Pomegranate

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Pomegranates are widely known to possess certain beneficial qualities for human health, and that includes use in the treatment of intestinal worms or parasitic infections. Various chemical compounds found in pomegranate leaves and fruit, such as pucinine, are anthelmintic in nature, meaning that they seek out and eradicate parasites like intestinal worms, often destroying the eggs of the parasites so the infection can’t spread. You can eat pomegranates in their natural state or drink pomegranate juice to enjoy the benefits of this exotic fruit.

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