The Pomegranate tree is native to Iran and the Himalayas in northern India. It has been cultivated since ancient times throughout the Mediterranean region of Asia, Africa and Europe. The fruit was used in many ways, as it is today, and it was carried by desert caravans for the sake of its thirst-quenching juice.
This antioxidant rich superfruit is loaded with important nutrients and bioactive compounds that are said to possess potent health benefiting qualities. High in fibre and powerfully anti-inflammatory, Pomegranates were used by the Ancient Greeks, Romans, Egyptians and the peoples of China, India and the Middle East for their life-giving and invigorating properties.