POMEGRANATE has been used for medicinal purposes in the middle and Far East regions for over thousands of years.
The pomegranate is native from Iran to the Himalayas in northern India and was cultivated and naturalized over the whole Mediterranean region since ancient times.
It is widely cultivated throughout India and the drier parts of southeast Asia, Malaya, the East Indies and tropical Africa.
The pomegranate was also praised in the Old Testament of the Bible, in the Babylonian.
Pomegranates are a superfood full of cancer-fighting anti-oxidants, they contain the most antioxidants of any natural food.
Drinking one glass of pomegranate juice is all that is needed to experience the advantages of pomegranate juice. The pomegranate tastes sweet and tart .
The seeds of the pomegranate fruit are sweet, juicy and bursting with flavor. They can be added to both savory and dessert style foods and add a unique and tantalizing flavor to any dish.
Pomegranate juice can have a great impact on health, particularly on the health of the heart, by keeping the arteries flexible and decreasing the inflammation in the lining of the blood vessels.
It is known to reduce atherosclerosis, which is one of the leading causes of heart disease. It lowers the risk of blockage in the arteries which can cause a restriction in the flow of blood to the heart and brain.
IT LOWERS the amount of LDL or bad cholesterol
- REDUCE high blood pressure
ELIMINATES free radicals from the body and inhibits the growth and development of cancer and other diseases
TREATMENT of diarrhea and dysentery
- HELP fight viruses and bacteria and boost our immunity system
HELPS prevents anaemia by surmounting the red blood cell deficiency in the body
- AIDS in the smooth functioning of the stomach, heart and liver
HIGHLY recommended for patients suffering from osteoarthritis, a chronic condition characterized by the breakdown of the joint’s cartilage
- HELP to slow down the process of ageing by reducing wrinkles and fine lines caused by constant exposure to sun
Other Uses The fruit juice of the pomegranate is often mixed with honey and given for memory loss.