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Quality: Super Negin
Weight: 50 GR
Price per gram: 3.05€
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Quality: Super Negin
Weight: 100 GR
Price per gram: 2.80€
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Quality: Super Negin
Weight: 200 GR
Price per gram: 2.55€
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Weight: 500GR
Price per gram: 2.40€
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Weight: 700GR
Price per gram: 2.20€
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Quality: Super Negin
Weight: 1000GR
Price per gram: 2.11€
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Our Mission

The world is changing all around us. To continue to thrive as a business over the next ten years and beyond, we must look ahead, understand the trends and forces that will shape our business in the future and move swiftly to prepare for what’s to come. We must get ready for tomorrow today. That’s what our Vision is all about. It creates a long-term destination for Sffron Station saffron company.

Saffron Buying Guide

Since saffron has more material value than other agricultural products, we must learn ways to identify the original saffron instead of focusing on the brand or other appearance of the product, because there are many counterfeit brands today. There are counterfeit saffron in the market and even in big brands that can mix some original saffron with poor quality or counterfeit.


Online shop to buy Iranian saffron

Saffron station shop ``started in 2020`` with the aim of making the first-class Iranian saffron product available to all people in the world anywhere in the world.
The goals of the store are as follows.
Supply of quality products and reasonable prices for compatriots
The best customer support and response and providing information in the field of saffron
Fast delivery of products (air, pde, ....
In this regard, we are ready to cooperate and send quality products at reasonable With prices around the world.

What kind of saffron does our online shop offer you?

Super Negin Saffron is the most expensive type of Saffron because it has the highest quality compared to other types. When three stigma threads are attached together we call it Super Negin. Negin Saffron has a long thread, like Mancha (Pushal) and at the same time, it has even more coloring strength than Sargol. Super Negin is what people call the precious stone on the pieces of jewelry in Farsi.

Their moisture level of All Red Saffron is under 7%. Iran’s climate is suitable for growing saffron. The Best saffron in the world is Iranian saffron. Most of the saffron Iran Produces are from Kurdistan province, Kermanshah province, and Razavi Khorasan Province.
Quality of saffron is based on 3 factors:

1.Crocin is a chemical that is responsible for the color of Saffron. The higher the Crocin the higher the coloring strength of Saffron. Customers demand high Crocin level Saffron.
2.Safranal is a constituent responsible for the aroma of Saffron. In other words, it is why saffron smells how it does.
3.Picrocrocin is why saffron tastes a little bit bitter and it is responsible for the taste of Saffron.

Which country is main producer of saffron?

Saffron is one of the most expensive and valuable spices in the world. In addition to using as a seasoning in food, it is used extensively in pharmaceutical industry. This product (saffron) has one of the most widespread trade markets around the world in a way that saffron trade is one of the most economical and profitable world trades for saffron exporters.

In addition to the countries that have cultivated saffron from the past, today, many countries in different parts of the world grow saffron in order to enter the global market as a saffron exporter and achieve a profitable trade. Meanwhile, Iran is known as the top saffron producer in the world.
Iran produce 94 percent of saffron which means almost all the saffron originally produce in Iran. through the Saffronir you can access to original land of saffron

The effect of saffron on body health

Saffron (Crocus sativus L., family Iridaceae) is used traditionally for medicinal purpose in Chinese, Ayurvedic, Persian and Unani medicines. The bioactive constituents such as apocarotenoids, monoterpenoids, flavonoids, phenolic acids and phytosterols are widely investigated in experimental and clinical studies for a wide range of therapeutic effects, especially on the nervous system. Some of the active constituents of saffron have high bioavailability and bioaccessibility and ability to pass the blood-brain barrier. Multiple preclinical and clinical studies have supported neuroprotective, anxiolytic, antidepressant, learning and memory-enhancing effect of saffron and its bioactive constituents (safranal, crocin, and picrocrocin). Thus, this plant and its active compounds could be a beneficial medicinal food ingredient in the formation of drugs targeting nervous system disorders. This review focuses on phytochemistry, bioaccessibility, bioavailability, and bioactivity of phytochemicals in saffron. Furthermore, the therapeutic effect of saffron against different nervous system disorders has also been discussed in detail.