Though regular intake of this fruit is beneficial for health but one should be careful not to have this fruit to excess. It is seen that excessive consumption of this fruit within a small span of time can cause gastrointestinal disorders.
If one is unaware that she/he is allergic to pomegranate then it can cause a number of allergies like skin rashes, hives, swelling in the face, nausea, itching, runny nose etc. So, it should not be taken by one who is allergic to this fruit.
This should be avoided by the ones who have a lower blood pressure as it increases the chance of further lowering of the blood pressure levels.
Every 100 grams pomegranate arils contain 13.67 grams of natural sugar which is higher than the other fruits. Pomegranate contain a type of sugar called fructose which is also associated with high blood pressure, obesity and diabetes.
Though it is widely accepted that pomegranate juice is beneficial for pregnant and breastfeeding women, the information is not reliable enough. Opinions are vague regarding this issue.