When you eat pomegranate do not throw away the bark, but keep it. You may need your useful properties later.
Particularly effective action has been established in the treatment of diarrhea and intestinal parasites.
Pomegranate bark contains more than 20% tannin, which allows it to be an effective cure for diarrhea. It also contains up to 17% ash and alkaloids: peletienine, isopeletinine, metallepeletiene, and pseudopeletinine.
How to make tea from pomegranate bark?
Drain dry pomegranate bark in small pieces and store it in a dry place.
To make tea, take 3 large spoons of salted pomegranate bark and pour 1 liter of boiling water, leave to stand for 15 minutes and then strain. Drink 2-3 cups of tea a day, properly arranged throughout the day.
Dosage of tea is very important and you must not overdo it, because it can act toxic at higher doses. Tea from pomegranate can also be used for rinsing the mouth against aphids, skin dermatitis skin, etc. Use of pomegranate bark is helpful and specific.
This is a very useful plant and fruit that allows the use not only of the fruit, but also of its bark, bark and branches of the stem, and even the root. It is thought that the bark of the stem of the pomegranate is one of the best drugs against intestinal parasites, and especially against those known under the name tapeworm.
Considering that although it is helpful and too high concentrations in the body can have an adverse effect, we recommend that you consult a well-qualified expert or physician.