Our products

Rose buds
Rose buds
Borage
Borage
Rose petals
Rose petals
Saffron
Saffron

Our products include a limited edition of saffron, rose and borage and their byproducts due to their magnificent taste and invaluable health benefits.

Saffron

Saffron is used in threads or ground and can be used in cooking, brewed as tea and mixed with your drinks. The distinct taste and aroma of the this flower gives an exquisite flavour to your food and drinks and brings a sunshine-like colour to your table. The use and cultivation of saffron crocus goes back to 3500 years ago and has always remained one the world’s most costly substances due to its exquisite taste, smell texture and health benefits. Some of the health benefits of saffron include: preventing cancer, anti-depression, improving immune system, anti-insomnia and boosting brain health. Persia was one of the ancient origins of this magical flower and today Iran still produces one of highest quality saffron in the world. In traditional Persian cuisine this beautiful flower is often infused in rice dishes and in desserts.

Rose petals

  Rose petals and rose buds can be used in savoury and sweet food and for adding flavour to your drinks. It also has tremendous benefits for skin health, circulation and a clean complexion and is used in aromatherapy for relaxation purposes. You can simply use them in a hot bath and enjoy its relaxing and cleansing Rose petals were originally cultivated in Asia around 5000 years ago and used in Ancient Egypt, Rome and Persia. The refinement technique of making rose water was discovered in the 10th Century by a Persian scientist named Avicenna and was later brought to Europe. The petals were popular for their extraordinary sensory benefits and medical purposes. Rose petals are rich in antioxidants, minerals and Vitamin n A,B and C and are used to prevent hormonal problems, infections, respiratory issues and as anti-depressant, anti-inflammatory.

Borage

Borage also known as a starflower, is packed with nutrients and is used as a medicinal herb with edible leaves and flowers and also as a tasteful addition to food and drinks. The flower can be used in salads and soups or be brewed as tea or mixed with other drinks. As a herbal supplement it is rich in vitamin B, C, Potassium and Zinc, calcium, potassium and full of anti-oxidants. It also has calming and anti-flammatory benefits and is used as a natural sedative. In traditional Persian cuisine borage (Gol Gav Zaban) is brewed with lemon, a pinch of valerian root and dried lime as an aromatic and flavoursome warm drink and for relaxing the nerves and also for treating coughs and colds.