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Besides being nutritious fruit rich in antioxidants, pomegranate has been considered as a symbol of health, fertility and eternal life for centuries, and is especially popular for its juice, seeds and oil.
Records of pomegranate can be found in many cultures and religions, and pomegranate is considered to be one of the oldest fruit trees known to mankind.
Most studies confirm that it is one of the world’s most healing fruits due to its useful impact on cardiovascular, nervous and bone structure.
Pomegranate contains large amounts of vitamin C, it is an excellent source of vitamin B5, potassium, organic acids and sugar.
Nutrients found in pomegranate inhibit the growth of breast, prostate and colon cancer, leukemia, and prevent changes that encourage tumor growth.
It has been proven that a glass of pomegranate juice daily has a stronger antioxidant effect than a glass of red wine or green tea.
Pomegranate juice helps reducing the risk of some types of cancer, protects against osteoporosis, improves immune system, protects your teeth, destroys bacteria such as Escherichia coli and staphylococci.
For better immunity, experts advise consuming 2.5 deciliters of fresh pomegranate juice.
Also, pomegranate is rich in phytoestrogens that facilitate menopause and premenopause symptoms, mood swings, night sweats and lack of libido.
The use of pomegranate in household is wide-ranging, it is used in preparing cookies, syrups, juices, liqueurs, wine, vinegar and tea.
Pomegranate oil is ideal for massage and can be used orally and locally. It is used in production of soaps, luxurious face cosmetics and other beauty products.