Jamun Juice to Control Diabetes

-Black plum, often referred to as Jamun, is a very nutritious plant, native to India, Queensland and China. The benefits of including the fruit in your diet vary from controlling ulcers, relieving stomach issues – such as preventing indigestion and cleaning the digestive tract. To curbing more serious issues such as helping the body to fight dysentery and reducing spleen enlargement.

-Most relevant to our cause is the medicinal benefits jamun and its derivative jamun juice offers to people suffering from diabetes.

Jamun for Diabetes
-There have been various studies conducted thus far in support of the specific effects of janum on people suffering from diabetes. For instance, one study, despite the study being conducted with reference to bitter melon, it was found that a powdered mixture of jamun seeds, seeks and jamun seeds led to better glycemic control with people administered with the same.

-Another study carried out at the Nimra College of Pharmacy in collaboration with the Central Drug Research Institute found that the main action of jamun juice is on the pancreas, the main organ responsible for diabetes. Janum and its derivatives (seeds, leaves and juice) contain a type of sugar known as jamboline which, once ingested, helps check the conversion of starch into sugar. This leads to a decrease in blood sugar levels, in the case of people with excessive sugar.

-The same study found that oral administration of jamun extracts, referred to as the Indian Black Berry, helped reduce the blood sugar levels in the test patients. The tested remedies were dried alcohol extracts, barks and powdered seeds. However, these are the same components used to concocte jamun juice.

-Janum is especially advised to be taken regularly during the summer thanks to its low glycemic index. This way, it can help relieve lots of symptoms associated with diabetes such as thrusting and frequent urination. It has a very noticeable cooling effects in the presence of such hot, sunny weather.

How to Make Jamun Juice
-Jamun can be consumed in any one of the following three ways, each as efficient as the next:

Method 1:
-After you’ve rinsed the fruits, blend them and consume them as you wish. You may add some water and ice cubes to make it finer.

Method 2:
-Rinse the fruits, place them in a container, add water and heat it up to the point of boiling.

-Turn the heat off and let the mixture cool.

-Remove the seeds and blend the pulp together with some warm water.

-Once fine enough to your satisfaction, sieve the mixture and serve.

Method 3:
-Take some jamun seeds, dry them and grind them into a powder.

-Strain the powder and consume a small quantity of the same mixed with some water.

Conclusion
-Together with some antiviral properties, jamun is one of nature’s most powerful antioxidants, which gives it great antidiabetic properties. However, it should be taken in moderation, and only once taken by a doctor. It may have serious side-effects otherwise.

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