The pomegranate is a botanical name of Punica granatum. It is a fruit-bearing deciduous shrub. This fruit is typically contained in season from September to February in the Northern Hemisphere. But, in the Southern Hemisphere, it grows from March to May. Pomegranate fruits are used in cooking, baking, meal garnishes, juice blends, smoothies, and alcoholic beverages, such as wine and cocktails.

Nutrients in Pomegranate:

- 72 calories

- 33 micrograms folate

- 205 milligrams potassium

- 0.07-milligram vitamin B6

- 16.3 grams carbohydrates

- 11.9 grams sugar

- 14.3 micrograms vitamin K

- 8.9 milligrams vitamin C

- 1.5 grams protein

- 1 gram fat

- 3.5 grams fiber

- 31 milligrams phosphorus

Health benefits:
Pomegranate has an Impressive Anti-Inflammatory Effects. This fruit may help to fight against prostate Cancer and breast Cancer, Pomegranate. It controls the lower blood pressure.