Real Saffron (Crocus Sativus)



? 1gr. Real Saffron (Crocus Sativus) – Natural Antidepressant ?
Very precious and healthy at the same time, against mild to moderate depression and anxiety

Product description
Real saffron has been one of the most valuable spices since time immemorial, expensive like gold, which can be used as a spice, dye or medicine.
Since the harvesting and processing of the saffron is very tedious and time-consuming, there are many fakes nowadays, and it is difficult to find real saffron. The real saffron threads are only used by the Crocus Sativus, which is mainly grown in Morocco, Iran, Turkey, Greece or Spain.
Real saffron is scientifically proven to be a natural antidepressant. Due to the safranal present in saffron, it raises serotonin levels like chemical antidepressants, only without the side effect as it is 100% natural.

Real Saffron Benefits:
✔️ Antidepressants
✔️ Can help against anxiety
✔️ Can help with stress
✔️ Can be mood-enhancing
✔️ Can help with insomnia
✔️ Can strengthen and calm the soul
✔️ Can help with asthma
✔️ Can help against cancer, especially uterine cancer
✔️ Anti-inflammatory
✔️ Can strengthen the cardiovascular system
✔️ Can help with metabolic diseases
✔️ Can help with gout
✔️ Can help with rheumatism
✔️ Can be antispasmodic
✔️ Can help with bloating
✔️ Can be diuretic
✔️ Can help with stomach disorders
✔️ Can help against vomiting, nausea
✔️ Can support clean the stomach
✔️ Can be digestive
✔️ Can help with PMS (Premenstrual Syndrome)
✔️ Can help with irregular menstruation
✔️ Can help with eye diseases
✔️ Can relieve pain in the joints
✔️ Can help with sexual weakness
✔️ Can be aphrodisiac – increases pleasure
✔️ From Morocco

How to use
Please check our blog for more information, step-by-step instructions, possible applications and more
– Saffron should always be taken sparingly as directed, as excessive consumption could cause laughter, dizziness and heart palpitations and is narcotic in high doses!
– Pregnant women should avoid saffron therapy, as large amounts of it stimulate the uterus and could cause miscarriage.
– However, dishes seasoned with saffron are harmless.

Scope of delivery
1 grams SunnahCure real saffron

The information presented herein by SunnahCure is intended for educational purposes only. These statements have not been evaluated by health professionals and are not intended to diagnose, cure, treat or prevent disease. Individual results may vary, and before using any supplements, it is always advisable to consult with your own health care provider.
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Benefits from Islamic sources
In the Sahih Al-Bukhari it is authentically narrated from Abu Hurairah that the Prophet sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa sallam said: “Allah sent down no disease except that He sent down a cure for it.”

Hallal رحمه الله says: Abu Bakr al Marwazi رحمه الله told us as follows: “To Imam Ahmad رحمه الله a man came and asked: “O Imam, can you write something for a woman who has not been able to give birth for two days? “. He said, “Bring a large container and saffron. I have seen the Imam writing for many people.”

It has been reported that wearing pure red clothing is forbidden for men, but not for women, due to the hadeeth of ibn ‘Umar: “The Messenger of Allaah sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa sallam forbade mafdam.”
(Imām Ahmad and ibn Mājah 3591)

Mafdam is something that has been colored with red saffron. According to al-Sindi’s commentary on the Sunan al-Nisā’i, mafdam is something that is red. It was reported that when ‘Umar saw a man wearing a garment dyed red with saffron, he pulled him aside and said, “Leave this for the women.”

It was narrated that Buraydah said: “In the time of the Jahiliyyah, when a boy was born, we would slaughter a sheep and smear his head with blood. When Allah brought Islam (to us), we slaughtered a sheep and shaved the child’s head and smeared it with saffron.”
(Abu Dawud, 2843; classified as Sahih by Sheikh al-Albaani)

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