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RESEARCH HAS SHOWN THE INCREDIBLE HEALTH BENEFITS OF SAFFRON! 2010, The golden herb Saffron may hold the key to preventing the loss of sight in the elderly, a world first trial by researchers at the University of Sydney and in Italy has found. The results were described as a breakthrough, with trial participants showing significant vision improvements after taking a Saffron dietary supplement tablet for three months (1) 2010, Journal of Psychopharmacology, Berlin; There is increasing evidence to suggest the possible efficacy of Saffron (Crocus sativus) in the management of Memory Loss (AD). Saffron was found to be effective similar to donepezil in the treatment of mild-to-moderate AD after 22 weeks. The frequency of AEs was similar between saffron extract and donepezil groups with the exception of vomiting, which occurred significantly more frequently in the donepezil group. (2) September 2004, Journal of Ethnopharmacology, taking 30 milligrams of Saffron a day taken for 6 weeks has the same depression reducing properties as 20 milligrams of fluoxetine (Prozac). Saffron enhances the activity of (mood-boosting) neurotransmitters such as norepinephrine and dopamine. (3) December 2007, British Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, taking 15 milligrams of Saffron twice a day for two cycles has improved in both PMS (Premenstrual Syndrom) and depression symptoms after one cycle and improved further after two cycles had 50% or greater reduction in PMS symptoms, while only 8% of the women in the placebo group had similar improvement. (4) Recent study published in Cancer Detection and Prevention Saffron was touted by researchers for its anti-tumor benefits and cancer prevention properties, due in part to its high content of carotenoids. Prior studies have looked at lycopene and beta-carotene in particular. (5) Authorities speculate that the low incidence of vascular disorders in Spain may be due to the countrys high level of Saffron consumption.
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Saffron May Save Aging Eyes

Tuesday, March 23, 2010 7:00 AM

By Sylvia Booth Hubbard

Australian researchers call saffron "nature's sunglasses" and say the aromatic spice "may hold the key to preventing the loss of sight in the elderly."

They discovered that saffron, which is often used in curries and Mediterranean dishes, helps shield the eyes from damages caused by bright sunlight, and may reverse age-related macular degeneration (AMD), the most common cause of blindness in the elderly.

Saffron, which lends food a characteristic yellow color, has long been used in folk medicine. This is the first time, however, its effects on AMD have been explored. AMD typically occurs in older adults, and causes a loss of vision in the middle of the visual field due to damage to the retina. Although peripheral sight is not affected, many sufferers are classified as blind due to the loss of central vision.

Using saffron in pill form, the researchers carried out the study in Italy, where saffron is widely grown. One group of elderly people with AMD took a daily saffron pill for three months, followed by a placebo for three months. A second group took the placebo for three months, followed by the actual saffron pill for three months. In all, 25 subjects participated.

"Patients' vision improved after taking the saffron pill," study leader Professor Silvia Bisti of the University of Sydney said in a statement. "When they were tested with traditional eye charts, a number of them could read one or two lines smaller than before, while others reported they could read newspapers and books again."

Researchers attributed the improvement directly to the saffron. "All patients experienced improvements in their vision while taking the saffron pill," Bisti said. "But when they stopped taking it, the effect quickly disappeared." She believes saffron may regulate the fatty acid content of vision cells, making them "tougher and more resilient."

The Telegraph online reported that the researchers in Australia and Italy are now engaged in a year-long trial to find out more about how the spice works and the best dosage.

According to the National Eye Institute, age-related macular degeneration affects more than 1.75 million people in the U.S. By the year 2020, this number will increase to almost 3 million because of the aging of the American population.

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