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Haroon Bashir*, Sajadul Hassan Kumhar and Wasim Qadir


In 2019-20, the coronavirus that causes severe acute respiratory syndrome, SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19), posed a huge health-care concern for humans. An expanding list of virus alterations has the potential to improve transmission or help it elude the immune response, according to recent laboratory and epidemiological research. To make matters worse, obtaining effective, inexpensive, and safe vaccines on a large scale poses significant obstacles. Due to these roadblocks, some people have turned to traditional medicine for alternative possibilities, particularly immune-boosting natural supplements. Fever, bronchitis, colds, and other immunological and respiratory problems have been treated with saffron for generations. We focus on immunomodulation, respiratory, renal, and cardiovascular functions to discuss the potential impact of saffron during and after COVID-19 infection. It can relieve the severity of COVID-19 symptoms in patients as a mutraceutical or medication supplement. Antioxidant and other therapeutic properties attributed to saffron bioactive components can aid in inflammation and infection treatment techniques. Anxiety, depression, sleep difficulties, and post-traumatic stress disorder are some of the anomalies linked to COVID-19 survivors. Because of its anti-depressant properties, saffron can also aid in the management of various post-hospitalization disorders (subacute and chronic). It can assist ordinary people strengthen their immunity and cope with sadness, stress, and anxiety brought on by long-term lockdown, isolation, or quarantine.

Keywords: Covid-19, Crocus sativus, Saffron, lockdown, Isolation, Anxiety, Immunity.

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