Kashmiri Kesar, 1 gm.

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Saffron (Crocus sativus) is an herb that is widely cultivated in India and other parts of the world. The flower of Saffron contains a thread like red-colored stigma which is dried and used commercially as a spice for its powerful odor and also for Ayurvedic preparations.
Saffron helps relieve cough and asthma when taken along with honey. It is also beneficial in managing the problems of the reproductive system, such as, erectile dysfunction in men and menstrual pain in women.
Taking Saffron with milk relaxes the nervous system which helps reduce anxiety and prevents insomnia.
Saffron is also useful in skin problems as it protects against sun damage. Adding a few drops of Saffron oil to your daily-use cream might help prevent pigmentation and promote skin whitening.

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Did You Know

Organic Kashmiri Saffron History of Organic Kashmiri Saffron According to historical evidence, saffron was introduced in the country by Persian rulers around 500 BC. Once the Persian rulers conquered Kashmir, they planted the Persian Saffron crocus corms in the soil.


Consumption of saffron is beneficial in increasing sharp mind and memory. It provides relief from cold and cough. With its regular consumption, the mind becomes healthy, the complexion of the skin and face improves. It is beneficial for asthma.

Ayurvedic View

  • Saffron might help in asthma and bronchitis due to its Ushna virya (hot) potency. It also helps to boost immunity by balancing Kapha due to its Rasayana (rejuvenating) property.
  • Saffron (Kesar) works a Vajikarana (aphrodisiac) and helps improve the sexual drive.
  • Saffron helps in stress-induced sleeplessness due to its Vata balancing property.
  • Saffron helps to cope with depression by balancing the Vata dosha.
  • Saffron helps to ease the menstrual flow and controls pain due to its Vata balancing property.



Take 5-6 threads with milk.


Take 5-6 threads with milk.


What is Saffron tea?

Saffron tea is nothing but infusion of saffron strands in water. Few strands of Saffron are added to water, boiled and the resulting solution is used as an infusion or tea. Usually 1 ml of saffron water is mixed with 80 ml of water to make Saffron tea[1]. You can also add saffron infusion to other types of teas like green tea, Kahwa tea or masala tea.

How to store Saffron?

The best way to store Saffron is to place it in an airtight container and store in a cool, dark place, preferably at room temperature. Avoid storing it in refrigerator as it tends to absorb moisture when taken out and kept at room conditions for use.

How to make Saffron (kesar) milk?

Kesar doodh can be made at home in a simple way. All you need to have is milk, sugar, cardamom and a strand or two of Saffron. Boil milk and add sugar, cardamom powder and kesar to the milk and allow it to boil for few minutes. Pour it in a glass and drink when lukewarm.

How long does Saffron last?

Saffron can last long if stored properly in an airtight container and under preferable conditions. However, saffron powder can last for upto six months whereas saffron threads can last for up to three to five years.

Is Saffron good for the liver?

Saffron might be good for the liver due to its hepatoprotective property. It also helps in proper digestion of food and helps in reducing the level of toxic substances in the liver.

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