These painting are by Iman Maleki . He was born on 1976 in Tehran,Iran.
Saffron is a wild flower that grows in the hills of Khorassan provence in Iran. This flower is picked by many young and old women and then cleaned and sorted before it is shipped out to the rest of the world. Iran produces %90 of the world consumption of the best quality Saffron. The music is by Late Night Alumni and is called " Empty Streets ,Remixed by Tiesto"
"Use of Saffron in 90 illnesses over four millennia"
"The Oxford Journal"
"Saffron extract, crocin and safranal exhibited significant radical scavenging activity and thus antioxidant activity."
Saffron is an all natural ancient herbal remedy and the most expensive spice on earth.
For mind, body and soul! - Saffron: The most potent antioxidant and preventive herb in the world is now available in a tiny tablet. Saffron's medicinal purposes have been revolutionary, and now it is universally available and affordable.
Virtues of Saffron & Traditional Uses Include:
Better mood for the mind, body and soul
Anti-depressant and relaxant
Anti cancer & tumor Agent
Curing respiratory problems
Aphrodisiac for Impotency..... Natural Viagra
Treating acne and skin diseases
Used in medicines that reduce inflammation
For treating menstrual disorders (PMS)
Take a pinch or 2 tablets a day for 6 to 8 weeks for best results.
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Surprising Saffron : by Amy Paturel, MS, MPH : Article from: *******www.health****
There's more to these delicate strands than you'd expect. New research shows saffron can boost your mood. It's the most expensive spice on Earth, and for good reason. It takes up to 75,000 handpicked blossoms each with only 3 strands of saffron to make just 1 pound of the high-maintenance ingredient. Why bother? Not only can a few threads add intense color and bold, honey-like flavor to an otherwise drab dish, but new research also shows that saffron offers plenty of unexpected health benefits, such as alleviating depression and even preventing cancer.People who got 30 milligrams of saffron a day for 6 weeks reported the same improvement in their depression symptoms as those who received 20 milligrams of fluoxetine (a.k.a. Prozac), according to a preliminary study in the Journal of Ethnopharmacology. Saffron enhances the activity of (mood-boosting) neurotransmitters such as norepinephrine and dopamine, says Shahin Akhondzadeh-Basti, a clinical neuropsychopharmacology professor at Roozbeh Psychiatric Hospital in Tehran, Iran, the oldest academic psychiatric hospital in the Middle East.And in another recent study published in Cancer Detection and Prevention, researchers touted saffron's antitumor and cancer-preventive benefits. The spice is rich in antioxidants such as crocin, a carotenoid that helps prevent the spread and growth of cancer.If you've never given saffron a shot because it's expensive ($8 to $12 per gram) or you don't know how to use it, then it's time to rethink this potent spice. For best results, opt for saffron threads rather than powder (powdered saffron can taste medicinal and may be diluted with cheaper s**ces like turmeric). Store it in a cool, dark place or in your freezer for up to 2 years. Toast the threads in a dry pan for a few seconds, or rub them between your hands to release saffron's aroma and oils before steeping them in hot water, advises Joyce Goldstein, a food consultant and cookbook author of Saffron Shores (Chronicle Books, 2002).For every teaspoon of saffron in a recipe, add 5 teaspoons of liquid and soak for 20 minutes. If your dish includes broth or wine, pour a little of it over the saffron before making the recipe. And to make the most of your saffron, try the following simple ideas.
(For more ideas and recipes, check out our sister publication's Web site,CookingLight****.)
Add a few threads to fish soup, chowders, bouillabaisse, or stews when you begin cooking them.
Steam mussels with saffron and orange peels.
Stir a few threads (about ¼ teaspoon) saffron into boiling water when making pasta or risotto. "Saffron Cooking Recipes" : Click here - SEE BAHRAMERAD'S WEBLOG
If we were to describe Celina Jaitly in one word, it would be candid! Yeah, we like this babe for shooting from the lip, and voicing whatever she believes in. Whether its gay rights, womens rights, or simply sex.
BY ALISON SCHUTZ
ANCHOR JIM FLINK
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Too busy for the bedroom?
Too frightened for fornication?
Or just too timid to tell the truth?
A new survey shows fewer teens and young adults ages 15 to 24 are having sex. Why, you ask? That’s what the media want to know, too.
DR. LAURA BERMAN: “We could come up with all sorts of themes you know, I think it may be all of those things. I also think that we’re starting to see the pendulum swing back in a different direction...A lot of these young women have been hurt and they’re seeing their friends hurt and they’re learning from experience that maybe the sexual economics in our country are off a little bit. And women, and men for that matter, should slow down.”
According to HLN, the CDC interviewed 5,300 young people from 2006-2008. They found 28 percent said they’ve never had sexual contact with another person. That’s up 6 percent from a similar study done in 2002. HLN wonders, are parents to credit?
ANCHOR: “The study said the greatest teacher - number one parents, number two peers - what they’re doing. So, really interesting. I guess you’re doing your job too?”
CALLER: “Yes, I talked to her about my past and I didn’t make as good of decisions as my daughter and that might have something to do with it too, just our honest open relationship."
But an Atlanta Journal-Constitution blogger offers a few other possible reasons.
“When you meet them in real life, no one looks as good as their Facebook (Match****, e-Harmony, etc.) profile pic.”
“Someone is telling kids that sex leads to babies and raising babies isn't the funnest thing an 18-year-old can be doing.”
"Free online porn makes the real thing seem like too much effort.”
An MSNBC round-table blames it on overexposure.
“I actually do think it’s a reaction to all those images that they’re bombarded with at an early age...I think for a lot of teenage boys the first time they may have seen, back in the 60’s, 70’s and early part of the 80’s a female body was when they saw Playboy when they were 14 or 15. And so, you take the mystery away with the gross, graphic depictions that have bombarded our children since they were very young and after a while it’s just like, God, give me a break.”
But Jezebel**** suggests kids will be kids, and maybe some teens just aren’t telling the truth.
“The study was based on self-reported data, not on spying on teenagers (which would be creepy and illegal), so it's always a possibility that the kids are lying.”
The New York Times reports the declining trend began in the late 1980’s - giving researchers reason to dismiss abstinence-only sex education as the explanation. For now it seems there’s no clear explanation for the modesty of the Millennials.
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