Pomegranate Peel Tea Bag

$4.49

Botanical NamePunica granatum

Common Name:

  • English: Pomegranate
  • Ayurvedic: Daadima, Daadimba, Dadimacchada, Lohitapuspa, Dantabija, Raktapushpa, Dantabijaa, Raktakusumaa,
  • Unani: Anaar, Roomaan, Gulnaar, Gulnaar Farsi.
  • Siddha/Tamil: Maathulai
  • Also, known as:  Tubtim, Anar, Anara, Anardana, Anar-Ke-Per, Carthaginian Apple, Dadam, Dadama, Ddima, Dadimba, Dadima-Phalam, Dalima, Dalimb, Dalimba, Dalimbay, Dalimbuhannu, Dalimo, Danimma, Darakte-Naiar, Darimba, Darinko Bokra, Daru, Delima, Delum, Delun, Dhalima, Dila Dae Lok, Dlima, Ende Limau, Gangsalan, Glima Glineu Mekah, Granada, Granaat, Granade, Granado, Granatbaum, Granatum, Grenadier, Grenadillo, Granaatappel, Granatapfel, Gul Armini, Gulnar, Jaman, Jeliman, Kupchaphala, Lelo Kase, Lohitpushpaka, Madalai, Maadalai, Madalam, Madalangkai, Matalam, Mathalanarkom, Melograno, Mkoma Manga, Nar, Pomegranate, Posnar, Qsur Roman, Qsur Rommam, Quishr-Al-Romman, Quishr-Romman, Ranato, Romã, Roman, Romeira, Rommam, Roman Amruj, Romanzeira, Roumammam-Goulnar, Ruman, Rumman, Rumau, Sekiryuu-Karpi, Seog-Ryu, Seokryupi, Shajratur-Rummam, Sham-Al-Rumman, Shih Liu Pi, Shiliupi, Shukadana, Talima, Thab Thim, Thap Thim, Zakuro-Juhi, Shi liu, Zakuro, and Tap tim

Habitat: Eastern Mediterranean to northern India

Origin: Turkey

Harvested: Wild or cultivated 

Parts Used: Fruit peel 

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