Hina Zafrani attar is extracted from the stigma of the flower of crocus sativus Linnaeus commonly popular as Rose of Saffron. Saffron belongs to the family Iridaceae characterized by having purple flowers and a yellow stamen. Each flower of Crocus sativus Linnaeus has three stigmas of saffron, which are commonly known as filaments. It is extensively grown in Iran and other countries such as Greece and India. It contains more than 150 volatile and aroma-yielding compounds chiefly terpene alcohol, terpenes, and their esters. This plant grows well on dry or moist soil.