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Go Pure Saffron Honey

Organic Saffron Honey. Exquisitely Bold.
Organic Saffron Honey. Net Weight: 400g; Region of Origin: Romania & Kashmir Region, The Himalayas; A delicate infusion of Premium Saffron strands, combined with luxurious Romanian Acacia Honey. Organic Saffron Crocus grown wild in the pristine regions of Kashmir are harvested by hand. A marriage of decadence and a taste to behold.
Organic Saffron Honey. - 100% organic Kashmir saffron, - High in antioxidant compounds, - Deeply intense, aromatic flavours; Saffron Crocus Flowers. A Delicate Infusion. Birthed from the finest threads of Saffron, infused in organic Acacia Honey. Our Saffron Honey combines the benefits of both florals. Both Honey & Saffron lend their exquisite flavours in a marriage in heaven.
Organic Saffron Honey. Only the finest Saffron Crocus threads are manually picked from the heavenly valleys of the Himalayas. These are then infused in the honey for a specific period of time, giving the honey a robust, yet delicate flavour.
Organic Saffron Honey. - Uplifts mind & body; - Boosts mood; - Improves circulation; - Anti-inflammatory; - Detoxifies liver
Organic Saffron Honey. - Supports Male Virility; - Reduces Anxiety by Boosting Mood; - Anti-bacterial; - Highly Anti-oxidant; - Supports Mental Acuity; - Supports Better Blood Circulation
Organic Saffron Honey. Aroma: Exquisite, Lightly Grassy-floral notes; Taste: Rich, Deep Honey Flavour, with Earthy & Brassy Notes
Organic Saffron Honey. For Daily Maintenance: 1 tablespoon with lukewarm water, 2-3 times daily. How to consume: On its own, with tea or mix with water (room temperature). Do not use metal spoon (prevents oxidation). Do not mix with hot water (<60°C).
Organic Saffron Honey. GMO Free; Natural Sources; Anti-inflammatory; Go Pure™ Approved; This product is not a substitute for medicine, and it is not intended to treat any diseases. Please consult a doctor if you have reason to believe any allergy risks.
Easy to Add to Your Diet

In small doses, it has a subtle taste and aroma and pairs well with savory dishes, such as paella, risottos, and other rice dishes.

The best way to draw out its unique flavor is to soak the threads in hot — but not boiling — water. Add the threads and the liquid to your recipe to achieve a deeper, richer flavor.

it is readily available at most specialty markets and can be purchased as threads or in powdered form. However, it’s best to buy the threads, as they give you more versatility and are less likely to be adulterated.

Though it is the most expensive spice in the world, a small amount goes a long way, and you often won’t need more than a pinch in your recipes. In fact, using too much saffron can give your recipes an overpowering medicinal taste.

In addition, it is available in supplement form.

May Have Cancer-Fighting Properties

It is high in antioxidants, which help neutralize harmful free radicals. Free radical damage has been linked to chronic diseases, such as cancer.

In test-tube studies, saffron and its compounds have been shown to selectively kill colon cancer cells or suppress their growth, while leaving normal cells unharmed.

This effect also applies to skin, bone marrow, prostate, lung, breast, cervix, and several other cancer cells.

What’s more, test-tube studies have found that crocin — the main antioxidant in saffron — may make cancer cells more sensitive to chemotherapy drugs.

While these findings from test-tube studies are promising, the anticancer effects of saffron are poorly studied in humans, and more research is needed.