Saffron Tea

Saffron Tea

Saffron Tea

Second to water, tea is the most widely consumed beverage in the world and is also often seen as asymbol. Daily consumption of tea-bags (as opposed to loose tea because of an ease in use) is also increasing, especially as today,the trend for most people is to try and be healthy and therefore tend to consumefewer sugary or alcoholic beverages. On the other hand, saffron is the Iranian vernacular plant which has anticancer and antioxidant qualities. The traditional blending and use of saffron with black tea was the reason that lead the production of saffron tea-bags which combine the qualities of both black tea and saffron, providing benefits such as being an anti-depressant, preventing cancer,relieving stomach pains and so on.
Saffron tea helps to relieve depression. Historically, the intake of saffron tea was reported to increase ones feeling of joy and happiness. In other words, saffron tea benefits in the treatment of depression and epilepsy as it acts as an anti-depressant byinfluencingthe serotonin activity in the brain.
The most startling revelation about saffron tea is the growing number of people who have successfully used it as part of their cancer treatment. Tea itself contains antioxidants that along with saffron, helpsenhance the abilities of the immune system to resist disease.