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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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2012), conducted in vivo (in mice) experiments, suggested the efficacy of encapsulated nano Syzygium jambolanum to have localized in the brain tissue of mice which suggested that it could efficiently cross the blood brain barrier, especially the hypothalamic region, proposed to be the glucose sensor region, which plays a critical role in initiating the counter regulatory response to glucose homeostasis.
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