Nutmeg is like berries for health, but eating this way can cause harm instead of benefit


Jamun Being a seasonal fruit, it is seen being sold at many intersections during the summer. Apart from Jambul, it is also known as Jambul, Black Plum, Java Plum, Jambolan. This fruit is very much liked due to its dark color and sour sweet taste. This fruit is rich in vitamins with many Ayurvedic properties. Jambolan Vitamin A and C It is a good source of turmeric which is very beneficial for the health of eyes and skin. Along with this, Jamun is also eaten for glowing skin and to eliminate acne from the root.

Ayurvedic doctor has shared the ayurvedic properties of Jamun as well as the benefits of eating it. Dr Diksha Bhavsar Savaliya Jamun has been described as an elixir for people suffering from IBS, diarrhea, menorrhagia (excessive bleeding), leucorrhoea (white watery discharge), nausea and vomiting. Its properties also make it beneficial for heart health.

Dr. Diksha Bhavsar told the Ayurvedic properties of Jamun

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Ayurvedic properties of berries

  1. Rasa (taste) – Kashaya (astringent), Madhura (sweet), Amla (sour)
  2. fold – Laghu (light to digest), Ruksha (dry)
  3. Vipka – bitter (pungent)
  4. Semen (power) – Sheetla (cold)
  5. Effect on Tridosha It increases Vata and balances Kapha and Pitta.

This part of Jamun is beneficial

Dr. Diksha, an expert in Ayurveda, tells that not only the fruit of Jamun but its seeds, bark and leaves are used for the treatment of various serious diseases. Jamun is the richest source of antioxidants besides flavonoids which are beneficial for the health of the whole body.

Beneficial in these diseases

  • diabetes
  • hyperglycemia
  • Cough
  • asthma
  • bronchitis
  • weakness
  • anemia
  • sexual weakness
  • leucorrhoea
  • Mental Disorders

do not eat berries on an empty stomach

In Ayurveda, it has been advised to pay attention to some things related to the consumption of Jamun. Dr. Diksha has also mentioned this in her post. According to Ayurveda, jamun fruit should be avoided on an empty stomach. Apart from this, milk should also be avoided for at least one hour after eating this fruit and till before. Failure to do so may result in health problems instead of benefits.

How much to eat: fresh juice – 10 – 20 ml

Disclaimer: This article is for general information only. It cannot in any way be a substitute for any medicine or treatment. Always contact your doctor for more details.