Saffron extract provides several potential health benefits as a dietary supplement, such as an immunity enhancer, for blood circulation, blood pressure, and blood lipids, but also for relieving fatigue, reducing inflammation, improving hypoxia tolerance, and reducing hemorrhoids. In fact, the extract of threads from the crocus sativus flower is now approved by the National Medical Products Administration (NMPA) in China.
Saffron was already known in ancient Greece, where it was revered for its medicinal properties. People would take it to boost mood, improve memory, and enhance the libido. Several of the functions from traditional medicine has received support by modern science, as it has been significantly more effective than placebos at treating symptoms of mild-to-moderate depression. Likewise, other studies of both men and women taking 30 mg of the petal extract daily over four weeks, significantly improved libido in both genders. Perhaps the most impressive effect comes from the plant compounds that act as antioxidants, which are molecules that protect your cells against free radicals and oxidative stress. In the crocus threads the antioxidants include crocin, crocetin, safranal, and kaempferol.
The crocus sativus threads has a broad range of potential applications, such as improving blood circulation, in removing blood stasis, in providing pain relief, in treating women with amenorrhea, dysmenorrhea, and lymphatic diseases, and in treating swelling and ulcers.
Take 1/4 to 1 teaspoon daily.
Saffron 10:1 Extract (Crocus sativus).
The various effects are not guaranteed and results may vary due to several factors between different people.
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