About the product
Dry and intermediate zone
North Western India
Sweet, tangy, tart and bold flavor
Pomegranate is used for treating eye infections, dysentery, heart disease, worm diseases, coughs, asthma and fever. ‘Molecules’ (2009), a scientific journal, featured an article substantiating pomegranate’s role in protecting you from infections such as staph, herpes, influenza, E. coli, cholera, salmonella, yeast infections, and fungi strains due to its antimicrobial, antiviral and antibacterial properties. The Pomegranate rind possesses anti-diabetic properties and anti-mutagenic qualities and may also help regulate thyroid functions, protect against atherosclerosis and treat inflammation and cancer.
The French term ‘pomme granate’ means ‘seeded apple’. We’ve heard of how Eve was tempted by an apple in the Garden of Eden. Fascinatingly, some Jewish scholars believe that it was the pomegranate that tempted her!In man civilizations across the world, the pomegranate was the symbol of prosperity and abundance; in other words, ‘having it all’.
Whip up a delicious salad by adding pomegranate to vegan cheese, berries, persimmons and apples. You can even substitute them for strawberries in most salads. Pomegranate juice is great to make sorbet or gelato. Or, add some ‘oomph’ to alcoholic drinks like pom martini and margarita and be the highlight of your party!