1 Anar 100 Bemar [The Hidden Secrets of Pomegranate Seeds & Skin as Anti-Biotic, Anti-Bacterial, Anti-inflammatory
One powerful natural antibiotic against the bad guys is here. Pomegranate, our very own anar! ek anar 100 bemar. both fruit peel and pomegranate fruit have potent antibiotic properties against waterborne pathogens. since childhood we have seen our elderly use the peel for dyssentry and diarrhea.
Imagine your body as a battlefield where good guys (your immune system) fight bad guys (bacteria causing infections). Now, enter the pomegranate, not just the juicy red fruit, but also its surprisingly tough peel. Turns out, both pack a punch against the bad guys, acting like tiny natural antibiotics!
The Fruit Power:
- Supercharge your immune system: Pomegranate fruit is bursting with vitamin C, a champion warrior that boosts your body's defenses. Think of it as giving your good guys extra armor and weapons.
- Target the invaders: The fruit also contains special chemicals called tannins and ellagic acid. These work like sneaky spies, disrupting the communication and growth of the bad guys (bacteria), making it harder for them to multiply and cause trouble.
The Peel Power:
- Super-concentrated defense: Don't underestimate the peel! It's like the fruit's secret stash of even more tannins and ellagic acid, making it a natural antibiotic powerhouse. Studies even show the peel extract can fight off stubborn bacteria that cause food poisoning and other nasty infections.
- Double whammy against bad breath: The peel's natural antibacterial power can even help freshen your breath by fighting the bacteria that cause bad odor. Think of it as a natural mouthwash without harsh chemicals!
Remember: While pomegranates are awesome allies in your body's battle against infections, they're not a magic cure-all. Always consult a doctor for serious infections and follow their recommended treatments.
Evidence in the battlefield:
Scientists have been studying the pomegranate's antibiotic powers for a while. Here are some examples from the research trenches (aka NIH and PubMed):
- A study published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry showed that pomegranate peel extract effectively stopped the growth of several foodborne bacteria like E. coli. (PubMed: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34115719/)
- Another study in the African Journal of Traditional and Complementary Alternative Medicines found that pomegranate fruit extract boosted the immune system in mice, helping them fight off infections. (NIH: https://pubmed-ncbi-nlm-nih.ez18.periodicos.capes.gov.br/32799694/)
So, next time you reach for a juicy pomegranate, remember that you're not just treating your taste buds, you're giving your body a natural boost against nasty invaders!