Saffron Tea: What it is good for, what are the benefits, and how to consume

 Saffron Tea: What it is good for, what are the benefits, and how to consume

Lena Fisher

Turmeric (turmeric, turmeric, yellow ginger...) is a food well known for its antioxidant properties. And among the many possibilities for consuming the root, probably not many people know about turmeric tea. But first, it is worth understanding:

What are the benefits of saffron?

The main component of saffron is curcumin: a substance that gives the food its orange color and intrigues researchers for its high antioxidant potential, because it helps the body fight free radicals - associated with cardiovascular diseases, premature aging, and even cancer.

In addition, turmeric carries numerous nutrients, such as vitamins C and B6, very important for immunity and brain function, and potassium, which helps regulate blood pressure and fight strokes. And it has:

  • Iron: ally against anemia;
  • Manganese: helps balance cholesterol;
  • Calcium: essential for bone health and, consequently, for the reduction of arthritis symptoms;
  • Good doses of protein e fibers .

A study review It is believed that its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory powers decrease brain cell damage.

Already other item This is because turmeric apparently stimulates the production of bile (liquid produced by the organ to aid digestion), as well as defends the cells against chemicals such as alcohol.

What saffron tea is for and how to consume

Besides being highly nutritious, turmeric is also extremely versatile - it goes well in different preparations, such as juices, salads, meat, fish, sauces, pasta, omelets, soups, tapioca, and cooked vegetables.

The consumption of saffron tea, for example, is made by those who seek a good assimilation of curcumin by the body, since our body has some difficulty in absorbing the pure pigment.

Read also: Turmeric: Benefits and how to include it in your diet

Thus, turmeric tea, made with grated turmeric root or pure powder, is considered one of the most effective ways to ingest the spice. And although there is no minimum recommendation to feel its effects, studies speak of 400 to 600 milligrams of turmeric powder three times a day, or 1 to 3 grams per day of grated or dried turmeric root.saffron to make at home:

Saffron Tea Recipe

Adding ingredients that contain piperine, such as black or black pepper, facilitates the uptake of curcumin by the body - as well as giving the drink a spicy taste!


  • 1.0 teaspoonful of turmeric powder
  • 10.0 grams of ginger;
  • 1.0 teaspoon of black pepper powder
  • 0.7 teaspoons of cinnamon powder;
  • 1.0 cup of water.


Heat the water and, before it boils, turn off the heat and add the remaining ingredients. Cover for five minutes and drink.

Lena Fisher

Lena Fisher is a wellness enthusiast, certified nutritionist, and author of the popular health and well-being blog. With over a decade of experience in the field of nutrition and health coaching, Lena has dedicated her career to helping people achieve their optimal health and live their best life possible. Her passion for wellness has led her to explore various approaches to achieving overall health, including diet, exercise, and mindfulness practices. Lena's blog is a culmination of her years of research, experience, and personal journey towards finding balance and well-being. Her mission is to inspire and empower others to make positive changes in their lives and embrace a healthy lifestyle. When she's not writing or coaching clients, you can find Lena practicing yoga, hiking the trails, or experimenting with new healthy recipes in the kitchen.