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Question: Can i drink kesar milk in 8th months of pregnancy????

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Answer: Hello dear. Yes you can. Saffron acts as a good muscle relaxant which helps in pregnancy. Saffron improves digestion and appetite by supplying the blood uniformly to all the parts of the body. Saffron also aids in controlling your mood swings. But should be taken in moderation and taken after it has been soaked in water or milk. Take care.
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