Iran is considered to be cradle of the world Saffron. Almost 95% of world Saffron is being produced in Iran. Persians Saffron of Iran goes way back to 3000 years and still it has its own unique value. Saffron is well known as Red Gold of Iranian Desert.
HAK Persians Saffron
In ancient Persia, Saffron wascultivated at Durban and Isfahanin the 10th Century BC. There Persian Saffron threads have been found interwoven into ancient Persian royal carpets and
funeral shrouds. Indeed, Persians Saffron was heavily used to spice food and teas were widely suspected by foreigner of being drugging agent and an aphrodisiac Persian Saffron was heavily used by Alexander The Great and his forces during the campaigns. They mixed Saffron into teas and dined on Saffron Rice.
Cyrus believed it would be heals many wounds and his faith in saffron grew with each treatment. The Greek soldier taken with saffron perceived curative properties, and continued practice after they return to Macedonia.