Saffron, amazing flavor
Saffron has many applications in various industries due to its many properties, including: food industry, pharmaceutical industry, cosmetics industry and textile industry. The natural and very high coloring power of saffron, which is due to the substance "crocin", has led to the substitution of synthetic dyes in many countries in the quality food industry. Saffron is used in a variety of foods such as meat, poultry, fish, rice, stew, soups, pastries, biscuits, ice cream, syrups, and especially tea and many other foods due to its beautiful color, aroma, and flavor. Consumption of a cup of saffron tea or saffron syrup relieves fatigue. Among the properties of saffron, it is known to be invigorating and very effective for relieving depression and anxiety. For centuries, great scientists such as Abu Ali Sina, Zakaria Razi, Abu Rihan al-Biruni, etc. To date, the world's research and scientific centers have emphasized the nutritional and medicinal properties of saffron. The use of saffron as a food seasoning or brew leads to better absorption of its effective compounds in the body and thus receiving useful elements such as calories, carbohydrates, protein, fiber, iron, phosphorus, calcium, sodium and potassium.