In Praise of the Pomegranate

In Praise of the Pomegranate : The Phoenician Apple Symbolizing Health, Fertility & Longevity

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What's the big deal about this immortalized fruit - revered by Pharaohs, kings, poets and common people alike? Hardly any other fruit depicted in the arts and, for the past ten years or so, has garnered more scientific interest like the pomegranate. "In Praise of the Pomegranate" can be described somewhat as where art and science intersect, in the author's attempt to show that art is but the application of scientific explanations. Read how this immortalized fruit, otherwise known as the Phoenician apple - claimed by some biblical scholars as the metaphoric fruit Eve gave to Adam - is efficacious in: - reversing or, at least, slowing down premature aging - super-charging cardiovascular functions - halting the progression of Alzheimers disease - improving male erectile function and female fertility -promoting healthy and enjoyable (pain-free) coition for women post-menopause - inhibiting breast cancer, prostate cancer, colon cancer, leukemia, and in preventing vascular changes (relating to blood and lymph vessels) that promote tumor growth, in ensuring longevity - enhancing one's personal magnetism and power of attractionshow more

Product details

  • Paperback | 144 pages
  • 139.7 x 215.9 x 8.64mm | 244.94g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • colour illustrations
  • 1507652305
  • 9781507652305

About MS Monica S Palmer

In my teenage years, I was seized perpetually with an inner restlessness to find my definite purpose in life. I had no doubt that it would engage large audiences. In my powerlessness as a community leader and nutrition coach to find fulfilment, I went into training as an ontological coach. Ironically, what before drove my desire to help others came to my "self-emancipation." I realized that my personal struggles and lack-lustre physical health were direct reflections of my mental attitude," in other words, I shaped my reality. I then set out to chart a retroactive back to my true personality -- of beauty and power. The change started with my attitude toward my body, on learning "you are what you eat"! My self-emancipation led to discovering that I can renew my body at will, in order to fulfil my purpose of existence. In the joyful experiencing, I found that my thoughts and intuitions finally veered away from focussing on curing diseases to the direction of "eating-for-excellence." Essentially, how to eat to re-animate my conquering instinct, to perform the highest of human achievements while advancing health and beauty - the effortless way! It is my wish that all who read my writings may likewise see their mind-body matrix in its glorious splendour!show more