The reason for its hefty price is its labor-intensive harvesting method, making the production costly. Saffron is harvested by hand from the Crocus sativus flower, commonly known as the “saffron crocus.” The term “saffron” applies to the flower’s thread-like structures, or stigma. It originated in Greece, where it was revered for its medicinal properties. People would eat saffron to enhance libido, boost mood, and improve memory
English Name: Saffron Honey
Urdu Name: زعفران شہد
Scientific Name: Crocus Sativus
Uses & Health Benefits:
A powerful antioxidant.
May improve mood and treat depressive symptoms.
May have cancer-fighting properties.
May reduce PMS symptoms.
May act as an aphrodisiac.
May reduce appetite and aid weight loss.
Easy to add to your diet.
It helps to treat digestive problems and constipation.