What are the side effects of saffron?

Side effects from saffron are mild, and generally consist of nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea and stomach ache. Severe cases of reactions such as shock or psychosis have been reported. Some of these minor side effects will resolve on a gradual schedule over 2 to 4 weeks.
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There is also a risk of allergic reactions to saffron. Serious reactions like anaphylaxis and anaphylactoid reactions are rare in people under the age of 25.

What about allergic reactions with saffron?

Saffron is an essential oil that has been used for centuries as a symbol of love and beauty. However, there are no human studies of its allergy potential.

What should people know about saffron?

There are no side effects from using saffron, although some people experience mild reactions such as nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea and stomach ache. Other minor reactions may resolve on a gradual schedule over 2 to 4 weeks.

Where can saffron be bought?

Saffron can only be bought online and not on the street. It is available at the following retailers:


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The New Orleans Pelicans released forward C Jrue Holiday today, sending him down to the Denver Nuggets in today’s 10-player deal that sent guard Ty Lawson to the Los Angeles Lakers and forward Ryan Anderson to the Oklahoma City Thunder. According to multiple reports, Holiday has been waived by the Nuggets and the Pelicans will be sending him off in the NBA’s first major trade in years. The two teams were reportedly in talks for this afternoon, but Holiday pulled out of the deal.

Holiday has a player option for next season, which means he’ll return to the Pelicans next season for an extra player. The Pelicans won’t have a first-round pick in 2016, leaving them to sign a veteran player to a multi-year deal.

Holiday, 28, averaged 6.7 points and 6.6 rebounds last season for New Orleans, leading the team in minutes (36.8 per game), assists (7.2) and steals (1.0). He’s also a career 38.9 percent shooter from outside the paint.

Anderson, 26, received a four-year max tender which pays him $19.9 million this coming season, meaning he’ll turn 27 before next season. He’s the second-youngest player on the