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Curative Eminence of Pomegranate

Mahendra Vyas1, , Vikram Chauhan1, and Raaz Maheshwari3
1. Department of Chemistry, GEC, Bikaner, Rajasthan.
2. Department of Botany, SBRMGC, Nagaur, Rajasthan
3. Department of Chemistry, SBRMGC, Nagaur, Rajasthan.
Abstract—The pomegranate-literally the "grained apple" -has received considerable scientific attention in the last decade; persuasively this study indicates that our interest in it is justified. Forty-nine contributors from laboratories in the United States (concentrating in California), Israel, Canada, Spain and India examined most aspects of the pomegranates' chemistry, health effects (including hormonal and antimicrobial properties), commercialization and horticultural aspects (growth and postharvest biology). As one of the earliest domesticated fruit plants (probably from its indigenous regions in present-day Iran or Turkey or trans-Caucasus regions), ancient Mesopotamian and Indus-valley populations revered the pomegranate both as a food and medicine. It was not introduced to Egypt until the Middle Kingdom. The pomegranate fruit is packed with vitamins and minerals, including vitamins A, C and E, iron and potassium. Vitamin A is important for good vision in dim light and for healthy body linings, hair and nails. Vitamin C is essential for the production of collagen¡ªthe connective tissue making up cartilage, ligaments and joints. Furthermore, vitamin C promotes iron absorption from foods and speeds up wound healing. Vitamin E is an important antioxidant and may protect from heart disease. Iron is essential for healthy red blood cells, nervous system function and immune system function. Potassium is used for nerve transmission and muscle contraction. Most of these studies are laboratory, in vitro and in vivo , studies carefully crafted and judiciously concluded to present to the modern public the importance the pomegranate can bestow on health regimens and, in a few cases, therapeutics.

Index Terms—Antioxidants, Flavonoids, Cancer, LDL, Superfruit Osteoarthritis, Heart disease

Cite: Mahendra Vyas, Vikram Chauhan, and Raaz Maheshwari, "Curative Eminence of Pomegranate," International Journal of Life Sciences Biotechnology and Pharma Research, Vol. 1, No. 4, pp.1-7, October 2012.
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