The pomegranate was regaled as a culinary symbol of Aphrodite by the ancient Greeks.
In the Orient, pomegranate is more than a symbol. It’s a medicine. It has been used for generations to treat depression, settle sore stomachs and neutralize internal parasites. Because it's rich in vitamin C, pomegranate juice makes a delicious break from orange juice when you're under the weather.
According to the International Journal of Impotence Research, in a double-blind study, men with mild to moderate erectile dysfunction served a daily dose of pomegranate juice showed marked improvement in their condition. Another study, conducted at Queen Margaret University, demonstrated that pomegranate juice has the power to raise testosterone levels in both men and women.
Don’t stop there!