Depending on the type and variety, pomegranate could be sweet and sour. Lemon acid in pomegranate juice gives it a sour taste. Thus, there are 5-9% of lemon acids in the wild pomegranate juice and 2-4% in the cultivated pomegranate. There are 22-39% of vaccine in the peel of pomegranate fruit. In addition, pomegranate juice contains a lot of sugar and vitamin C. Pomegranate contains 8-19% of glucose and fructose, 1% of sucrose, 0.2% in sweet sorts, 2-3% of lemon acid in sour-sweet species, and 3-7% in sour pomegranates. Pomegranate contains useful substances for the human’s body. According to a number of scientific researches and physicians’ opinions, sweet pomegranate helps the lungs, stomach and liver diseases. Sweet pomegranate can be used for chewing and coughing, by adding sugar and starch. It is advisable to eat the pomegranate with its seed, because it cleans the inner walls of the intestines. Pomegranate is favorable for nerves. It also has the features to produce blood and to clean blood. Pomegranate peel have been used in the ancient times for painting and leather tanning. Pomegranate is also rich in fiber. Moreover, it is also used in the treatment of cardiovascular diseases.