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Buy Kashmiri Original Saffron/ Kesar For Pregnancy-A+++ Quality- 5 Gram Pack
- Special For Pregnancy
- Original Kashmiri Saffron From Saffron Valley.
- Kashmiri Origin Saffron
- No added Chemical
- No added Substances.
Believed to be originated from the Ancient Greece, “The Red Gold” better named as “Saffron”, whose purple veils shrug you and the wafting odour refresh your souls, is best known for its culinary use as a spice and has been used for hundreds of years as a natural medicine. Saffron comes from the saffron crocus bulb (Crocus sativus), an autumn-flowering crocus. Each flower produces only three stigmas, and a juicy crocus bulb produces only one flower, so it is very rare and expensive. The thread then is plucked and dried by hand, resulting in a fragrant and beautiful spice that is appreciated all over the world. It takes a handpicked stigma – to gain a single pound, which comes from the dried stigma of saffron crocuses, which explains why it is the most expensive spice in the world. In addition to whatever the price, it is usually packaged and sold in a variety of different quantities such as 1gm, 2gm, 10gm, for household use and 1-5kg as wholesale.
From flower to scent, food to remedy, it blooms and droops. Astound to see how Alexander the Great was noted having baths with saffron-embedded-water to help salve the wounds after battle. Being a source of funds to thousands of folks it has been giving royal tinge to the cuisine.
Although saffron is appreciated in many parts of the world, its only producers are few. Being said that, we have 3 known producers in the world who produced it.
What Is Kashmiri Saffron Special For :
it is embedded with a variety of medicinal properties, from anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties to anti-inflammatory, antifungal and antiseptic properties and Mostly Used For Pregnancy.The flower produces only three threads (stigmas) of saffron that can only be harvested by hand. The flower is harvested in spring when it withers almost immediately and is closed inside to protect the
As the flower contains only three fragile stigmas, it can take up to 50,000 blossoms to produce a pound of dried Kashmiri saffron.
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