Jambolan global price quotes

The current, latest prices of Jambolan in the world in the global markets


Price range: 6300 - 8000 PKR / 100 kg | Market: Layyah Market | Date: 2022-02-21


Price range: 20000 - 21000 PKR / 100 kg | Market: Ahmadpur East Market | Date: 2021-10-25


The fruit of ambulance has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for diabetes mellitus. In the Indian state of Kerala, a decoction of the leaves is still in common use to treat colds and sore throats. Jambolan fruit is commonly made into a jam or eaten raw in some regions. This fruit is known by other names in India, including "kodumpulli" in Malayalam, or "kodumpuli thanni" (fruit for making jam) "kolaambu thanni" (small fruit for making jam), and "kodumpuli thanni thanni" (fruit to make jam). Jambolan is also used in traditional medicine as an anti-rheumatic. It has been used traditionally by the people of the Indian subcontinent to treat diabetes, dysentery, fever, and cough. The seeds of an Indian species of  ambulance were said to be roasted in grease by the Kapuas Hulu people of Indonesia, before being mixed with coffee or consumed directly as medicine. Jambolan is a tree. The seed, leaf, bark, and fruit are used to make medicine. Jambolan is widely used in folk medicine for diabetes. It has been suggested that jambolan may have effects on the liver and blood cells. However, there is no evidence from high-quality human research to support this use. Jambolan is sometimes used for sore throat and applied directly to the skin for skin ulcers. Jambolan seed powder has been studied in rats for its effects on blood sugar, insulin levels, cholesterol, hemoglobin, liver function tests (LFTs), kidney function tests (KFTs), fatty acids, adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH), and lipid profiles. One study found jambolan seed powder lowered blood sugar in rats fed a high-sucrose diet, but did not affect normal rats, while another study using an extract of jambolan found that it failed to lower blood sugar levels or weight gain in diabetic mice. Jambolan is used for increasing appetite. It can also be used to relieve respiratory and urinary tract infections and bacterial skin diseases, and the fruit pulp is considered a laxative. Other uses include the treatment of leprosy, ringworm, skin problems such as eczema and psoriasis, intestinal worms, bronchitis, asthma, tuberculosis, and as a laxative. It can also be used topically for ringworm, eczema, psoriasis, ulcers, wounds, dermatitis, diabetes mellitus, leprosy, infections of the female reproductive tract (vaginitis), fungal skin infections such as athlete's foot, jock itch, vaginal yeast infection, oral thrush, cold sores (herpes simplex), diaper rash, and shingles.

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