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Pomegranates contain a variety of medicinally active compounds, which may help to treat or prevent several health conditions. For example, the fruit contains polyphenol, which has antioxidant effects and may help to lower cholesterol and slow down the progression of atherosclerosis. Although it does not seem likely that pomegranates would cause problems, some people may experience allergic reactions or swelling of the mouth or throat. Make sure to tell your healthcare provider about any other medical conditions you have and any other medications you are taking before using pomegranates medicinally.
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