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Jamun, also known as Jambul is truly a wonder fruit, for its benefits just cannon be counted all at once. It is associated with many health and medicinal benefits. The black plum is known to relieve stomach pain, carminative, anti-scorbutic and diuretic. Jamun vinegar is good to reduce enlargement of spleen, diarrhea, and who has urine retention problems. Jamum’s ployphenolic compounds are effective against cancer, heart diseases, diabetes, asthma and arthritis. Various digestive disorders, i.e. flatulence, bowel spasm, stomach disorders, dysentery are cured by jamun. It is also eaten as a tonic to increase sexual activity. In a nutshell, Jamun is a powerhouse of health. In case you are not a fruit person, regular consumption of capsules enriched with the goodness of jamun, is also a good idea.
Jamun has the adequate amount of iron and vitamin C. The presence of iron in the black plum is good to increase the hemoglobin count. Jamum iron content acts as blood purifying agent. Since, it is the medium of purifying your blood; therefore, it is good for skin and beauty. The iron content is beneficial in menstruation where the woman faces blood loss. People suffering from anemia and jaundice should consume jamun because of its high iron content.
The eating of jamun leaves is good in treating of digestive related disorders. Chewing and eating of jamun leaves are good in treating of diarrhea and ulcers. Jamun leaves have great significance in ayurvedic medicine. Jamum is good in prevention of liver diseases such as necrosis and fibrosis. Due to presence of bio-chemical and phytochemical substance like polyphenol, the black plum acts like as anti-cancer substance.
Jamun is known to enrich the blood and also protect from liver damage. Many herbalists recommend juice of this fruit with herbs because it has antioxidants and flavonoids that play a huge role in the purification of blood. Natural acids present in this fruit play a pivotal role in digestive enzyme secretion. Regular intake of jamun stimulates healthy liver function.
Jamun or Black plum contains good amount of vitamins like A and C as well as minerals which are very beneficial for the health of eye and skin. Jamun seeds are used as an effective agent to treat acne. First of all crush the jamun sees and mix cow milk to it. Apply the paste before going to bed and wash it in the morning. Regular application of these ingredients is helpful in curing and treating of acne. The problem of oily skin is controlled with the mix of jamun pulp, barley flour, amla juice and rose water. Use this mix as face mask and wash when it gets dry. To control dark spots from your face, the paste of jamun seed powder, lemon powder, gram flour, a few drops of almond oil and rose water, is prepared. Apply it on your face and wash it when it dries off. Jamun cures leucoderma after stimulating the melanin.
Traditionally, different parts of the jamun plant (leaves, bark and seeds) have been used for treating bacterial infections. The plant stores compounds like malic acid, gallic acid, oxalic acid and tannins which gives the plant as well as the fruits being antimalarial, antibacterial and gastroprotective properties.
The leaves of the Jamun tree have been traditionally used in Ayurvedic medicine to treat diarrhoea and ulcers. They also have anti-bacterial properties and are thus used in many medicines for treating oral health problems. The leaves are astringent, considered good for throat problems. The decoction of the bark is used to wash mouth and beneficial for mouth ulceration due to its astringent effect. It is good for mouth as well as for teeth due to its acidity. Gargling of its bark helps in prevention of gums bleeding. Jamun leaves powder, which is obtained after drying and burning it, used as tooth powder and helpful in checking gum infection and bleeding.
Consumed in any form, the incredible value of Jamun pulp with definitely impact your health and work wonders for it.
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