Saffron Extract Tablets

Saffron is a spice derived from the flower of the Saffron which is native to Southeast Asia. Their orange color and bitterness caused a different quality in many dishes appreciated. Carotenoids taught his brilliant color orange have a great interest in the research raised. Some studies have shown benefits to support the traditional medical use of Saffron, including the treatment of depression. Saffron extracts showed that antidepressant effects in laboratory mice in a Chinese study published in January 2010 the natural medicine in the official journal. In the study mice were active in stressful situations, but stayed calm in stressful situations stress mixed extract show a profit of Saffron. Researchers found a link known as Crocin of in particular bioactive 1 for the observed effects may be responsible, and came to the conclusion that their results support the traditional use of Saffron in the treatment of depression. Saffron was released as effective medication for the treatment of mild progress in Neuropsychopharmacology and Biological Psychiatry as the fluoxetine to moderate depression, according to a study, in March 2007 the Iran. Participants received 15 mg saffron extract saffron extract tablets twice a day for 8 weeks. You got a remission rate of 25 per cent of the extract of Saffron and Fluoxetine. However, the researchers reported that the side effects for the two groups were similar. Depression associated with premenstrual syndrome treatment with saffron, according to a study in the March 2008 Iranian BJOG. In the study were women aged 20-45 saffron gave 30 mg per day for two menstrual cycles. The effects have been registered by subjective symptom reports and the depression rating scale measured by Hamilton. It was observed a significant reduction of in symptoms. The researchers asked for a study of side effects of Saffron before she could be confirmed as a possible treatment for depression in PMS. Quality is the key to the efficacy of extract of Saffron in the treatment of depression, according to a German study, published medical plant in June 2008. The study found that the extraction methods for the preparation of Saffron, determine the concentration of biologically active components of the finished product. Bioactive saffron components have the opportunity, NMDA, a recipient of the nerve involved in some forms of depression and responsible for learning and memory to link. Bioactive components can be products, that does exist in Saffron from poor extraction methods. Tracey Roizman was a writer and Professor of preventive and natural health from 1995. He holds a B. s. in chemistry and doctor of chiropractic nutrition degree and a diploma of specialization in neurology functional chiropractor. . . . .