This simple little technique uses a simple ratio of saffron oil and water to create a simple way of getting a bulb that is easy to produce, easy to care for, and produces a bright orange light with very little trouble. You don’t need to look any further than the bulbs mentioned above and their equivalents.
Use the simple method to find a good saffron bulb that meets your needs.
Here in India, we use saffron oil for everything, from the cooking oil to the saffron tester on our kitchen stove to the many of our kitchen accessories including the saffron light on the kitchen coffee table. All of these things rely on the fact that saffron oil has an emulsifying property in it. It helps to reduce the splashing from cooking. In fact, my family is very dependent on these emulsifying qualities. We also use saffron oil to make the saffron powder as this aids the cooking process greatly. These two functions of saffron oil have a direct correlation to the health benefits of its use.
For example, a small amount of saffron oil can be used to make the saffron tester and can be used to make the saffron lamps that you see on the kitchen counter. If you use a small amount of saffron oil, then your cooking oil won’t splash and you won’t even notice how it has been contaminated. Also, while we are on the topic of making a lamp, you can make the best saffron lamps out there as they are easy to use and do not look like saffron lamps from other sources.
Now, let’s get talking about how one of the simplest ways of producing a saffron bulb, is by using a simple ratio of saffron oil and water.
The ratio of 2,000 milliliters of saffron oil and a litre of water needs 1,500 ml of water in order to produce a usable light bulb. We will take about 1,500 ml of oil (2,000) and put it into a gallon of water (3,000) to make this amount of saffron oil (2,000), then we will add 1 litre of water (3,000) to this oil and let this water evaporate. The result is a bulb where you don’t even need to use heat. If you can, put the saffron bulbs in a big