The benefits of pomegranate

Originally from Central and Western Asia, the pomegranate tree has always been cultivated from the Mediterranean to the Far East.

Symbol of fertility, unity and tolerance, the pomegranate is considered one of the most antioxidant fruits.

According to many researchers, its properties would reduce cholesterol, atherosclerosis, blood pressure and prevent cardiovascular diseases. It would also be of great interest against the appearance and then the recurrence of urinary tract infections but also dysfunctions related to the prostate.

It would also reduce the progression of certain inflammatory diseases and protect in particular against neurological disorders linked to degenerative diseases of aging.

However, these are not claims and these effects remain to be scientifically proven despite their great reputation. However, we can report the research in progress as well as the opinions of informed nutritionists.

Its many vitamin B6 would help strengthen the immune system. Its polyphenols would also "capture" free radicals. 

It would also have anti-inflammatory effects thanks to its antioxidants, but also antibacterial and antiviral actions thanks to its tannins.

Its benefits lie not only in its berries but also in the other parts of the fruit, including the skin and seeds.

After the phase of pressing the pomegranates to extract the juice, the pomegranate skin represents half the weight of the fruit; it has invaluable health benefits thanks, among other things, to its tannins. Researchers have found it to have many anti-aging and immune protection-boosting powers.

The pomegranate skin will therefore need to be dried and then ground in order to be consumed as an infusion of pomegranate peels. Pomegranate is indeed more dosed in antioxidants than green tea... It's a great detox drink!