Morocco is the only African country that produces organic saffron of superior quality and whose coloring power, between 228 and 240%, exceeds that of saffron grown in Iran (160%), the world’s largest producer.
The red gold of Taliouine is distinguished by its color, a beautiful dark red, strong smell and unparalleled flavor.
Saffron comes from the flower of Crocus sativus, a purple and bulbous plant belonging to the family of iridaceae. The corolla contains yellow stamens as well as three long red stigmas. Once dried, these stigmas give the saffron.
Red gold needs a special soil and depends largely on weather conditions: it requires a hot summer between 30 and 40 and a wet and cold winter provided that the temperature is not less than 15.
1. a renowned spice
2. a medicinal plant
3. a powerful natural dye
it is both analgesic and invigorating. it fights cancer, fatigue, menstrual pain, mild depression, insomnia and cardiovascular events it is a female aphrodisiac first.
It can be consumed as herbal tea, powder mixed with honey to relieve pain in the gums or mixed with glycerin to untie areas of tension in the body.