Saffron Way!

I believe saffron diet may help to remember things.

I begin a new way of seeing things. For example, I see the influence of the memory of saffron in elderly person’s favorite dishes that have been enjoyed across the generations and cultures. I see the world in a new light, thinking of memory loss in the elderly. I believe that there is a memory connection between the saffron dishes and important social events. I hear many stories about how the memory smell or taste saffron improved memory loss.

In my research, I found many documentations of use of saffron in many areas of medicine. Saffron flower’s medicinal use expresses complexity and uncertainty. I focused my writing here on memory enhancing and its antidepressant effect.

A recent television show has caused quite a surge of renewed interest in this exotic spice. Saffron has extraordinary healing power. It may, in fact, hold promise for serious neurodegenerative conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease…

In India saffron tea is very popular. It is said: “one who has not eaten the saffron applied dish, has eaten nothing in the world.” The point is that an elderly remembers the flavor of saffron tea and brings many memories along with it. Old memory of having saffron tea helped them to remember old events that happened years ago. Saffron is a popular spice in all international cuisines.

 

One thought on “Saffron Way!

  1. I remember you when were a biochemistry student used to collect nishinda, arjun aamlocky etc to study pharmaceutical benefits! You might now re-research similar . We will reap the benefits of your studies! Good job and good wishes!

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