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Scientific name: Punica granatum
Common name: Pomegranate
Part of the family of the Punicaceae. "Granatus" means "full of grains" and refers to the many seeds contained in the fruit. The portions that contain the seeds form 2 distinct levels within the fruit. The leaves are arranged in an opposite pattern. The flower, reddish, has a fleshy calyx. The seeds have an aril, that is, the outer part around the seed, which is red and juicy.
In addition to the traditional juice, from the pomegranate we can obtain a sweet syrup, grenadine, mainly used in the preparation of cocktails. Its properties make it widely used in the cosmetics industry for the preparation of anti-aging creams and body lotions.
What makes it unique
fruit produced per year