punica granatum


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pomegranate

Very very high in antioxidants (the deep red staining color) Improves blood flow to the heart, decreases artery plaque, does not affect blood glucose levels in diabetics, great for prostate, improved erections, does not interact with medication, low estrogenic activity, good for alzheimer’s, dental issues, anti-cancer. Said to paralyze tapeworms nervous system so they let go of their hold inside us.
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Studies on the fruit cracking in pomegranate (Punica granatum L.) in variety Jodhpuri.
Ellagitannins of the fruit rind of pomegranate (Punica granatum) antagonize in vitro the host inflammatory response mechanisms involved in the onset of malaria.
Conclusion: In male albino rats combination of ethanolic extracts of Eugenia Jambolana and Punica Granatum fruit pulps was most effective in lowering serum total cholesterol and triglycerides while decrease in low density lipoprotein cholesterol and rise in high density lipoprotein cholesterol was same as the extracts given alone.
Chemopreventive and adjuvant therapeutic potential of pomegranate (Punica granatum) for human breast cancer.
Pomegranate (Punica granatum) is used for the prevention and treatment of liver diseases and can reduce tissue damage due to its high antioxidant activity.
Germinagao de sementes de romazeiras (Punica granatum L) de acordo com a concentragao de giberelina.
The effect of sequential fractionation technique on the various efficacies of pomegranate (Punica granatum L.).
In addition, the inhibitory effects of Punica granatum against mycelial fungi have been reported before.
da Silva et al., "Therapeutic potential of biodegradable microparticles containing Punica granatum L.
Yussif (2014).Evaluation of antimicrobial activity of phenolic extract from Punica granatum L.
europaea, Pistacia vera L., Portulaca oleracea L., Punica granatum L., Quercus brantii Lindley, Rhus coriaria L., Rubus sanctus Schreber, Thymbra spicata L.