Preparation of Saffron Tea taken from "Healing Psoriasis", by John O.A. Pagano
To Make Saffron Tea: Place about a quarter teaspoon of saffron tea in cup, then pour boiling water over it and stir. Cool, strain, and drink. This should be made fresh each time it is taken. Saffron tea is best taken at night, just before retiring. This tea is to be taken consistently until the skin is clear, or at least five days a week, and then periodically to keep the 'passageways' cleansed for proper elimination."
To make Saffron Water: Boil one gallon of pure water and add one teaspoon of American yellow saffron tea; allow the mixture to soak for twenty minutes. This should make the water light yellow-orange. When the water cools, strain it and pour it into a glass or porcelain container, or the original gallon jug the water came in, and then refrigerate. This is to be used as drinking water whenever desired. It is recommended to drink two to four glasses of saffron water a day. This may be considered part of the suggested daily intake of six to eight glasses of drinking water.
Make a tea by adding 1 heaping teaspoon of saffron to 2 cups of boiling water. Allow to steep for 15-20 minutes. Strain, serve, and enjoy. Make fresh daily.
Supplement Facts: CAUTION:Safflower is a member of the Asteraceae botanical family, which also includes daisy, ragweed, canola, chamomile and other common allergens. People with known allergies to these plants are at a higher risk of having a safflower allergy. If you are taking daily medications or are pregnant or nursing consult a physician before use.
Serving Size: 1g (1tsp)
Carbohydrates: .7g, Saffron Flower Cut: 1g
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