Overview

Jackfruit is a tree. People eat the fruit and seeds of jackfruit tree as food or as medicine.

Jackfruit is taken by mouth as an aphrodisiac or for diabetes.

Jackfruit paste is applied to the skin for poisonous bites.

Also, the wood of the jackfruit tree is used to make furniture or musical instruments.

How does it work ?

Jackfruit might help people with diabetes by lessening post-meal increases in blood sugar.

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