Saffron (Crocus sativus) – The world’s most precious spice – Why is the so expensive, history and legends, health benefits

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Lawrence Morra III

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Saffron is known in the world as the most expensive spice. Aromatic, healing, special – only a kilogram of this spice requires 200,000 flowers. Find out where saffron comes from, how it is used and why it is so special.

The name saffron originates from the Persian language, from the word za’faran, which means be yellow. This is considered to be because real saffron, although it exists in different variants, is actually bright yellow or orange in color.

Mancha saffron, is considered the highest quality on the market

Saffron is a perennial plant, a bulb. Spice saffron is obtained from the flower of this plant.
The plant can reach a height of up to 30 cm. The flower consists of six petals, they are purple, yellowish or pink, the pestle are crimson and they are used. Dried pestle, in addition to being used as a spice and for making…

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Author: Lawrence Morra

Have worked in creative and news visual media as a photographer or cameraman and this POV has given me a better insight or view of the world. The Cameraman's POV. His Perspective on many things. All content on this site is copyrighted© by Lawrence Morra/Zero Lift-Off. All rights reserved. Email: lmor3@aol.com

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