Jamun Sharbat is useful in cases of nausea, vomiting, indigestion, and hematemesis and used as a general health tonic in summers. It is a healthy drink and nutritious tonic. It is a good source of minerals like iron, zinc, and phosphorus. It also contains vitamins such as Vitamin A, thiamine, niacin, riboflavin and vitamin C.
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Jamun Sharbat Ingredients & Preparation
|Jamun Fruit Pulp Juice||1 Kg|
- Take water in a pan and add sugar in it. Make sugar syrup (CHASHNI).
- Now, add Jamun Fruit Pulp Juice in the sugar syrup and simmer it for a few minutes.
- Leave it for cooling. Jamun Sharbat is ready.
- Store the Sharbat in glass jars.
Jamun Sharbat has following medicinal properties.
- Digestive stimulant
Jamun Sharbat is used in following health conditions:
- Indigestion, Heartburn
- Bleeding disorders
- Sour taste of mouth
Benefits & Medicinal Uses
Jamun Sharbat pacifies Pitta Dosha, so it gives relief from burning sensation, the sour and pungent taste of the mouth, vertigo, excessive sweating etc. Here are a few of its important uses.
Nausea & Vomiting
Jamun has antiemetic action, which appears more if the patient has any Pitta symptoms associated with vomiting such as the sour taste of mouth and sour and acidic vomitus.
Jamun Sharbat can be used for the same purpose in children and pregnant women.
Jamun Sharbat checks bleeding, reduces inflammation and heals the ulcer. Therefore, it is beneficial when the patient has hematemesis (blood in vomiting) associated with peptic ulcer, injuries of the oral cavity, gastritis, gastroenteritis, etc.
Dosage & Administration
|The general dosage of Jamun Sharbat is as follows.|
|Children||10 ml or 2 teaspoons *|
|Adults||20 ml or 4 teaspoons *|
|* Jamun Sharbat can be taken twice daily if recommended for any health concern. Otherwise, it can be used as cold drinks on an occasional basis.|
|Best Time to Take: Anytime|
Jamun Sharbat is considerably safe when taken in recommended dosage as given above.
There are no side effects reported with Jamun Sharbat.
Jamun Sharbat contains high sugar content, so diabetes people should not use it.