Fatty acids, vitamin E
Safflower is not safe in pregnancy. It can promote uterine contractions, causing miscarriages.
Safflower is supposedly good for blood circulation and has been used to boost recovering mothers' strength. However, it could affect your baby when breastfeeding, so it's best to avoid or consume with caution.
Some research suggests that safflower in breast milk hinders weight gain in low birth weight infants. It's best to stay on the safe side and avoid it.
Safflower is not suitable for babies under the age of 11 months.