Common name: Saffron (Crocus sativus).

Obtaining process: Extraction of the stigmas of the saffron flower, drying and grinding.

Source: Plant.

Family : Iridaceae.

Part of the plant extracted: Stigmata.

Provenance, origin: Mainly from Iran, India, Greece and Spain.

Main active compounds: Crocin, safranal, picrocrocin.

Dosage form: Powder, capsules, liquid extracts.

Necessary dosage in food supplements : The recommended dosage of saffron in dietary supplements generally ranges from 15 to 30 milligrams per day.

Missions: Improves mood and emotional well-being, reduces stress and anxiety, promotes relaxation, improves sleep quality, stimulates digestion.

Properties : Antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, relaxing, tonic, neuroprotective.

Indications: Stress, anxiety, mild to moderate depression, sleep disorders, fatigue.