The humble pomegranate tree is believed to have originated in Persia and the Sub-Himalayan foothills of Northern India, but grows in abundance and thrives in dry, arid climates such as the Indian sub-continent, southern Africa, and the Mediterranean region.
Known and used widely in Ayurvedic medicines, this tough and leathery fruit is packed with minerals, antioxidants, fiber, folic acid, and vitamins A, C and E. Pomegranate also contains three times more antioxidants than either wine or green tea, and is mostly used for baking, cooking, smoothies and juice blends, cocktails or salad garnishing.
Studies show that pomegranate hydrates dry skin, treats acne and breakouts, and protects skin from sun damage.
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