Well-designed Pomegranate seed extract Factory in Belgium
[Latin Name] Punica granatum L [Plant Source] from China [Specifications]Ellagic acid≥40% [Appearance] Brown Fine Powder Plant Part Used:Seed [Particle size] 80 Mesh [Loss on drying] ≤5.0% [Heavy Metal] ≤10PPM [Storage] Store in cool & dry area, keep away from the direct light and heat. [Shelf life] 24 Months [Package] Packed in paper-drums and two plastic-bags inside. [Net weight] 25kgs/drum Introduction Pomegranate, (Punica granatum L in Latin), belongs to the family Punicaceae which i...
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[Latin Name] Punica granatum L
[Plant Source] from China
[Appearance] Brown Fine Powder
Plant Part Used:Seed
[Particle size] 80 Mesh
[Loss on drying] ≤5.0%
[Heavy Metal] ≤10PPM
[Storage] Store in cool & dry area, keep away from the direct light and heat.
[Shelf life] 24 Months
[Package] Packed in paper-drums and two plastic-bags inside.
[Net weight] 25kgs/drum
Pomegranate, (Punica granatum L in Latin), belongs to the family Punicaceae which includes only one genus and two species. The tree is native from Iran to the Himalayas in northern India and has been cultivated since ancient times throughout the Mediterranean region of Asia, Africa and Europe.
Pomegranate offers abundant benefits for the cardiovascular system by preventing damage to arterial walls, promoting healthy blood pressure levels, improving blood flow to the heart, and preventing or reversing atherosclerosis.
Pomegranate may benefit people with diabetes and those at risk for the disease. It helps lower after-meal blood sugar levels and protects the cardiovascular system from diabetes-induced damage.
Pomegranate shows promise in killing prostate cancer cells, whether the cells are hormone-sensitive or not. Pomegranate also helped halt the progression of prostate cancer in men who had undergone surgery or radiation for the disease.
Pomegranate may fight the degeneration of joint tissue that leads to painful osteoarthritis, and may protect the brain against oxidative stress-induced changes that can lead to Alzheimer’s. Pomegranate extracts—alone or in combination with the herb gotu kola—help kill the bacteria that contribute to dental plaque, while helping to heal gum disease. Pomegranate also appears to protect the health of the skin and liver.
1.Anti-cancer of rectum and colon, esophageal carcinoma,liver cancer,lung cancer,carcinoma of tongue and skin.
2.Restrain to human immunodeficiency virus(HIV) and many kinds of microbe and virus.
3.Anti-oxidant, coagulant, descenting blood pressure and sedation.
4.Resist to anti-oxidance, senescence inhibition and skin whitening
5.Treat kinds of symptoms caused by high blood sugar, hypertension.
6.Resist to atherosclerosis and tumour.
Pomegranate P.E. can be made into capsules, troche and granule as healthy food. Besides, it has good solubility in water plus the solution transparence and brilliance color, has been widely added into the beverage as the functional content.
A crunchy snack that packs the power of prostate protection
“When I was diagnosed with an enlarged prostate, a friend encouraged me to eat pumpkin seeds regularly. Three months later, I no longer wake up in the middle of the night to urinate.” –Adam Gregory, via e-mail
This old remedy seems to be making a comeback, reports Prevention’s clinical herbal advisor Douglas Schar, DipPhyt, MCPP. “In the early 1900s, pumpkin seed was used to treat enlarged prostate symptoms and other urinary tract complaints,” he says.
More than half of US men over age 50 have problems related to enlarged prostate. Termed benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), it constricts the urethra, causing discomfort and urinary problems. Today in many parts of Europe, young men start eating pumpkin seeds for prostate protection later in life.
Pumpkin seeds contain protective compounds called phytosterols, which may be responsible for shrinking the prostate, says Schar. They also contain chemicals that may prevent some transformation of testosterone into dihydrotestosterone (DHT). High levels of DHT are associated with enlarged prostate.
To help prevent BPH, Schar suggests eating a handful (about 1 ounce) of shelled pumpkin seeds three times a week. Pumpkin seeds are sold in health food stores and grocery stores.
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One-Pot Pumpkin, Cabbage & Rice Stew
We have kept the flavours quite simple in this stew and instead add extra herbs and diced apple as a fresh twist when serving it. I imagine mushrooms and tomatoes would be delicious in this too. You can also try a bolder choice of spices or other type of grains and legumes. You can even throw in a piece of parmesan rind as it simmers to add a nice umami flavour to the stew (just remember to remove it before serving).
1 large onion
4 garlic cloves
1 tbsp coconut oil, ghee or olive oil
1 butternut squash or pumpkin of any kind
3 sprigs rosemary, mash them a few times with the end of a knife
zest of 1 organic lemon, grated
1 small head of cabbage
1 cup uncooked whole grain rice, pre-soaked
1 cup uncooked black eyed peas, pre-soaked
water to cover, approx. 6 cups / 1 1/2 liter
1 tbsp vegetable bouillon powder (with no added MSG)
3 dried bay leaves
sea salt and pepper, to taste
plain yogurt of your choice
fresh parsley, chopped
fresh apples, chopped
grated parmesan, optional
In the morning: Place whole grain rice and black eyed peas in two separate bowls, cover with (filtered) water and let soak for 8-12 hours. Then drain and rinse and they are ready to be used in the recipe.
Peel and finely chop onion and garlic. Prepare the pumpkin; peel it, divide it in half and scoop out the seeds. Then chop it into cubes. Heat oil in a large pot, add onion, garlic and rosemary sprigs, let fry for a minute or so, stirring occasionally. Add the cubed pumpkin and lemon zest and stir to combine. Slice the cabbage, discard the stem. Now add cabbage, soaked and rinsed whole grain rice and black eyed peas, water, bouillon, bay leaves, salt and pepper and stir around to combine everything. Cover with a lid and bring to the boil, then lower the heat and let cook for 45-60 minutes. Check every now and then to see if more water is needed and gently stir around. It is ready to serve when the rice and peas are very tender. Serve in bowls with a dollop of yogurt, fresh parsley and chopped apples.