Enrich your life with the luxury and the divine taste and fragrance of Saffron:

There is no wonder why saffron is called the Red Gold of the world. Besides the extremely delicate process of planting, harvesting and processing, the herb can do a miracle in the kitchen. Saffron is internationally used as one of the most popular spices to add unique coloring, delightful aroma and excellent taste to various mouth-watering dishes, pastries and drinks. From America to Europe to Asia you can find thousands of recipes to prepare tasty meals with this king of spices. (surprise yourself with its magic by these recipes)

Saffron is internationally used as one of the most popular spices to add unique coloring and delightful aroma to various mouth-watering dishes and pastries. From America to Europe to Asia you can find thousands of recipes to prepare tasty meals with this king of spices. (surprise yourself with its magic by these recipes)
Saffron can basically kill two birds with one stone. Besides the delicious dishes you can treat yourself to, you must know that saffron will literally make you happy! Studies show that saffron can be a natural antidepressant and can actually cheer you up!
Saffron is rich in vitamins and minerals. Manganese helps regulate blood sugar, metabolize carbohydrates, and absorb calcium. Manganese further contributes to the formation of tissues, bones, and sex hormones. Vitamin C is the key to a healthy immune system; iron purifies your blood; and the vitamin B6 content helps red blood cells formation and assures nerves will function as they should.

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Unique Natural LLC is a multinational company based in North Virginia, USA and operates in the US, Afghanistan and the UAE.

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Why Saffron from Afghanistan?

The International Institute for Thai Quality and Quality of Food in Brussels has again selected Afghanistan’s Saffron products as the best in the world. (+) This expensive red gold variety, grows well in Afghanistan. The Herat Saffron Union, which has been monitoring the cultivation, production and promotion of saffron for nearly a decade, pinpoints Afghanistan as the most appropriate country for saffron cultivation.

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