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Gerald R. Evan

There is a very good chance that if you are an avid tea drinker you have either heard of saffron or you drink saffron tea yourself. The saffron plant that this tea is derived from most commonly grows in Spain, India, Greece, and China. When you endeavor to research more about this particular tea, you will find story after story about some of the interesting things that this little tea has done. It has a strong taste to it and though the scent of it is not considered to be as strong as the actual spice. Regardless, saffron tea has been documented as a powerful herbal supplement since the days of the ancient Egyptians. Its effects on modern people are also well documented and it has been extremely difficult for mainstream medicine to ignore the benefits that this brew has to offer.