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Benefits of Using Saffron in Winter

round ladles full of saffron strands


As winter is fast approaching so are the possibilities of getting sick with a cough, cold, and seasonal flu or having dry and dull skin in chilly months.

However, fret not. Saffron is here to save you from all the winter woes and offer you multiple health benefits, soft and glowing skin, and protection from cold and flu symptoms.

Saffron is packed with carotenoids, vitamin c, and antioxidants (crocin, safranal, crocetin, and kaempferol), which defend your cells against oxidative stress and free radicals, boost your immunity, and keep seasonal diseases at bay.

Here are some ways to use saffron in your daily diet

Saffron milk

Add a few strands of saffron and sugar to a hot glass of milk and drink it every day. Not only it promotes goodnight's sleep but also boosts your immunity, digestion, and memory.

Kashmiri Kahwa Tea

Prepared by infusing cloves, saffron, and cinnamon in water and flavored with cardamom, Kashmiri tea is a  popular herbal beverage to sip on cold winter days. The warm nature of these spices helps in alleviating the discomfort caused by cold and flu.

Use saffron in your skincare regime

If your skin ends up dry, itchy, and flaky in cold winter months, then you must actively use saffron in your daily skincare regime.

The antioxidant, antibacterial, and anti-inflammatory properties of saffron offer tremendous benefits for your skin.

By using saffron as an ingredient in face masks, toner, gel, or moisturizer, you can nurture and repair your damaged skin and further get radiant, blemish-free, healthy, and beautiful skin that you can proudly flaunt in winter.

Check out our awesome 'DIY saffron face mask' posts on this website to learn how to use saffron on the skin.

And to order the best quality and authentic Saffron, contact us today.

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