Many theories abound about the origins of Saffron, but Iran (Also known as Persia) is likely to have been one of the original, if not the original location of the first plant cultivation over 3,500 years ago.
Countless men and women suffer from sexual health issues—ranging from infertility and erectile dysfunction to loss of libido brought on by prescription medication. It’s a delicate topic, but worth discussing: Recent studies show that saffron’s potent biocompounds can help improve sexual and reproductive health.
From time to time, we get questions both about saffron nutrition facts and medicinal properties. So here we’d like to provide a brief overview of the basic nutrition and medical facts about saffron—as well as a look at what’s on the horizon for nature’s wonder drug!