Vitalbeauty imports super negin saffron, grown on traditional farms in Ghaenat, north-east of Iran. As with wine in France, the saffron has different character based on soil, climate and tradition where it is grown. Saffron from Ghaenat is known for its dark red color on the scars, strong yellow color on the cover, and strong flavor. This saffron is especially good for coffee, tea, red meat and sauces.
Saffron is an exclusive spice with a number of unique properties. In the West today we often only think about the price when we talk about saffron. Now is the time to get acquainted with saffron again. The taste, the smell, the color; whatever Safran gives everything a boost!
Incense and massage oil with saffron are healing, in food it enhances the other flavors, as well as being life-giving to the body and psyche.
In a study conducted by Adrian Lopresti and Peter Drummond, of Murdoch University in Australia, it was shown that saffron cures depressive disorders far more effectively than happiness pills.
Saffron also relieves physical pain, such as PMS.
On the street in Iran, the price of saffron is used as a standard for everything of high value. For example, a rug can be so expensive that the price is referred to as saffron.
Persian trade in saffron dates back several thousand years, starting with trade routes through Asia, where saffron was exchanged for Chinese silk, Indian ivory and Arabic wicker.
Persian culture and the use of saffron, in all types of dishes, are just as old, hence the high quality of saffron from today's Iran.
The healing properties of saffron have, over time, been used for a wide range of disorders, by people across much of the world, among others. by ancient Egyptian rulers. Alexander the Great swore to bathing water with saffron to heal wounds, and demand rose in the weather as the Black Death ravaged.