Wednesday, November 17, 2010


Hi friends. How are you all? I hope all are doing well. here I am also doing well. I am very much happy to meet you all here once again. here I am going top talk about safflower. Also called "bastard saffron", safflower is a dye plant used widely used and currently ignored since the discovery of chemical dyes.
Safflower is a plant commonly found in uncultivated land and along the slope in the Mediterranean regions.
In Morocco, the plant is grown in the regions of Marrakech and Agadir.

The chemical components of safflower are represented by a milk-coagulating enzyme and dye that carhamine principle. The plant also contains vitamin C, lipids, carbohydrates and proteins.

The plant has emollient and purgative properties. In traditional medicine, the crushed flowers of the plant are often mixed with egg yolk and water soaking of chickpea to treat all kinds of jaundice. I hope this safflower will help all from the dieases.

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