Saffron Tea Subscription
Saffron Tea Subscription
For just $19.99/month, get Kiwana tea delivered to your doorstep on a monthly basis. With our tea subscription package, we will send you 10 saffron tea bags each month. The flavors will rotate monthly, giving you a diverse and a rich tea experience. It is the most affordable way to drink our saffron tea blends, and you get it for just under $2 per cup.
For a limited time only, we are giving ONE MONTH FREE in our subscription packages.
Imagine The Golden Spice of this world, delivered to your doorstep, on a monthly basis. And in each tea bag, consists a perfect ratio of green tea, cinnamon, cardamom, clove, ginger and a strong dose of pure saffron! Yes, that is our Kiwana Tea blend and this exotic experience is what we will deliver to your doorstep every month with our subscription.
Many studies are constantly being done on the power and benefits of saffron on health. Although more evidence is needed to make firm conclusions, some studies have suggested that saffron:
- is high in anti-oxidants & helps in detoxification
- helps improve general health & is considered disease preventing
- inhibits the growth of tumors
- helps treats depression
- helps in alzheimer’s treatment
- can be used to reduce asthma
- can be used in cancer treatment
- can be used to improve stomach aches
- can improve eye and vision health
- fertility among men and women
- improves digestion
- improves metabolism
- improves energy levels in the body
- helps better absorption of oxygen
- regulates blood pressure
- regulates blood sugar
- has strong aphrodisiac properties
- treats menstrual discomforts
- can be used as an anti-inflammatory
- can improve skin health
- can help with cholesterol regulation
- can help with cough and cold
- can help in liver and kidney ailments
- can help with fevers
Saffron comes from the crocus flower family and only a handful of countries in the world are able to grow it properly, some of which include India, Spain, Greece, Egypt, Iran and various parts of the Middle East. A balanced combination of humidity, cold temperature and a dry climate on a rich and fertile land, are required to to sustain the qualitative growth of the purple saffron flowers. It is also difficult to harvest due to its heavy labor intensive process and it can take as much as 4,500 crocus flowers to make one ounce of saffron, and 75,000 crocuses to make a pound, hence the expensive cost of the spice due to its manual process.
The history of saffron uses goes back as far as three thousand years and some of its uses include food seasoning, textile dying, aromatic fragrances and its multitude of medicinal properties. Some studies suggest that Saffron was first cultivated in Greece, and was used by royalties such as Alexander the Great, who used to bathe in saffron infusions to heal faster from battle wounds, as well as Cleopatra, who used to it to make her baths more pleasurable. Writings of medicinal saffron uses even date back to the time of Hippocrates and Galen.
So what are you waiting for? Enjoy this health elixir starting today!