Pomegranate is the fleshy fruit from the pomegranate tree that grows in tropical and subtropical areas. It is a globe-shaped fruit with thick orange-brown skin. Inside the fruit there are many small red seeds separated by membranous walls; these seeds are instilled with a refreshing and bittersweet juicy pulp. This unique fruit contains vitamins, minerals, proteins, carbohydrates, flavonoids, polyphenols and fiber. Since ancient times, all parts of the pomegranate have been used as heart medicine, for inflammation of the stomach, liver pain and as a laxative. Currently, pomegranate seeds and pulp are used for fruit salads and desserts, as well as for making wine, jelly and drinks, such as grenadine.
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