The origin and history of the pomegranate
The pomegranate tree is native of Iran, Afghanistan and Himalaya, it has been cultivated for more than 5,000 years. Symbol of prosperity, it spread to Asia, Africa and the Mediterranean before conquering the West Indies during colonization.
Fruits are garnished with red seeds, surrounded by a juicy pulp. According to legends, succeeding in eating a pomegranate without losing a grain makes it possible to get hold of a treasure!. Its skin contains many benefits for the organism.
A fruit with a thousand virtues
Over the years, many of the benefits of the pomegranate have been discovered and proven. Used as an anti-inflammatory by the Egyptians, the pomegranate would fight against hypertension and osteoarthritis. The grains of the fruit would slow down the development of cancer cells. In the Lesser west indies islands, the skin of the fruit serves to cure gastrointestinal affections.
For a detox cure, pomegranate juice, slightly sweet helps to rehydrate the body and eliminate waste. It speeds up weight loss. Finally, the tannins of the pomegranate, rich in antioxidants slow the phenomenon of aging skin and its vitamins B5 and B6 fight against the fatigue.
The antioxidants present in the tannins regenerate the skin by activating cell renewal. The signs of aging are attenuated, the facial skin is firm and glowing.
Recommended for natural treatment of scalp, pomegranate oil, which contains punicic acid, revitalizes and makes hair shine. Applied in a hair mask, it tames the curls of curly hair and attenuates the frizzy hair.
Natural, pomegranate oil regulates sebum for a moisturizing effect. Present in Radiance precious oil, it is a powerful anti-aging that soothes irritated skin and repairs sun burns. Hydrated and protected, the epidermis is rejuvenated!