Seedless Jamun is a type of jamun fruit that has been selectively bred to have fewer or no seeds. Seedless Jamun is not a natural variety of the fruit, but rather a result of human intervention in its cultivation. Through careful selection and breeding, farmers have been able to produce Jamun with fewer or no seeds, making it easier to eat and more convenient for processing into products like jams and juices.
Jamun is also called as Java Plum, Black Plum, Jambul and Indian blackberry is a precious but humble fruit. It is a small fruit that is round or oval in shape and has a dark purple to black skin. The flesh inside is white or pinkish and has a sweet and tangy flavor. It can reach heights of up to 30 m and can live more than 100 years. Its dense foliage provides shade and is grown just for its ornamental value. At the base of the tree, the bark is rough and dark grey, becoming lighter grey and smoother higher up.
It is rich in iron, minerals, vitamin A and vitamin C and also acts as a coolant and induces digestive power.
The fruit is said to be good for diabetics and also for purification of blood.
- Jamun with fewer or no seeds.
- Jamun is a small fruit that is typically round or oval in shape. It can be anywhere from 1 to 2 inches in diameter.
- The skin of Jamun is thin and tough, and ranges in color from dark purple to almost black.
- The flesh of Jamun is white or pinkish in color and has a juicy, sweet, and tangy flavor. It contains small, hard seeds that are difficult to remove.
• Improves Haemoglobin
• Promotes a healthy skin and eye.
• Aids in preventing infection.
• Maintain a healthy heart.
•Regulates Blood Pressure.
• Strengthens your gums and teeth.
• Ensures a healthy blood cell count thanks to its high content of vitamin C and iron
• Relieves diabetes with medications.
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