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.