Dose of Jamun in Medicine
Its fruit, leaves as well as seeds are main part which can be used in curing and controlling diseases. A vinegar prepared from the juice of the ripe fruit, is an agreeable stomachic and carminative. It is also used as a diuretic in scanty or suppressed urine. A sort of spirituous liquor called Jambava is described in recent Sanskrit works as prepared by distillation from the juice of the ripe fruits.
The bark is astringent, and is used alone or in combination with other medicines of its class, in the preparation of astringent decoctions, gargles and washes. The fresh juice of the bark is given with goats milk in the diarrhoea of children.
The expressed juice of the leaves is used alone or in combination with other astringents in dysentery with bloody discharge, as for example in the following prescription. Take the fresh juice of the leaves of jamun, mango and emblic myrobalan about a drachm each, and administer with goat's milk and honey.
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