Pulm or Boroi is a fruit that is native to South and Southeast Asia, and is also known as "ber" or "Indian plum". The fruit is small and round, typically about the size of a cherry or grape, and has a thin, edible skin. The flesh of the fruit is translucent and juicy, with a sweet and slightly tart flavor.
Pulm or boroi is often used in traditional medicine to treat a variety of ailments, including constipation, indigestion, and respiratory issues. It is also a good source of vitamins and minerals, such as vitamin C, iron, and calcium.
In addition to its health benefits, pulm or boroi is also used in a variety of culinary applications. It is often used to make chutneys and pickles, and can also be used in desserts and sweets. The fruit is highly perishable, however, and must be consumed quickly after it is harvested.