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  1. Jamun Juice

    jamun is a pretty fruit with rich color and sweet taste. The fruit is popular for its deep blue or purple color. Also known as black plum or Java plum, jamun has now spread to other tropical regions across the world. It is a fruit of the flowering tree called Syzygium cumini and it fruits during May and June. Jamun has several medicinal and health benefits. It is one of the best home remedies for stomach pain, diabetes and arthritis. The fruit also cures digestive issues like dysentery and flatulence
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  2. Neem Patra Juice

    Helps you lose weight: Drinking neem juice on a regular basis will help you achieve a clean stomach and will improve your metabolism. Neem aids in the breakdown of body fat, which helps keep your weight in check. You can also make a concoction using neem, lemon and honey to further boost your metabolism.
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  3. Giloy Juice

    Giloy is very beneficial in improving digestion and treating bowel related issues”, says Delhi-based Nutritionist Anshul Jaibharat. Tip: You can take half a gram of giloy powder with some amla regularly to maximize results, or with jaggery for treating constipation
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  4. Noni Juice

    Noni juice is a tropical drink derived from the fruit of the Morinda citrifolia tree.This tree and its fruit grow among lava flows in Southeast Asia, especially in Polynesia.Noni (pronounced NO-nee) is a lumpy, mango-sized fruit that is yellow in color. It’s very bitter and has a distinct odor that is sometimes compared to stinky cheese.Polynesian peoples have used noni in traditional folk medicine for over 2,000 years. It’s commonly used to treat health issues like constipation, infections, pain, and arthritis
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  5. Tulsi Juice

    Tulsi or Holy basil is a widely known herb in the family Lamiaceae. It is native to India and vastly cultivated throughout Southeast Asia.Tulsi has proved to be highly effective in protecting our body from various infections and diseases of heart, liver, skin, kidney etc. [1]So, Tulsi is rightly called the ‘Queen of Herbs’.
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