Satiereal and Saffron Safety Information
Saffron is a very safe spice. Annually, over 200 tons are produced worldwide, primarily in the Mediterannean region. According European Food Science Agency experts, saffron is not a source of any safety concerns. So the source of Safranal is well-tested and verified for human safety. Moreover, an analysis of over 500 allergy studies against various spices found that saffron allergy is extremely rare. In an evaluation of saffron stigma tablets, testing up to 400mg daily of an aqueous extract saffron crocus stigma over 7 days in healthy volunteers, no clinically significant changes occurred in blood or biological markers. This result is confirmed by a current publication-pending 8-week human clinical study.
The levels of saffron constituents in Satiereal are safe for human consumption, and the Satiereal Formulation has been tested in the laboratory and in human studies to confirm its safety. Results of a recent human clinical and laboratory safety study over 8 weeks of supplementation showed it to be well-tolerated with no safety concerns. This study measured blood sugar and blood fat levels, markers of normal liver and kidney functions, as well as urine laboratory checks. There were no significant differences between volunteers taking Satiereal and placebo.
Vital signs (blood pressure and heart rate) remained unchanged in both groups at the end of study as compared to baseline. Moreover, there were no changes in clinical biology parameters assessed at baseline and after the study. Additionally, no significant adverse effect has been reported during the complementary clinical study that is currently in process.
While saffron is a very safe spice, and can easily be identified, sometimes the inexperienced mistake the autumn crocuses of the genus Colchicum for saffron crocuses. The autumn crocus is extremely poisonous, so never try to prepare saffron from your garden crocuses! Stick with saffron from culinary suppliers, and to obtain the weight loss benefits of saffron, choose Satiereal, which is standardized to the medicinally relevant levelof safranal .