The winter superfood that can help boost immunity
Indian households are superfood warehouses without realizing it. The kitchen is a place where the best foods are present and, surprisingly, these foods are part of our daily diet and often go unnoticed. Spices like cumin, cardamom, cinnamon, cloves, and black pepper are classic examples of superfoods that are part of almost every vegetable or curry preparation we eat. Mostly present in powder form, these spices are extremely beneficial for the body and can be found in all kitchens.
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Saffron is another such spice that is derived from saffron crocus flowers and is added to many sweet food preparations and sweet drinks such as milk and buttermilk. The stigma and style of the flower are red-colored threads that are basically the spice we see and consume. Originally from Kashmir, kesar is also known as saffron and is the most expensive of all spices. It has a sweet taste that is suitable for adding sweet products and desserts. In addition to its delicious taste, it is also extremely beneficial for health. Saffron has been used for centuries to treat fever, bronchitis, colds, and other immune and respiratory disorders. It effectively helps regulate blood pressure, improve heart health and fight depression. In addition to this, kesar is a powerful immunity booster.