From the lush farms of Bhuj, we bring to you the highest quality pomegranates that are grown with care to fulfill your spirit.
*The above-mentioned quality parameters are based on normal room temperature and may vary from climate to climate.
The nutrient content of pomegranates makes it a super fruit. One cup of pomegranate seeds (174 grams) contains about 7 grams of fiber, 3 grams of protein, and 30 percent of your recommended dietary allowance of Vitamin C, 36 percent of Vitamin K, and 12 percent of potassium. What’s more, it's just 144 calories.
Pomegranate to soothe stomach problems: Pomegranate is a powerful anti-bacterial and is used as a natural remedy to cure stomach problems.[ such as diarrhoea, dysentery, and cholera.]
Pomegranate for weight loss: It is also rich in fibre and has fewer calories, therefore, can keep you full for a long time.
Pomegranate Regulates Blood Pressure Levels: The punicic acid found in pomegranates helps in lowering cholesterol, and triglycerides, and reducing blood pressure. The acid acts by preventing the activity of serum angiotensin-converting enzymes in the human body.
Pomegranate for joint pain: The plant compounds present in pomegranate have anti-inflammatory effects and are effective in treating conditions like arthritis.
Pomegranate for dental health: Pomegranates have anti-bacterial and antifungal properties that prevent the building of plaque in the mouth and also fight infections and inflammation in the mouth such as gingivitis and periodontitis.
Pomegranate Arrests Ageing: Pomegranates are full of antioxidants and neutralize the effect of free radicals in our bodies. The anti-aging plant compounds in the fruit also help in stimulating keratinocyte cells (skin cells) and help in cellular regeneration thereby keeping wrinkles and sagging skin at bay. For wrinkle-free, younger-looking skin try including pomegranate in your diet or use it in face packs.
Pomegranate Hydrates Dry Skin: Pomegranate for skin is a rich source of vitamin C, which research has proven is effective in treating dull and dry skin. When applied topically on a regular basis, it can reduce skin roughness. Also, around 82 percent of pomegranate’s volume weight is water and thereby it’s effective in keeping you hydrated.
Pomegranate for acne and breakouts: When bacteria found in environmental pollutants infect the oil glands of the skin, a pimple is formed. When this happens, the body sends white blood cells called neutrophils to the infected site to kill the bacteria. But the whole process causes inflammation and as a result, we notice angry and swollen zits on the skin. Pomegranate is known for its anti-inflammatory properties so when applied to the zits, it cures inflammation.
Pomegranate Protects Skin From Sun Damage: Exposure to the sun not only causes tanning and sunburn but can also lead to oxidative stress that causes age spots and wrinkles. The polyphenols in pomegranate are powerful antioxidants that help protect skin cells from oxidative damage.
Pomegranate helps in hair growth: The punicic acid in pomegranate seeds has been found to strengthen hair follicles by stimulating circulation and improving blood flow to the scalp. Pomegranate oil can also be used as a hair massage oil to smoothen frizzy hair and deeply condition it.