Jamun for Diabetic Patients

Jamun (Jambolana, Jambu fruit, Indian blackberry) is generally grown in India and it requires international acquaintance due to its medicinal value. The seeds, as well as bark, have several applications in Ayurveda. The seeds are also rich in protein and carbohydrates. It also contains traces of calcium.

1. Jamun seeds powder contains combalian glucocide. This element creates an obstacle in the conversion of starch in the sugar and reduces blood sugar level.
2. Jamun leaves may be helpful as poultices on skin disease.
3. The bark of the Jamun tree is beneficial for dyspepsia, dysentery, and diarrhoea.
4. Jamun leaves are antibacterial and used for strengthening the teeth gum.
5. Jamun juice is criminating, diuretic and gives a soothing effect on the human digestive system.

Nutrient_content(per 100 gm)

Energy 62 kcal
Protein 0.7 gm
Fat 0.3 gm
Calcium 15 mg