Do you know Jamun is beneficial for diabetes patients? Are you interested to know more health benefits of this fruit? If your answer is yes, check out the 3 top benefits of Jamun in this article.

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Mother nature provides us with a variety of fruits in different seasons. During monsoon, we are blessed with Jamun, which is rich in color with astringent, sweet, & sour taste. It is also known as black plum or Java plum. This wonderful fruit has numerous medicinal & health benefits. 

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As per Ayurveda, Jamun (Jambu) is astringent, sweet, & sour in taste, light & dry in quality, and cold in potency. It may increase Vata dosha and balance Pitta & Kapha dosha.

Here are the top 3 health benefits of Jamun:

1. Improves digestion:

Jamun is a rich source of Vitamin A and C, which helps to improve gut health and cure digestive issues. As a result, it reduces gas, bloating, and flatulence. 

According to Ayurveda, it is absorbent in nature, making it useful in diarrhea, IBS, or malabsorption syndrome. So, you can regularly consume it if you have such digestive problems. 

2. Beneficial in diabetes

Jamun seeds contain Jamboline and Jambosine, which slows down the release of glucose levels in the blood. As a result, it helps to regulate blood sugar levels, which is ultimately helpful in controlling diabetes

It also contains alkaloids that convert starch into energy and eventually ease the symptoms like frequent urination and thirst, mostly seen in diabetic patients. So, it is one of the best choices of fruit to consume every day for a person with diabetes (whenever available in the season).


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3. Relieves respiratory problems:

Jamun works well with bacterial infections and inflammatory conditions. Due to this, it is beneficial for respiratory problems like asthma, cough, cold, and breathing problems.

As per Ayurveda, aggravated Kapha dosha obstructs the respiratory pathway, making breathing difficult. Jamun is beneficial in balancing the Kapha dosha and reduces the excess mucus buildup in the nose, chest, and airways. As a result, it gives relief from the asthma symptoms like difficulty in breathing. 

Apart from these benefits, it also balances Pitta and helps to relieve the burning sensation in the body. It also improves taste and is useful in anorexia. 

Caution: If you have chronic constipation, you must consume Jamun in limited quantity on occasional days. 

Jamun is rich in antioxidants, folic acid, Vitamin B complex, fiber, sodium, and protein. Due to these properties, it is a perfect fruit to manage various health conditions like diabetes, heart problems, digestive issues, skin ailments, and others.