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Punicic Acid
Definition

What does Punicic Acid do for the body

Punicic Acid is a fatty acid. It is also known as Trichosanic Acid. It is found in the seeds of Pomegranate and Snake Gourd. It nourishes the Skin and reduces inflammation. It makes the hair shiny and free from Split ends. Punicic Acid prevents Heart diseases and Obesity.

Benefits of Punicic Acid
Punicic Acid helps to strengthen the dull hair strands and adds a natural shine to it. It helps to cure Skin infections and Eczema. It has strong Anti inflammatory property which reduces the inflammation and treats Bowel diseases. It neutralizes the free radicals which can cause wrinkles and damage of the Skin.

Functions of Punicic Acid
It restores the Skin elasticity and evens out the Skin tone. It helps in burning fat which helps in countering Obesity. Punicic Acid prevents the Risk of Prostate and Breast Cancer. Punicic Acid eases the symptoms of Menopause. It treats Mood Swings, Hot Flashes and Night Sweats. It cures Psoriasis and Sunburned Skin and makes the skin smooth.

Effects of Punicic Acid deficiency in the Body
Dry skin
Brittle nails
Dandruff
Fatigue
Anxiety
Skin Allergies
 
Repertory

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