Pomegranate Juice a gift from the Creator



Pomegranate seeds shaping heart in hands


Juicy pomegranate and its half with leaves.

Pomegranate is a rich source of polyphenols and Ellagic acid.  Pomegranate juice cleans the blood. Pomegranate juice could very well be from the tree of life.  Pomegranate juice is preventing cancer cells from migrating and suppressing tumor growth.  It’s being used for breast cancer and prostate cancer.  It’s being used and studied at Hadassah University in Israel to prevent and end breast cancer.  Pomegranate juice reverses hardening of the arteries.  So drink up, and enjoy that red ruby red glass of authentic healthy juice, because you’re worth every drop, and who knows you might live a lot longer…

Pomegranates have shown great promise as anti-cancer agents in a number of cancers including clinical trials in prostate cancer. We have previously shown pomegranate juice (PGJ) induced apoptosis and preferentially alters the cell cycle in leukemia cell lines compared with nontumor control cells. However, the agents responsible have not yet been fully elucidated. Treatment of four leukemia cell lines with five fractions obtained from PGJ by solid phase extraction demonstrated that only the acetonitrile fractions decreased adenosine triphosphate (ATP) levels in all leukemia cell lines. Acetonitrile fractions also significantly activated caspase-3 and induced nuclear morphology characteristic of apoptosis. S phase arrest was induced by acetonitrile fractions which matched S phase arrest seen previously following whole PGJ treatments. The acetonitrile fractions contained higher phenol content than whole PGJ whereas only low levels of phenols were seen in any other fraction. Liquid chromatography mass spectrometry (LC-MS) analysis demonstrated that acetonitrile fractions were enriched in ellagitannins, ellagic acid, and hydroxycinnamic acid derivatives but depleted in anthocyanins. Individual treatments with identified compounds demonstrated that the ellagitannin: punicalagin was the most active and mimicked the responses seen following acetonitrile fraction treatment. Bioactive components within pomegranate were confined to the acetonitrile fraction of PGJ. The enrichment in ellagitannins and hydroxycinnamic acids suggest these may provide the majority of the bioactivities of PGJ. Individual treatments with compounds identified demonstrated that the ellagitannin: punicalagin was the most active agent, highlighting this compound as a key bioactive agent in PGJ.


It makes the perfect detox juice or add it to a fast.




Pomegranate seeds shaping heart in hands


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