Pomegranate is native to the region stretching from North India to Iran - but it is now grown in semi-arid regions across the world and is increasingly recognised across the world as an elixir
Pomegranate juice has been popular across Europe and now across America too. In Asia, it has been used as a dried spice and a cherished fruit. The rind is used for extracts for dietary supplements and food preservatives and also for Dyeing.
In a long list of anti-XXXX properties - the humble pomeganate is rich in antioxidants, is anti-inflammatory, is antiviral, antimicrobial, antifungal and finally it is probiotic!
It helps in controlling obesity, diabetes, Alzheimer's, Osteoporosis, Dental health and is even anti-hypertensive.