pomegranate has many uses: medicine, drinks, cooking and even cosmetics.
The pomegranate is one of the seven species in which the Land of Israel was blessed. The fruit of the pomegranate, which contains hundreds of red and juicy seeds, was very required in antiquity time, thanks to the fruit's durability for a long time (several months), as well as to the medicinal properties that it attributed to it.
In recent years, demand for pomegranate fruit and its products has increased, due to studies that have established its medical value.
Medical studies have found that pomegranate has a high concentration of antioxidants, which may prevent or delay the development of cancer cells. It was found that the concentration of antioxidants in the pomegranate is even higher than red wine.
Studies show that daily use of the pomegranate contributes to the reduction of "bad" cholesterol levels in the blood and helps to reduce blood pressure and even protect against heart attacks.
The following are some of the publications on the subject of the pomegranate and its properties, which we received from Prof. Michael Aviram of the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, to which he was a partner in the pomegranate issue, among which we can learn about the pomegranate 's properties and consumption.
There is also research showing that consumption of pomegranate in the form of wine provides the same health benefits inherent in the body.
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