100% Organic Pomegranate Juice
Made from fresh pomegranates grown in the fertile land of Antalya near the mythologic mountain of Olympos , a city in Southern Turkey.
- 100% certified organic
- Not From Concentrate, Direct Juice
- contains no added sugars, preservatives or colors
- Cold pressed with seeds
- flash pasteurized to keep the nutrients and the flavor
- is available in 8 oz ( 250 ml ) , 16 oz.( 500 ml ) and 32 oz ( 1 lt.) size
- is certified kosher
- also available in 100% Natural juice
- All our organic products are internationally certified by BCS ÖKO GARANTIE as EU, JAS and NOP organic.
- Powerful source of antioxidant, especially polyphenols
- Fights againts heart disease
- Reduces LDL (bad) cholesterol
- Neutralizes free radicals
- Reduces the damage to blood vessels by the disease atherosclerosis, also know as hardening of the arteries. It may also reverse the progression of this disease
- Pomegranate juice has a beneficial effect on prostate cancer
- Prevent evolution of canser cells
- Helps to lower blood pressure in hypertensive humans
- Rich with vitamin C and Iron
- Helps to improve the body’s immune system
One of the oldest known fruits, the pomegranate (punica granatum) is a native of Persia. Throughout the ages, the pomegranate has been revered as a symbol of health, fertility and eternal life.
In ancient Greek mythology, Persephone ate the pomegranate and was reborn every Spring. Guests at Chinese weddings were served pomegranates to celebrate a fruitful union, and the bright red juice of the pomegranate was regarded as a "soul concentrate," capable of conferring on a person longevity, or even immortality.
In the ancient Hebrew tradition, pomegranates symbolized fertility and seduction and were celebrated by Solomon in the Song of Songs. The numbers of seeds were considered mystically equivalent to the number of virtues in even a simple person, and pomegranates adorned the vestments of the high priest. Pomegranates were plentiful in the Garden of Eden, and some scholars believe that the pomegranate, and not the apple, was the fruit that tempted Eve.
The pomegranate has also been valued as a medicinal plant. In ancient Persia, the pomegranate was used to treat internal disorders such as diabetes, hypertension and gastric inflammation, as well as external skin diseases. It was also used to treat infertility, and menopausal symptoms, due to its natural phytoestrogens. In ancient Greece, the philosopher-doctor Hippocrates recognized the fruit early on for its unique medicinal qualities, prescribing six pomegranate seeds a day to maintain optimal health.
Today we know that the secret of the pomegranate can be found in a single drop of its precious seed oil.