DO generally refers to the action itself, and MAKE usually implies that there is a result. For example, if you "make breakfast," the result is an omelet! If you "make a suggestion," you have created a recommendation.
Use DO for actions, obligations, and repetitive tasks:
do the laundry
do the shopping
do well / do badly (in general)
do the right thing
Use MAKE for creating or producing something, and for actions you choose to do:
make your own peanut butter
make money (= earn money)
make friends (= meet people and start friendships)
make a suggestion/comment/complaint/confession/excuse/promise
Due to its tanning purgative qualities, it has an capability to heal diarrhea. The decoction created by cooking chikoo fruit together with water is wonderful for treating diarrhea. Chikoo has additionally capability to remove the wastes through the belly.