Jamun Health Benefits

Product Description

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The luscious, juicy, and refreshing jamun fruit that’s taking over summer markets offers a ton of health advantages. Botanically identified as Syzygium cumini, it is also called Java plum or Indian blackberry in English, the Jamun or Jambul in Hindi, Jambufalam or Mahaphala in the language of Sans Naavar Pazham in Tamil, and Neredu in Telugu.

The tall, heavy-twigged jamun tree is native of the Indian subcontinent, although it is also extensively distributed throughout several Asian nations. The tree produces oblong-shaped fruits that are green while young and turn purple or pink when they develop.

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Jamuns with white-toned flesh have a high pectin content, whilst those with dark purplish flesh have a reduced pectin content. When producing jams and jellies, pectin, a polysaccharide compound found in the flesh of berries and apples, is used as a thickening agent.

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Jamun is a nutritious powerhouse with many different components. It is brimming with a variety of vitamins, such as A, C, calcium, iron, fiber, potassium, magnesium, glucose, protein, and other vital elements.

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-> 2 to 4 capsules
-> Adequate water
-> 30 min after a meal
-> Twice a day

RKS HealthCare Established in the year 2012, the company is engaged in the manufacturing and marketing of Nutraceuticals, Cosmeceuticals and Herbal Products.
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