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Botanical Name Punica granatum L.
Family Lythraceae (Pomegranate family)
Description Dadim or Pomegranate is a deciduous shrub or small tree that can grow up to 5-8 meters tall. It has dark green leaves and bright red, showy flowers that bloom in the summer. The fruit is a round or oblong berry with a tough, leathery skin that ranges in color from yellow-orange to deep red. The inside of the fruit is divided by thin membranes into several chambers, each containing numerous small, juicy arils.
Parts Used The fruit, seeds, bark, and leaves are all used in traditional medicine.
Dose The recommended dosage of pomegranate extract varies depending on the specific product and condition being treated. Consult a healthcare provider for appropriate dosing recommendations.