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Class 8 - Geography Resource and Development
Key Uses:Expulsion of tapeworms
Origin : Native to southwest Asia, and naturalized in Europe.
Background : An ancient treatment for intestinal worms, the pomegranate was cited in the Ebers papyrus, written in Egypt c. 1500 BCE. The fruits, juice, and seeds all have culinary uses.
Preparation : The dried bark of the root and branches is macerated in alcohol.PUNICA GRANATUM (Pomegranate)160
Remedy Profile : Granatum is best suited to people who are ill-humored, overly impressionable, and sensitive. Often dejected, discouraged, weary, and gloomy, they tend to be melancholic and prone to hypochondria.
The remedy is used primarily for the expulsion of tapeworms. The typical symptom picture may include nausea, excess salivation, dizziness, pale blue rings around the eyes, itching and tickling in the nose, and itching and tingling in the anus. There may be emaciation or a loss of appetite, or ravenous hunger with cravings for coffee and sour or juicy foods such as fruits.
Symptoms Better : After dinner; after drinking cold water.
Symptoms Worse : For looking upward; for walking; for the pressure of clothing; for alcohol.