Net Wt: 8oz (227g)
approx. 6 cups
Safflower is an annual broadleaf plant in the aster family that produces
rounded yellow or reddish-orange flower heads and rosettes of branched leaves,
like a thistle. Sometimes used as a substitute for saffron, hence it is also
known as Bastard Saffron. They are a common additive in tea blends as they add a vibrant pop of color.
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