Varieties of Pomegranates: Pomegranate varieties like white seeded Pomegranate, Bedana, Kabuli, Red seeded Pomegranate.
area: Pomegranate is produced all over Africa, Kabul, and Iran, as well as in India.
Vitamins: it contains micro vitamins. Also contains glucose, the ‘B’ vitamin.
Products: Jam, juice, and fruit sandal are prepared from pomegranate.
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Benefits of Eating Pomegranates:
Energy is also called seeds in pomegranates. This fruit is known as an appetite stimulant and digestive. Pomegranate is a fruit used in Ayurveda for cough. Sales – in kg Pomegranates are sold.
Other Uses of Pomegranate:
While eating pomegranate fruit, we eat the seeds inside. Also, the above bark is used as medicine for cough. If there is a cough, take the powder of pomegranate peel in honey.
To strengthen bones – If you are suffering from bone and joint pain, consume pomegranates. It contains good amounts of iron and calcium. Pomegranates should also be consumed by those who suffer from joint pain. Consuming pomegranate daily strengthens bones.
Benefits of Pomegranate in Pregnancy – During pregnancy, women have to take special care of themselves. No laziness whatsoever. Pomegranates juice is beneficial for pregnant women. It has a variety of antioxidant properties that protect the pregnant placenta.
Benefits of Pomegranate for Hair – Pomegranate has good antioxidant properties that balance the blood circulation in the scalp. Helps strengthen frizzy, dry, lifeless hair. Take pomegranates juice if you have a hair loss problem. Pomegranate makes hair shiny and beautiful.it contains nutrients and vitamins for hair. Using a pomegranate hair mask is good for hair. Make a pack by mixing pomegranates juice with yogurt and applying it to your hair. This will strengthen the hair roots and also reduce hair loss.
For weight loss – Pomegranate is very beneficial for weight loss. Pomegranate is rich in fiber which helps in reducing fat. It starts to reduce obesity. According to some research, for reducing obesity pomegranate leaves also help.
disadvantages of pomegranate?
- Pomegranate has many benefits as well as harmful effects. but there are some conditions in which the consumption of pomegranates. Consuming too much pomegranates can cause gas problems.
- People who have cough problems should not eat pomegranate.
People who pomegranates may develop skin rashes and itching who are allergic to. So such people should not consume many pomegranate.
- If a person takes BP medication, he should ask whether he should consume pomegranate or not.
Dieters should not consume too much pomegranates.
- There have harmful effects on the body of certain medicines which pomegranates.
- if you have any kind of health problem due to the consumption of pomegranates Consult your nearest general physician.
- Our purpose is only to inform you through the article. We are not giving you any medicine or treatment advice. Only a doctor can give you good advice. Because this is best.
The ends of the small branches have modified spines. The leaves are simple, opposite or in whorls, long, reddish when young, dark green in June, smooth, red-veined, and wavy-edged. The flowers are solitary, in pairs, or in clusters of 3 to 5 at the ends of the branches and are large and reddish. Convergent persistent (also found on fruit) thick, reddish bracts 5–7, red and hairy (dehiscent) hairs many bracts stacked in two or three layers one above the other .
Soil: The pomegranates tree is hardy and can grow in soils that are not suitable for the cultivation of many other fruit trees, but this crop grows well in medium alluvial soils. The light limestone soil is suitable for this crop. These trees can also be cultivated at the foothills and on high plateaus where the soil retains some moisture.
Diseases: Fruit blight is an important disease of pomegranates. Fungus grows where the insect damages the fruit and the fruit falls off. Paper or cloth bags are tied over healthy fruits.
Cultivation: The land should be well pulverized to a depth of 5 to 6 m. At a square distance of 1.5 m. They dig long, equally wide, and deep pits and fill them with manure. In them, rooted cuttings or pressure cuttings, or seedlings prepared from seeds are planted around the time of monsoon. Water regularly for eight days after transplanting and then at ten-day intervals in the absence of rain. After six months, long-term watering works.
Uses: The fruit contains water 78%, protein 1·6%, fat 0·1%, carbohydrates 14·5%, and vitamin C in abundance. This fruit is widely used for mouthwash after meals. The delicious juice of the fruit is sold in a sustainable form and made into delicious drinks and liqueurs. Pomegranates seeds grown in the forests of Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, and Kashmir are dried with gara and sold as ‘Anardana’. it is used in North India to add a sour taste to foods.
All parts of the this tree especially the fruit, stem, and root bark and leaves contain tannin. It is especially abundant (26%) in the bark of fruits and roots. The bark of fruits, stems and roots have been used for making raw hides for many years in Mediterranean countries. This bark was once used to make the famous leather of Morocco. Pomegranates peel is widely used in Jammu and Kashmir to make leather.
The peel of the fruit produces dyes for dyeing wool and silk. A pale red dye is extracted from the flowers and used to dye cloth. Fruit and root peels are used to make hair poultices and kinds of toothpaste. The root bark is used to make black ink.