Top four health benefits of Jamun / black plum

Jamun also referred to as black plum or Indian blueberry belongs to the Myrtaceae family and it is widely grown in various parts of Southeast Asia like Nepal and Myanmar. This flowering plant can live up to 100 years.

Coming to the health benefits, Jamun is loaded with all the essential vitamins and minerals for a healthy living. This amazing fruit is rich in vitamin A, vitamin B, magnesium, proteins, and fibre.

Top four health benefits:

Helps in lightening dark spots- One of the essential skin benefit of this delicious fruit is it treats some serious skin concerns like pigmentation and dark spots. Apply a paste of jamun powder, rose water, lemon and gram flour. Leave it on until it dries and wash it off with water.

Aids in respiratory diseases- Jamun juice aids in treating respiratory problems like asthma. It is also very effective in addressing gum problems and stomach issues.

Cures bad breath and good for the gums- One of the lesser known benefits of jamun/ black plum is it is an excellent agent for treating spongy gums. Mixing this tasty fruit with a little bit of peppermint is good for curing bad breath.

Ensures proper blood circulation- Black plum/ Jamun aids in the production of hemoglobin, which plays an essential role in delivering oxygen and ensures proper blood circulation throughout your body.

-Akhila kakarala
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