Plum Juice Recipe: 7 Health Benefits Of Drinking It

A plum, also known as aloo bukhara in India, is a monsoon season. It tastes tangy, sweet, full of vitamin C, minerals, and antioxidants which aids to detoxify the body. Do you know that an aloo bukhara belongs to the list of hydrating fruits? It is good to eat it directly, or you can make juice to consume it. Plum a pulpy fruit that benefits you in numerous ways.

  • Eating a plum in a day helps you to maintain the body weight, combats diabetes and obesity.
  • It lowers the cholesterol level, improves blood circulation, and healthily clears the digestive tract. Do you know that they are full of fibre and iron?
  • Plums reduce the risk of chronic diseases, such as osteoporosis, cancer, and heart disease. It also increases the number of red cells in the body.
  • Nevertheless, it helps in improving vision too.

Nutrition value of plum

  • Pulm is low in fat and high in fibre. In addition, it's full of rich vitamins A, C, D, B6, B12, potassium, magnesium, and iron content. All these contents are good for healthy glowing, and vibrant skin.
  • Eating plums will keep cold and flu away; it combats and improves your immunity. It promotes the development of healthy tissues too.
  • Plum is rich in antioxidants which protect that body against cell damage. So, let's jump to the recipe for plum juice.  


  • Plums (aloo bukhara)
  • Sugar/ maple syrup
  • Black salt
  • Ice (optional)

Pieces of equipment:

  • Blender / Mixer
  • Strainer
  • Your favourite glass

Fresh plum juice is ready in just three steps

  1. Take 3-4 plums, peel the skin (if you want), roughly cut.
  2. Put it in the blender jar, add sugar or maple syrup.
  3. Strain the mixer through the strainer into glass.  Enjoy fresh plum juice with love.

Tip: You can also add lemon drops, mint leaves and mix other fruits such as grapes, cherries, and strawberries.