“Pomegranates have been signs of fertility, rebirth and health since they were first cultivated around 2000 B.C.
Ancient Egyptian mythology and the Old Testament both mention these small red fruits. And some scholars believe that Eve actually ate a pomegranate in the Garden of Eden, not an apple. Originally from the Himalayan Mountains, the fruits have been used in traditional medicine for centuries.”
Full story: The Monitor, 16th January 2008Filed under News | Tags: bleeding, diarrhoea, dysentery, leprosy, News, pomegranate, stomach, tape worm, tapeworm, worms | Comment (0)