Pomegranate seed oil is known for its anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, regenerating, rejuvenating and immune modulating effect. It contains 65%-85% pomegranate acid (punicic), which is unseen in any other vegetable oil; it also contains oleic acid, stearic palmitic acid, campesterol, beta-sitosterol, Stigmasterol, Vitamin A, Vitamin groups В, Е, К, РР, С, beta-carotene, choline, vanadium, cobalt, iron, zinc, manganese, copper, potassium, calcium, iodine, boron, aluminum, natrium, and phosphorus. Pomegranate oil can be used both topically and by mouth for the treatment of a number of diseases.
For Internal Use:
Prevention of oncological diseases: Pomegranate seed oil is a natural cancer-protective due to the high content of Omega-5polyunsaturated fatty acid, punicic acid, boron and ellagic acid. These components launch the processes of immune auto-reconstitution through the activation of T-lymphocytes, which target and kill cancerous cells. This effect was described at the International conference at Israel Institute of Technology in 2001. This explains why pomegranate oil is widely used as adjunctive therapy in the treatment of prostate, breast, and skin cancer. It is also often prescribed in courses for the prevention of oncological diseases and benign neoplasms.
Immune stimulation for HIV and autoimmune treatment. With regard to the exposed immune stimulating features and high content of rare biologically active components, pomegranate seed oil boosts the immune system and protects the body from viruses.
Anti-inflammatory treatment option. Due to the content of flavonoids and punicic acid, pomegranate seed oil is an excellent cure for inflammation, as well as being an excellent antiseptic.
Alleviation of menopausal symptoms and normalization of the menstrual cycles of a fertile age women: Pomegranate seed oil contains 17 Alfa-Estradiol phytoestrogen, which significantly reduces hot flashes and contributes to the normalization of the menstrual cycle of a reproductive age women.
Treatment of arthritis and osteoarthrosis. Due to anti-inflammatory features, pomegranate seed oil reduces inflammation of joints. Osteoporosis: Due to the content of phytohormones and minerals, pomegranate oil alleviates symptoms of osteoporosis in elderly people.
Rejuvenation of the body and anti-oxidant effects. Pomegranate oil contains Vitamins A, C, and E, which are natural anti-oxidants able to remove heavy metals and free radicals from the body. They protect the system from environmental hazards and provide a rejuvenating effect. Stigmasterol, campesterol and beta-sitosterol, which are all contained in pomegranate oil also act as anti-ageing agents.
Cardio-vascular diseases and hypertension. Flavonoids and polyunsaturated fatty acids, contained in pomegranate oil, contribute to the decrease of general cholesterol levels and fight the accumulation of bad cholesterol in the blood. Vitamins C and PP clean and strengthen the vessels, as well as resolve atherosclerotic patches. Potassium and Omega-5 polyunsaturated fatty acid stimulate the cardiac function. Antioxidants and biologically active polyphenols, in combination with cleansed and enhanced vessels, contribute to the normalization of arterial blood pressure.
Gastric and duodenal ulcer. Pomegranate oil provides healing, regenerating and anti-inflammatory effects. Therefore, it is recommended as an adjunctive therapy for the treatment of gastric and duodenal ulcers.
Thyroid disorders. Due to its iodine content, pomegranate oil can be used for invigorating the body in cases of thyroid dysfunction.
Weight loss. Omega-5 polyunsaturated fatty acid and punicic acid enhance tissue metabolism, which in its turn triggers a reduction of body mass.
Diabetes. Research shows that punicic acid offers a number of benefits for patients with insulin resistance by reducing blood glucose levels. That is why pomegranate seed oil is recommended for use as an adjunctive therapy for diabetic patients.
Cognitive improvements in Alzheimer’s disease. Thanks to its rejuvenating properties, pomegranate seed oil possesses therapeutic benefits to patients suffering from Alzheimer’s disease. It boosts memory due to the high content of polyunsaturated fatty acids, vitamins, and minerals. Dosing: 5-7 drops sublingually, 30 minutes before meals, once a day. Preventive course over a period of one month. For therapeutic purposes, pomegranate oil can be taken for life.
Contraindications For Internal Use:
Pregnancy and breastfeeding.
How to use:
Treatment of various forms of dermatitis, eczema, and psoriasis. Pomegranate oil alleviates sore, dry, irritated skin and helps to heal wounds. Therefore, it is recommended for use as an alternative therapy in the treatment of psoriasis, dermatitis and eczema, both topically and orally. In case of oral administration, it should be taken according to the schedule indicated above. Otherwise, it should be applied to the affected areas and left to work overnight.
Hair care. Pomegranate seed oil strengthens thin, brittle, dull hair and adds extra shine to it. Just a few drops of oil added to a hair mask, well mixed, and then applied to the hair can do the job.
A solution for dandruff and scalp care. Pomegranate oil has anti-fungicidal qualities and contributes to the treatment of dandruff and scalp care. Ultimately, it eliminates itching and inflammation. For this effect, a few drops of oil can be added to shampoo. As an alternative option, one can make a warm mask consisting of coconut or burdock oil and pomegranate oil in ¾ and ¼ proportions, respectively. The mask should stay on the scalp for 2 hours and then be thoroughly washed off with a pH neutral shampoo.
Acne cure. Due to its anti-inflammatory properties, pomegranate seed oil is an excellent solution for acne and rosacea. It eliminates inflammation, triggers the regeneration of tissues, speeds up healing of wounds and helps fade scars. One can add a few drops of pomegranate oil into facial tonic or cream (unless they are comedogenic). For better results, the oil can be taken my mouth.
Sunburn treatment. Pomegranate seed oil perfectly restores and soothes the skin after sunbathing, as well as combating photo-ageing. It also covers the epidermis with a protective layer and helps maintain a healthy moisture balance. The individual can add a few drops of oil into their usual skin cream or apply the pure oil on the sunburned areas of skin.
Skin rejuvenation. Pomegranate oil activates skin regeneration processes. It also contributes to the secretion of collagen and adds elasticity and tone to the epidermis. Antioxidant features add further value to pomegranate oil. It is recommended for mature skin as it is able to help smooth out wrinkles, lift sagging skin, improve facial contours and add lustre to the epidermis. For such effect, add a few drops of pomegranate oil into your day or night cream.
Cellulite control. Due to collagen stimulating and skin tightening effects that pomegranate oil provides, it is able to function as an anti-cellulite treatment. It is recommended to add some oil to your favourite massage cream or body lotion.
Improves the condition and health of nails. Due to its rich composition, pomegranate seed oil triggers the growth of nails, making them stronger and more appealing. It is recommended to apply the oil on cuticles and the nail plate after manicuring. Once dry, the oil should be rubbed into the nails with a looped towel.
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