticonvulsant
13) Relieves gastric gas
15) And if you finally want to be happy and smiling always eat saffron
Source: Traditional medicine books
Because saffron has an effect on the reproductive system, pregnant women should avoid eating it because it may lead to miscarriage.
Medicinal properties of herbal saffron tea
Saffron brew is essentially antidepressant and invigorating and helps improve gastrointestinal function; other medicinal properties of saffron include diuretic and therefore useful for kidney and bladder washing.Facilitation of digestion, gastric bloating, facilitation of blood circulation and hematopoiesis are other benefits as well as antioxidant and consequently anticancer properties. (Scientific name: Crocus Sativus)Saffron has euphoric properties and is nowadays used by some European pharmaceutical companies as an antidepressant integrator.
Since depression is one of the most important factors in reducing libido, improving depression also increases libido. Overall, 2% of Iranian couples have infertility, with men accounting for 3%. Recent research suggests that “ROS: Reactive Oxygen Species” is one of the causes of male fertility decline.