All About Pomegranates / Anaar / Dadima / Dalim / Dadam – Anar

Belonging to the family of Punica granatum, pomegranates are called by different names in different countries. Being called Dadima or dalim in Sanskrit, grenade in French, Granada in Spanish, dulim / dulima in Persian and so on. The fruit has an interesting history to narrate. Rooting its origins and nativity to Iran and Himalayas during the ancient times, it also makes its appearance in the Egyptian mythology, Bible and the Babylonian Talmud. How can I forget to mention about the caravans who used to carry it in deserts for its thirst-quenching juice? Although pomegranates were native to the northern India, they entered the southern India from the Iran. Interesting, isn’t it?
The Padharpur – Sangola region of Solapur, Ahmednagar and Aurangabad in Maharashtra, India produces the best of the pomegranates who are a house of nutrients like fibres, proteins, vitamin C, K, folate and potassium.

It is very fascinating to note that the antioxidants present in pomegranates are thrice more powerful than that present in red wine and green tea. Influential anti-inflammatory properties of pomegranates make it a very useful fruit as a prevention to many acute and chronic ailments such as cancer (breast, colon cells, prostate), diabetes, Alzheimer, obesity etc. The fruit helps in lowering down the blood pressure as well as the punicic acid present in pomegranates reduces the risk of heart disease. The people suffering from arthritis, joint pain, fungal or bacterial infections must cultivate a habit of eating pomegranates regularly to help their body fight them.


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