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jambul (jäm·bl),

n Latin name:
Syzygium cuminii; parts used: fruit, seeds, leaves; uses: diarrhea, diabetes mellitus; precautions: none known. Also called
black plum, jamba, jambolana, jambolo, jambool, jambula, jambulon plum, or
java plum.
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In traditional Ayurvedic medicine Jambolan was used to help with thirst, diarrhoea, and in healing of wounds.
As they made their way west on the Long Island Expressway, Lola Nieves rolled down the window and began to smoke her special cigarettes: rolled Jambolan leaves, which she once explained to Leena, relieved her occasional dizziness.
Jambolan, jamun, jambaba Epicarp and mesocarp of drupe edible