Kesar the unique Herb

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On this healing journey I am honored to guide you all sharing this divine science of long & healthy life following Ayurveda.

This week we will learn the Ayurvedic perspective of one of the aromatic herb called Kesar or Saffron

Saffron is mainly cultivated in the part of Kashmir- Northern part of India (which is the best quality saffron) and also is a native to Iran and Southern Europe. Saffron is the dried form of a flower stigma (part of a flower) which is reddish and dark orange in color.

The name kesar represents the mesmerizing aroma of the flower. Apart from adding aroma and flavor to the dishes, Saffron has many medicinal properties to it too.

Taste and qualities:

Saffron is pungent and bitter in taste

They are slimy and penetrating in nature

It undergoes pungent taste after digestion

Saffron is Hot in potency

Dosha perspective:

Saffron mainly helps to pacify Vata and Kapha Dosha but is also pacifying for all the doshas

Benefits:

Saffron adds flavor to food.

It helps to improve the skin tone and complexion

Saffron is beneficial for many skin diseases like warts, scars and dull complexion

It helps in cleansing the wounds

Saffron helps in relieving of the hiccups

Saffron works great in cough and throat infections

It also is a good anti emetic herb (for nausea and vomiting)

Saffron consumption can help in intestinal worm infestation.

Published by Vaidya Vikas Nagi

I am Ayurvedic practioner. Working with full dedication to treat peopel . My aim is to bring healthy future.

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