Saffron tea can be made with a wholesome garnishing of almonds as is the case with a lot of Indian cuisines. The spice known as saffron is generated from a little plant called the purple saffron crocus. The plant is dotted by flowers and each of these features three crimson stigmas. All three parts are also used alongside the spice.
Saffron is a spice that has become a staple of a lot of European, Indian and Persian cuisines. It can also be used as a coloring or seasoning agent as is evidenced in Turkish and Arab dishes. Saffron tea is particularly popular in Taliouine, a small Moroccan town. In this town, it is particularly popular because the locals plant and harvest it. However, it is less popular in other regions because it is rather expensive.
You can make your saffron tea by putting a bit of saffron threads in green tea. The presence of saffron is what gives Saffron tea its characteristic essence.
This tea tastes good and looks even better but asides from these rather conventional appeals, does this expensive tea bring any other thing to the table? The answer here is a big fat YES!
Saffron tea can be a very effective cure for hair loss. Saffron all by itself is used to cure hair loss and also to treat the hair. Saffron is sometimes called Zafraan and a mixture of it and licorice, and milk can be rubbed on the skull. This formula is very effective for stimulating hair growth.
Saffron also gives you a radiant skin. All the more reason to snack obsessively on this tea, is it not? A simple mixture of two to three strands of Saffron, 1 tsp of sandalwood powder and 3 tsp of milk will give the face a very smooth glow. Pack some Saffron Tea in a smart thermos from Vaya and have on the go!
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How to make Saffron Tea
Add about a quarter of a cup of water to a small teapot and rinse carefully. Add a larger quantity of water and leave to boil.
Add some saffron tea leaves along with another quarter cup of boiling hot water. Rinse these saffron leaves thoroughly and get rid of the water.
Add some sugar and the saffron leaves and add 2 cups of water to the teapot. Leave this mixture for about 5 minutes.