Pomegranate seed oil

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Today’s Healthy And The Brain feature is Pomegranate seed oil. This amazing oil is used as a good carrier oil to dilute strong and sometimes very potent essential oils.

Pomegranate seed oil is great for skin care and protection. Here’s a little more information below on this amazing skin care and super fruit.

Pomegranate seed oil is well known for its high concentration of polyphenolic compounds and for its ant-oxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Pomegranate seed oil comes from the seed of (Punica granatum). It is a good source of FFA’s (Free fatty acids), phenolic compounds,

Phytosterols, and lipid soluble fractions.

Pomegranate seed oil contains 63% UFA, including linoleum acid (29%) and oleic acid (10%).

It is also great to eat as a healthy fruit food source and can also be juiced. Here are some other health benefits that this amazing fruit and its seed oil have.

Pomegranates nutrient values for 100 g of raw edible portion

Value per 100 g:

• Water 77.93 g

• Potassium 236 mg

• Phosphorus 36 mg

• Magnesium 12 mg

• Calcium 10 mg

• Choline 7.6 mg

This fruit is rich in flavonoids, alkaloids, fructose, sucrose, glucose, and other components. Pomegranate can be used in the prevention and treatment of several types of cancer, cardiovascular disease, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and other diseases. In addition it improves wound healing and is beneficial to the reproductive system. Amazing!

If your interested in purchasing this amazing product you can do so by just contacting us on the Healthyandthebrain.com site for more details and prices.

Great day and health to all,

Healthy and the Brain

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