Carthamus
Title: Carthamus
Additional Names: Safflower; African saffron; thistle saffron; American saffron; false saffron; bastard saffron; Dyer's saffron
Literature References: Florets of Carthamus tinctorius L. Compositae. Habit. Levant; Orient; cultivated extensively in Europe and America. Constit. Carthamin, safflor yellow.
Use: In dyeing; surrogate for Spanish saffron; coloring butter, liqueurs, confectionery, cosmetics.
Therap-Cat: Dietary supplement.

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