Saffron Attar is also popular by its botanical name Crocus Sativus. Masses also identify it by its commonly used name zafran and kesar. It is a rare element found in nature. One needs to handpick the stigmas of the leaves and properly dry them which are then concealed in a container before undergoing the attar extraction process. Such saffron is distilled in the sandalwood base oil in order to fetch the rich saffron attar. Since the base of sandalwood oil is added the attar displays a soft and creamy essence. This attar naturally instils warm and harmonious thoughts in one. The extracted essence has a vibrant reddish colour to it and the fragrance that it holds is one of those intense forms. It is a belief that if one uses a few drops of this attar on themselves they may be blessed with wealth and prosperity.
· Saffron is commonly made use of in religious rituals specifically when one intends to meditate.
· It is also made use of on skin in order to feel and smell good.
· One will find saffron attar been used in cooking rituals owing to the rich taste it adds to the food.
· Individuals suffering from respiratory ailments like bronchitis, cough etc can reap excellent results by making use of this attar.
· The usage of saffron attar boosts pleasant thoughts in one, thus keeping depression, anxiety etc at bay.
Constituents – One will find the beneficial chemical component called Safranal present in the Saffron attar.
Blends well with – The saffron attar blends well with other essential oils and attars.
|Product Code||SVA - 179|
|Botanical Name||Crocus Sativus|
|Methods of Extraction||Steam Distillation Process|
|Color & Odor||Reddish & Beautifully Decadent Aroma.|
|Country of Origin||India|
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