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Tukhm-e-Jaman, Jambolan Seeds

 گھٹلی جامن , تخم جامن , بیج جامن , جامنوں
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Urdu Name :Tukhm-e-Jaman (تخم جامن) Guthli Jamun (گھٹلی بیج جامن)


Punjabi Name : jamno Beej (جامنوں , جامنو بیج)


Arabic Name : Alba mbozia (البامبوزيا) Aljambulan (الجمبولان) Jambulan (جمبولان)

Jambul (جمبول) Bambuzia ( بمبوزيا) iilzam (الزام) Jamuon (جمّون) Jmbu (جمبو)

Jambu (جامبو) Aljambul (الجامبول) Aljamun (الجامون)

Damsoun aswad hindi (دمسون أسود هندي)


Persian Name : Jmbu (جمبو) Mewah Jmbu (میوه جمبو) Jamun (جامون)

Mewah Jam (میوه جم)


Hindi Name : Jamun (جامون) Jaman (جامن) Jam (جم) Kala jaman (کالا جامن)


English Name : Jambul Seeds (جمبل سیڈ) Black Plum Seeds (بلیک پلم سیڈ)

Rose Apple (روز ایپل سیڈ) Java Plum Seeds (جاوا پلم سیڈ)


Latin name : Eugenia jambolana Lank (ایگینیا جمبوولانا لنک)

Myrtaceae (میرتکاۓ)


Botanical Name (s): Syzygium Cumini (سیزیگیم کمینی)


Gujarati Name : Jambu (جمبو) Jamli (جاملی)


Kannada Name : Merale (میرالی) Jamneralae (جمنرالا ئی) Jambu (جمبو)

Neralamara (نیرلمارا)


Kashmiri Name : Jamun (جامون)


Marathi Name : Jambhul (جمبھل) Jamun (جامون)


Sanskrit Name : Jambula (جمبولا)


Bengali Name : Jam (جم) Kalojam (کالوجم)


French Name : Jambolanier (جمبولنیر) Prune de Java (پرونی ڈی جاوا)


German Name : Jambulbaum (جمبولبئم) Jambolanapflaume (جمبولناپفلومی)


ریسرچ ، تحریر و ترتیب حکیم محمد عرفان
اس آرٹیکل کو کاپی کرنے والے کے خلاف فوری قانونی کاروائی کی جائے
گی کیونکہ ایک آرٹیکل کو مکمل کرنے میں کئی دن سخت محنت ہوتی ہے

Product Description

Benefits of Jamun – Black Plum Fruit

 

 

The jamun tree is native to India and its bordering countries like Nepal, Pakistan, Bangladesh Sri Lanka and even Indonesia. In 1911, this tree was introduced in Florida by the USDA.

The tree grows equally well in both the tropical and the sub tropical regions. Though organised cultivation is not done much, a lot of trees are grown individually by people having land in their backyards. In the wild however, it grows all over India.

It is a large and hardy evergreen tree and lives for over a hundred years. It starts flowering in the month of March and continues till May. Thereafter, with the onset of monsoon in June it starts bearing fruit. The flowers are white and have a sweet fragrance.

The fruits do not ripen at the same time and are picked daily. Jambul fruits resemble grapes and are oblong or ovoid in shape. Only ripe fruits are picked as they do not ripen once they are picked. They have a single seed and a soft dark purple colored almost black skin and a lighter purple flesh. When eaten, the fruits coat the mouth and the tongue a deep purple color that stays for a few hours.. The fruit is sweet and tart and leaves a slight astringent action in the mouth.

The Jamun tree is revered by the Buddhists.

Jamun Tree in Indian Pakistani Culture

  • In Indian mythology, Lord Rama is believed to have subsisted on the fruits of the jamun tree during his 14 year exile in the forests. Jamun is therefore also considered the “fruit of the Gods”.
  • Lord Krishna’s skin color was shyam (purple) and is compared to the fruit’s color in the Indian Sanskrit epic “Mahabharata”.
  • The leaves are used to decorate marriage pandals. (A pandal is a temporary fabricated structure to hold occasions like weddings, prayers, meetings etc).
  • Down South in India, in the Telegu culture, eyes that are beautiful, are compared to this fruit.

Uses of the Jamun Tree

All the parts of the jamun or jambul tree find a wide variety of uses.

The wood is exceptionally strong and water resistant. Hence, it is used to make bullock cart wheels and agricultural implements. It is also used in house building.

It is used to make railway sleepers (wooden planks on which the steel rails are laid). Water pumps which are located in wells are also supported by planks made from this wood.

Furniture is also made from the wood, though not much, as the wood is tough to work upon.

The wood is used as firewood and yields charcoal too.

The leaves are used in a variety of tooth powder brands. They are also used as fodder for cattle, sheep and goats.They also act as food for tassar silkworms. The essential oils are used in soap making and perfumes.

The bark, leaves and fruits are used medicinally. The bark is used in tanning and dyeing industries. The flowers attract bees and are a source of honey.

The flowers are rich in nectar and yield high quality honey when apiculture is done close by.

Jams, jellies, squashes, preserves, vinegar, juices, beverages, pickles and wine are made from the jamun fruits.

Nutrients in Jamun or Jambul

  • The ripe Jambul fruit contains Glucose & Fructose are the major forms of sugar. It also contains Vitamins C & A, riboflavin, nicotinic acid, choline, folic acid, malaic acid, sodium ,potassium, calcium, phosphorus, manganese, zinc and iron. Anthocyanins are present in appreciable quantities and are the reason for the antioxidant activity of the fruit.
  • The stem & bark contains tannin, gallic acid, resin, phytosterols.
  • The seed contains the glycoside, jamboline, gallic acid and essential oils.
  • The leaves contain essential oils.
  • The flower contains terpenoids.

Nutritional Levels in Jamun/Black Plum/Java Plum

Energy
251 kJ (60 kcal)
Carbohydrates
15.56 g
Fat
0.23 g
Protein
0.72 g
Water
83.13 g
Vitamin A
3 IU
Thiamine (vit. B1)
0.006 mg (1%)
Riboflavin (vit. B2)
0.012 mg (1%)
Niacin (vit. B3)
0.260 mg (2%)
Pantothenic acid (B5)
0.160 mg (3%)
Vitamin B6
0.038 mg (3%)
Vitamin C
14.3 mg (17%)
Calcium
19 mg (2%)
Iron
0.19 mg (1%)
Magnesium
15 mg (4%)
Phosphorus
17 mg (2%)
Potassium
79 mg (2%)
Sodium
14 mg (1%)
Nutritional value per 100 g (3.5 oz), Source: USDA Nutrient Database

Some Health Benefits of Jamun Fruit in General

  • It is digestive and activates the liver and spleen.
  • It is a good remedy for urinary diseases & diabetes.
  • Regulates heartbeat.
  • Purifies blood, cures anemia and stops skin eruptions.
  • Stops diarrhea & dysentery.
  • Relieves throat affections and other respiratory diseases.
  • Removes worms.
  • Vinegar made from the fruit gives relief in colitis, indigestion, stomach diseases. It relieves gas and improves digestive power.
  • It breaks renal stones.

Some Specific Uses of Jamun (Jambul) for Healing

Diabetes

  • Eat jamun daily.
  • Boil 250 gms of the fruit in 500 ml water till they are soft. When cool crush the fruit in the water. Strain and drink 3 times daily.
  • Mix 1/2 tsp powdered seeds with 1 tsp honey once daily in the evening.

Bed Wetting in Children

  • Give 1 tsp ground seeds to the child with water.

Nightfall

  • Take 4 gms seed powder twice a day with water, in the morning and in the evening.

Bloody Dysentery

  • Take 20 gms powdered seeds. Mix in 1/2 cup water and drink twice a day.
  • Add 10 gms bark in 500 ml water. Boil till it reduces to 1/4 th. Strain and cool. Take 20-25 ml of this 3 times a day.

Diarrhea

  • Take 2 leaves (they should neither be tender nor too thick). Grind them, add a little rock salt and make a pill. Take a pill each in the morning and evening.
    It relieves immediately.

Hoarseness

  • Grind some seeds. Add just enough honey to make pills. Suck 2 pills 3 -4 times a day.
    It relieves all problems associated with the voice. This remedy is very good for speakers and singers.

Dental & Gum Infections

  • Mix ash of jamun leaves and ash of almond shells. Add a little peppermint to make an excellent tooth powder which not only cleans teeth but stops bleeding and relieves gum infections.
  • Rub ash of leaves on the teeth and gums. It stops bleeding and makes the teeth strong.
    If you suffer from pyorrhea wash the mouth with a mouthful of jamun juice.

Ringworm

  • Diluted juice when applied on the ringworm affected area cures it.

Excessive Urination

  • The powdered seeds give relief from this problem.

Conjuctivitis

  • Boil 15-20 tender leaves in 400 ml water till it gets reduced to 100 ml. Cool and wash the eyes with this decoction.

Throat Problems

  • Drink 10-15 ml juice for relief.

Bleeding Piles

  • Grind some tender leaves to make 20 ml juice.Add some sugar to it. Take 3 such doses everyday for relief.
  • Grind 10 gms leaves. Add to 250 ml cow’s milk. Stir well and take 3 doses of this everyday for 1 week. It stops bleeding.

Bloody Diarrhea

  • Mix 2-3 gms of powdered bark with 2 tsp honey. Add to milk and drink.

Gas & Bloated Stomach

  • Take 10 ml of jamun vinegar for relief in water.

Vomiting

  • Add a few pieces of mango & jamun to 500 ml water. Boil till the water reduces to 1/4 th. Cool and drink about 10 ml to stop vomiting.

Enlarged Liver, Spleen, & Other Liver Problems

  • Drink 2 tsp jamun vinegar daily.

Renal Stone

  • Eat the fruit.
  • To 10 ml juice add some rock salt. Take 2 times daily.
  • Mix 10-15 grams tender leaves add 2-3 black peppercorns. Crush them well. Take 2 times a day.
  • Take 1/2 tsp powdered seeds with yogurt daily.
    All these will help in breaking the stone and removing it.

Wounds

  • Put 2-3 gms powdered bark on the wound for faster healing.

White Burn Marks

  • Make a paste of some leaves and apply on the spot.

Insect Bites

  • Grind 2 leaves. Mix in water and drink for relief.

Medicinal Value Of Jamun Fruit

Some Precautions

  • Eat jamun after meals.
  • In case of those having swelling on the body, women who have just delivered, and those who suffer constant vomiting DO NOT consume it.
  • Always sprinkle rock salt before consuming jamun.
  • If you feel uneasy after eating jamun, drink buttermilk to which some salt has been added or eat dried ginger, amla.
  • Overripe friut can cause hyperacidity and gas tetention in the stomach. If this happens take 1/2 tsp roasted cumin powder with a pinch of black salt.
  • DO NOT drink milk after eating jamun.

Smoothie Recipe

Ingredients

  • 1/2 cup yoghurt/ fresh curd
  • 1 cup jamuns de seeded
  • 1 tbsp sugar
  • 2-3 drops vanilla essence
  • Chopped jamun fruit for dressing

Method

  1. Blend all ingredients till they’re smooth and frothy.
  2. Top with chopped jamun and serve

Serves: 2 persons
Calorie count: 130 K cal

Drink Recipe

Ingredients

  • 1 cup jamuns deseeded
  • 1/2 cup apple
  • 1 tbsp sugar
  • 1 tsp lemon juice
  • 1/4 tsp black salt

Method

  1. Put the jamuns and apple pieces in a mixer and blend until smooth.
  2. Sieve and add lemon juice, sugar and black salt.
  3. Blend once more and serve chilled.

Serves: 2 persons
Calorie count: 90 K cal

Jamun Juice

Ingredients

  • Equal parts jamun and water (6 cups Jamun, 6 cups water)
  • 1 teaspoon whole all spice berries
  • 1 (3-inch) piece cinnamon stick
  • 3 whole cloves

Method

  1. Wash jamuns, drain and add to a large bowl.
  2. With clean hands or gloved with latex gloves, squish the jamun.
  3. Add water and spices to a pot and bring to a boil. Let boil for 2 minutes.
  4. Pour boiled water and spices into the bowl with mashed jamun, stir, and cover and let steep overnight.
  5. Strain juice after overnight steeping then using clean hands, squeeze excess juice from pulp.
  6. Pour juice into bottle and refrigerate.
  7. Optional: Sweeten to taste.

Jamun Powder

Jamun powder is made from dried jamun seeds. The seeds can be dried in the sun. Once dried they become very hard, hence it is better to break them into smaller pieces before grinding it in the home grinder. Ground seeds can be kept in a bottle and consuming 1 tsp of this jamun powder every morning on an empty stomach helps manage diabetes better.

Disclaimer: The information provided in this hub is not a substitute for professional medical advice. Please consult your physician, or health care provider before taking any home remedies or supplements or embarking on a new health regime.

 

Jamun Seed Powder Which Controls

Diabetes Mellitus Type 2

 

We have a huge Jamun tree (Botanical name : Syzygium cumini) at our home garden, which bears deep purple colored fruits during the months of June and July. The fruits are also known as Jambul or Indian Blackberry having sweet and sour taste. All parts of this tree, leaves, bark, fruit and seeds have medicinal properties and are being used in Ayurvedic medicine for treatment of various ailments. The dried seed powder is known to control Type 2 Diabetes

This instructable will guide you in simple steps on how to make Jamun seed powder easily at home.

  • Using a mixture-grinder, powder the dried seeds.
  • Sieve the crushed seeds.
  • Repeat crushing and sieving few more times till most of the dried seed powder passes through the sieve.
  • Do not throw away the remains. You can mix them with the sieved powder.
  • Store the powder in air-tight container.

Our Jamun seed powder is ready

 How to Use the Jamun Seed Powder

Take about half a tea-spoon, that is about 3 grams, of the seed powder early morning with water in empty stomach. If you are suffering from Type 2 Diabetes, this seed powder will bring you great relief.

 

Jamun , گھٹلی جامن , تخم جامن , بیج جامن , جامنوں

 

ماہیت ۔
مشورعام درخت ہے گرمیوں میں اس کو پھل لگتا ہے ۔ اس کا پھل جامن کے نام سے مشہورہے جس کو بطور پھل کھایابھی جاتاہے ۔ اور ان کی گٹھلیوں کا مغزدواًاستعمال ہوتاہے ۔
مقام پیدائش ۔ شمالی پاکستان سے جنوبی ہندوستان تک ہرجگہ جامن کا درخت پایاجاتاہے۔
مزاج ۔ سردخشک بدرجہ دوم ۔
افعال ۔ مقوی معدہ و جگر حار ،محرک اشتہا،قابض ،مسکن حرارت ۔
استعمال ۔ جامن کا جوس اور سرکہ بناکر گرم معدے وجگرکوتقویت دینے اور بھوک لگانے کیلئے استعمال کیا جاتا ہے۔ سوزش کو تسکین دیتے ہیں ۔اسہال صفراوی دموی کو بندکرتے ہیں ۔ صرف جامن کھانے سے بھی یہی فوائد حاصل ہوتے ہیں ۔ اس کا سرکہ ورم طحال کو تحلیل کرتاہے ۔
مغز خستہ جامن کو قابض ہونے کی وجہ سے مرض اسہال ذیابیطس میں استعمال کراتے ہیں۔
مغز خستہ جامن کی لکڑی کا کوئلہ بناکر بطور منجن استعمال کرنے سے دانتوں کے ہلنے سے اور ان سے خون کے جاری ہونے کو روکتا ہے۔
طب جدید میں بھی جامن کا فلورئڈایکسٹرکٹ مرض ذیابیطس میں استعمال کیاجاتاہے ۔ اس کے استعمال سے پیشاب میں شکرآنابند ہوجاتی ہے۔
بنگال میں ذیابیطس کے مریضوں کو جامن کا رس اور آم کا رس مساوی ملاکر دینے کا عام رواج ہے کیونکہ اس سے آم کی مضرت رفع ہوجاتی ہے ۔ علاوہ ازیں یہ مشروب پیاس بجھاتاہے اور عمدہ غذاکام دیتاہے ۔
فوائد خاص ۔ حابس اسہال مقوی معدہ ۔
مضر۔ نفاخ اور دیر ہضم ۔
مصلح ۔ فلفل سیاہ اورنمک ۔
بدل ۔ چھوٹی بڑی کی بدل ۔
مقدارخوراک ۔ جوس جامن بیس سےتیس گرام اور مغز خستہ جامن تین گرام

 

جامن ایک صحت بخش پھل

 

جامن ایک صحت بخش پھل
جامن ایک صحت بخش پھل ہے جو گرمیوں میں بکثرت ملتا ہے ۔اس کا ذائقہ کسی قدر میٹھا ہوتا ہے جبکہ یہ اودا یا سیاہ رنگوں میں پایاجاتا ہے۔ جامن غذائیت اور افادیت کے لحاظ سے ایک مکمل غذا ہے۔ گرمیوں میں اس کے گھنے درخت کی چھاوں بڑی فرحت آور محسوس ہوتی ہے۔عموماً برسات میں جامن بھی بازار میں فروخت ہونے لگتا ہے۔ اس سےنظام انہظام درست ھوتا ھے۔ نا صرف جامن بلکہ اس کے پتے بھی بہت فائدہ مند ہوتے ہیں۔ یہ بہت سی ادویات میں بھی استعمال ہوتے ہیں ۔

شوگر کے مریضوں کے لیے جامن بہت مفید ھے۔ جامن کا پھل‘ بیج اور اس کے درخت کی چھال سے دوائیں تیار کی جاتی ہیں۔ جامن کی گھٹلیاں شوگر کے مریضوں کیلئے بہترین دوا ہے۔ جامن گردے کی پتھری کو ختم کرتا ہے۔ امراض قلب کے لئے بہترین ہے۔

جامن‘ خون اور گرمی کے نقائص کو دور کرتا ہے۔ بھوک بڑھاتا ہے۔ تلی‘ جگر اور معدہ کو طاقت فراہم کرتاہے۔ گرم مزاج کے حامل افراد کے بالوں کو گرنے سے بچاتا ہے ۔ اسے ثابت کھایاجاتا ہے پھر اس کا شربت بھی نوش کیا جاتا ہے۔

جامن کا سرکہ صحت کیلئے مفید مانا گیا ہے۔ جامن کی گھٹلی کے سفوف کا استعمال پیچیش کی شکایت کو دور کرتا ہے۔ جامن کے درخت کی چھال کا سفوف ‘ حیض کی زیادتی میں مفید بتایا گیا ہے۔ یہ عام پھل ‘دمہ ‘برانکاٹکس ‘ڈائیریا‘ اسکن السر منہ اور حلق کی خرابیوں کو دور کرنے استعمال کیا جاتا ہے جس کے حیرت انگیز نتائج برآمد ہوں گے۔ اس کے علاوہ یہ قبض کو بھی دور کرتا ہے ۔

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