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Simple and Natural remedy for Excessive Gas

Easy and Effective Home remedy for Gas problem:

Formation of gas in the stomach is a natural phenomenon that takes place during the complex process of digestion. However, it is a discomfort that can be quite embarrassing when one gets the urge in public. The good news is that there are several natural remedies offering an effective treatment for gas problem. However one of the best natural remedies that have been used for ages is saffron.

Saffron Health Benefits:

The health benefits of saffron have been extolled in folklore across the globe. It is interesting to dig up the history of saffron cultivation and usage. This amazing spice, which is 100% natural, was discovered over 3,500 years ago. It has been in use in most cultures of the world ever since. Saffron was recommended to be taken by pregnant women as it is loaded with benefits and is free of any side effects.

Interestingly, saffron has been used for the treatment of gas problem. Humans have been plagued by issues like constipation and gas from time immemorial. Hence, the answer to the question “how to avoid gas?” lies in the usage of pure saffron. This rare and effective spice, which belongs to the iris family, has been used for treating a plethora of illnesses.
Surprisingly, ancient Greek writings indicate that saffron was used extensively for treating common cold, cough, insomnia or sleeplessness among others. However, it was found to be very effective in the treatment of stomach ailments. Particularly, it was found to be very an effective treatment for gas problem.

Saffron was added liberally in the cooking of various cultures, not just for its aromatic value, but also for its curative value. Apart from making dishes delightfully delicious through its pungency and natural essence, saffron was used in cooking for its medicinal value. When one looks up the nutritional value of saffron, it contains an astonishing level of manganese in addition to high levels of Vitamin C, magnesium, potassium and B6.

Effective Treatment for Gas Problem:

Coming back to saffron as an effective remedy for treatment of gas problem, it is very easy to use. Just take 1 gram of saffron and mix it thoroughly in 50 ml of water. This mixture can be stored in a bottle (tightly closed). Taking 10 to 15 ml of this mixture helps reduce flatulence significantly. The best part is that saffron is very friendly on the stomach, intestines and colon, and has zero side effects.

Can u guess the spice that provides ultimate health benefits?  Saffron.

Kesar Badam Milk

Kesar Badam Milk



Kesari Badam Milk Recipe:

Serves: 5-6
Prep time: 5 mins
Cook time: 10 mins
Total time: 15 mins

How to Make Kesar Badam Milk at Home:

Here is the recipe:


1 Litre Milk
¼ Cup Kesari Saffron Syrup
15 Pistachios, chopped + for garnish
¼ Cup Almonds, chopped + for garnish
Saffron Strands, for garnish



In a deep non-stick pan, add milk and bring to the boil. Reduce the heat to low and add saffron syrup while stirring.

Add chopped pistachios and almonds. Give it a nice stir and remove from heat.

Cool the badam milk, refrigerate for a couple of hours and pour into serving glasses.

Garnish the milk with more chopped pistachios, almonds and saffron strands and serve chilled.

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Saffron ice cream is a rich and delicious dessert, full of flavor, the perfect ending to your meal.

A rich and delicious ice-cream made using saffron, corn flour, whipping cream, milk and sugar. You don’t need ice-cream machine to make this. It is soft, creamy and truly yummy.

1 Cup Milk
12-15 Kesari Saffron Strands
1 ½ Tsp Cornflour
⅓ Cup Sugar
1 Cup Whipping Cream
Mint Leaves, for garnish
Saffron Strands, for garnish

In a saucepan, heat milk over medium heat. Transfer about ¼ cup hot milk to a small bowl and add saffron. Add cornflour to the saffron mix, mix well and let it infuse for 5 minutes. Add back to the boiling milk.
Add sugar, mix well and cook for 7-8 minutes or until syrupy. Remove from heat and cool completely.
In a large bowl, add whipping cream and whip for 2-3 minutes until medium peaks. Add the cooled saffron milk to the whipped cream and whip again until mixed well.
Transfer the saffron ice cream to a bread pan or rectangular container and freeze overnight.
Once frozen, scoop the ice cream into serving bowls, garnish with mint leaves and saffron strands and serve chilled.

Kesar Pista Kulfi Ice Cream – A perfect home made ice cream to beat the heat.

Kesar Pista Kulfi Ice Cream Recipe

Kulfi Ice cream Recipe:

A frozen Indian dessert made with saffron powder, Pistachios, milk cream sugar and cardamom powder.


1 Litre Milk
⅛ Tsp Kesari Saffron Powder
1 Tbsp Cornflour
⅓ Cup Cream
¼ Cup Sugar
⅛ Tsp Cardamom Powder
20 Pistachios, chopped + for garnish
Saffron Strands, for garnish



In a deep pan, add milk and bring to the boil. Reduce the heat and simmer.

Transfer 2-3 tablespoons of the hot milk to a small bowl, add saffron powder and mix well. Add the saffron milk to the boiling milk and give it a nice stir.

Cook the milk on medium heat for 35 minutes until reduced to half. Make sure to keep stirring in between. Add cornflour and mix well so that no lumps are formed.

Add cream, mix well and then add sugar. Cook for another 30 minutes until the milk starts to thicken.

Add cardamom powder and pistachios. Mix well and cook for 10-15 more minutes until the milk reaches a rabri like texture.

Once cooked, remove from heat and cool completely. Ladle the kulfi mix into plastic or thermocol glasses and freeze overnight.

Once the kulfi is frozen, insert wooden sticks in the centre and remove from the glass carefully.

Transfer to a serving platter, garnish with saffron strands and pistachios and serve immediately.


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Kesari Sooji Rasgulla

Sooji Rasgulla has never been so delicious before? Here`s how you can make a mouth-watering sooji Rasgulla different from chena rasgulla. It is made with milk, sooji, ghee, saffron, sugar, and water. It is easy to make and taste delicious when chilled.
400 ml Milk
½ Cup Sooji (Semolina)
2 Tbsp Ghee
350 ml Water
¾ Cup Sugar
10-12 Kesari Saffron strands
2 Cardamoms
Saffron, for garnish

In a deep pan, add milk and bring to the boil. Add ghee and sugar and boil again. Reduce the heat to medium and add sooji slowly while stirring continuously.
Cook for 7-8 minutes until the sooji mix has formed into a dough like consistency.
Transfer to a plate and cool completely.
In the meantime, add water to a saucepan and heat over medium heat. Once the water is hot, transfer around 2-3 tbsp of hot water into a small bowl, add saffron and let infuse for 5 minutes.
Add the saffron mix back to the water along with sugar and cardamom. Let it simmer for a few minutes.
While the water is simmering, make 8 small rasgullas with the sooji mix and add to the simmering water.
Bring the water to the boil, cover and cook for 7-8 minutes or until spongy.
Once cooked, remove from heat, cool to room temperature and refrigerate.
Once cooled, transfer to a serving bowl, garnish with saffron strands and serve chilled.