Zafran
Saffron

Zafran from Pampore Kashmir

Zafran a Saffron or Kesar of Kashmir

Zafran is the Crocus sativus plant's dry stigma, found in three species worldwide. So there are three types of spice, Kashmiri, Iranian, and Spanish. It is developed and collected by hand, and it takes around 175,000 blossoms to create one kilogram of dried spice.

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What Saffron is used for
Saffron

What saffron is used for

What saffron is used for

Saffron is derived by drying the stigmas of saffron Crocus Sativus flower. It is a beautiful purple flower that grows around 8-10 tall, and blossoms around 2 centimeters above the ground. It is the costliest spice in the world. The amount of labor, time, and dedication that goes into the cultivation of kesar justifies the price.

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Kashmiri Lacha Saffron
Saffron

Laccha Saffron

Lacha Saffron Red Gold

Saffron Kesar comes from the stigmas of Crocus sativus, the delicate purple flower of Kesar. Its long red stain is dried to extract the spice. It is harvested once a year as it blooms only once in a year. This red-colored spice is precious and is also known as "red gold." 

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Saffron for Baby
Saffron

Saffron for Baby

Best Kashmiri Saffron for Baby Saffron is safe for infants. It enhances their immune system and strengthens their body.  It is helpful in the digestion, and, most importantly, guarantees oral hygiene. It is safe for...

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Safron taste and aroma booster for your food
Saffron

Safron the Red Strands Spice

Kashmiri Safron

Saffron or Safron, in French, is the costliest spice globally. So, most of us use just a little of it. The process of making this spice is labor-intensive and difficult. It is collected by hand from the Crocus Sativus flower.

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Saffron Health Benefits
Saffron

Saffron Health Benefits

Saffron Benefits for Health

Saffron is a spice found in the flower of Crocus sativus, otherwise called saffron crocus. The splendid red stains and styles, called strands, are gathered and dried for use essentially as a flavor enhancer and a food dye. For some time, Saffron has been the world's priciest spice with 450 kilograms costing between $500 and $5,000.

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Mongra Saffron
Saffron

Mongra Saffron

Mongra Safron

Saffron kesar comes from the dried stigmas of the Crocus Sativus flower. Also called the saffron plant, it grows in areas with cold winters and long, hot summers. The flower has beautiful purple petals that grow two inches above the ground. This beautiful flower grows once a year for just a week.

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Crocus Sativus
Saffron

Crocus Sativus

Crocus Sativus flower for Saffron

We get the spice saffron from Crocus sativus or saffron crocus flower, a plant from the Iridaceae family. The term "autumn crocus" is also used to refer to a flower similar to it, the Colcigam. It is a perennial plant.

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Uses of Saffron
Saffron

Uses of Saffron

Know the Uses of Saffron

Saffron or Kesar, the world's most expensive spice in the world, is derived from Crocus Sativus. Saffron contains tonnes of medicinal properties, and Saffron extract is an excellent treatment for colds, stomach issues, uterine infection, sleep deprivation, weight loss, and even heart issues. 

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Keshar
Saffron

Keshar

Keshar the Spice of Kashmir

Kesar (Crocus sativus) is among the most exquisite flavors of the world. It is also the most known spice used in Iran, China, Egypt, and India for a long time. It helps transform your food's taste and has several health benefits as well.

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Mongra Saffron, Mogra Saffron, Mogra Kashmiri Kesar
Saffron

Mongra Saffron Laccha

Mogra Saffron from Kashmir

Saffron that comes from Crocus sativus or the flower of saffron is the world's most expensive spices. Its fibers are red styles and floral stains that are dried and collected over some time.

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Saffron for Face, Saffron on Face
Saffron

Saffron for face

Saffron on Face

Saffron, one of the most expensive spices in the world, is widely used for its enticing aroma, exquisite taste, and incredible red hue. Saffron is collected from the Crocus Sativus flower. Traditionally grown in Southeast Asia, it is widely used because of its health benefits and healing properties.

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