Drinking pomegranate tea is a wise way to boost your health and prevent certain cancers, among many other impressive benefits.
What Is the Etymology of Pomegranate?
"The name pomegranate derives from medievalpōmum "apple" and grānātum "seeded".Possibly stemming from the old French word for the fruit, pomme-grenade, the pomegranate was known in early English as "apple of Grenada"—a term which today survives only in heraldic blazons.
Garnet derives from Old French grenat grenatfrom Medieval Latin granatum as used in a different meaning "of a dark red color". This derivation may have originated from pomum granatum, describing the color of pomegranate pulp, or from granum, referring to "red dye, cochineal.
The modern French term for pomegranate, grenade, has given its name to the military grenade."
What Is Pomegranate Tea?
Pomegranate tea is a specialty tea that is brewed either with crushed pomegranate seeds, dried pomegranate flowers, or simply by adding some concentrated pomegranate juice to a regular cup of tea, such as white tea, green tea or herbal tea. Pomegranate tea has been prepared in some form for thousands of years since pomegranates are storehouses of nutrients and antioxidants. They also can add a sweet bite to many different food recipes and at home remedies. There are a long list of health benefits associated with pomegranate green tea.
Watch the video below to learn about the benefits of pomegranate tea.
Pomegranate Tea Benefits
There are benefits to drinking pomegranate tea because pomegranates are rich in antioxidants, substances that help the body fight and prevent our cells from aging. According to the ACAI Health and Nutrition Resource Center, antioxidants, such as those found in pomegranates, are shown to boost the immune system.
Protects Heart Health
Extensive research has shown that the active ingredients in pomegranates are able to reduce blood pressure and lower overall cholesterol levels.
The antioxidants found in pomegranate seeds are an impressive collection of free-radical-fighting compounds, that can help improve the appearance of your skin.
Combining your pomegranate mixture with regular teacan give your metabolism a major boost, which means pomegranate tea helps with weight loss. This can help to improve your passive fat-burning potential, which means more calories being burned every day, if you’re trying to shed those extra pounds.
How to Make Pomegranate Tea?
There are a few different ways to prepare pomegranate tea, including with the crushed seeds, the dried flowers or pomegranate juice itself.
Weaver’s Pomegranate Green Tea produces an elegant yellow liquor with a lively fruit aroma. Flavored with a hint of natural pomegranate, this essence delivers an extra zest to your green tea experience. Brew it hot and serve. If you are in the mood for iced tea, let it cool and pour it over ice. Enjoy!