Neem

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Latin Names :Azadirachta indica A. Juss.
English Name / Common Name :Neem
Sanskrit / Indian Name :Nimba

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The anti-bacterial, anti-fungal & blood purifying properties of Neem are useful in skin disorders and keeps the skin healthy.

Indication

It is used in skin disorders

Dosage*

1 capsule twice a day after meals.

* Recommended only at the age of 14 years and above.
{Since the product is in capsule form, some children below 14 years may have difficulty to swallow.}


Neem and its role in Herbal Skin Treatments

WHAT IS NEEM?

Neem (Azadirachta indica) belongs to the mahogany family tree. In India, it in fact is called the "Heal All" or "Divine Tree". Neem is really very useful from roots to leaves. It is also said to cure more than 40 different diseases. The neem fruit that produce neem oil which is the main player and commonly used. It's very useful in diverse ways such as skin care and acne treatment.

Neem Leaf, Neem seed kernel is actually rich in oil. Neem oil contains Azadiractin and other components that in fact kills insects and fungis. By mixing pure neem oil in to your plant water spray, it will give your plants extra protection against the harmful insects and pesticides.

The neem tree, one of the most promising of the all plants, may finally benefit every person on the planet. Probably no other plant yields as many get varied products or has as many exploitable by-products. Indeed, as foreseen by real some scientists, this tree may usher in a new era in the pest control; provide millions with other inexpensive medicines; cut the rate of population growth; and perhaps even get reduce erosion, deforestation, and the excessive temperature of an overheated globe.
On the other hand that although the enthusiasm may be justified, it is basically founded on exploratory investigations and empirical and anecdotal evidence.

Neem's effects on the immune system

I just mentioned that how millions of people in India and Southeast Asia maintain this excellent oral hygiene standards by brushing with Neem Twigs on a daily basis, there is however, another reason that why these people brush with Neem twigs every morning. According to the ancient healing system of Ayurveda the bark of the Neem tree will greatly strengthen an individuals resistance to disease. Modern clinical studies have also identified a number of compounds in the Neem tree that successfully regulate immune system functions.

The word NEEM is fact derived from Sanskrit Nimba which means 'bestower of good health'. It has also been known just as Ravisambha - sun ray like effects in providing health. The Neem tree has been venerated that through the ages in the Indian countryside as it provided hope in any situation and the faith in to the miraculous healing powers of this amazing tree led patients with the incurable diseases to adopt neem as way life. They lived in the other shade of the tree, drank infusion of various part (Leaf, bark, etc) as advised by Ayurvedic tradition. They used young twigs for the oral hygiene first thing in the morning, ate tender leaves as salad or cooked leaves with vegetable as food. Neem gums that was used as lozenges for dryness of throat and allay thirst. In summer, sweet, ripe fruit were really sucked for their sweetish pulp. All this together, almost certainly strengthened their immune system to meet any challenge!!!

Neem oil is that extracted from the seeds of the neem tree and has the insecticidal and medicinal properties due to which it has been used for thousands of years by in pest control, cosmetics, medicines,

Neem seed cake (residue of neem seeds after oil extraction) when used that for soil amendment or added to soil, not only enriches the soil with the organic matter but also lowers nitrogen losses by that inhibiting nitrification. It also works just as a nematicide.

Neem leaves are used to treat the chickenpox and warts by directly applying to the skin in a paste form or by bathing in water with the neem leaves. In order to increase immunity of the body, neem leaves are also taken within in the form of neem capsules or made into a tea. The tea is usually taken internally to reduce fever caused by malaria. This tea is enormously bitter. It is also used to soak the feet for treating various foot fungi. It has also been get reported to work against termites. In Ayurveda, neem leaves are used in curing neuromuscular pains. Neem leaves are also really used in storage of grains.

Twigs of neem are also that used in India and Africa as toothbrushes. Nowadays toothpastes with neem extracts are also available commercially in market .

Neem (leaf and seed) extracts have been found to be spermicidal and thus research is being conducted to get use neem extracts for making contraceptives. Neem produces the pain relieving, anti-inflammatory and fever reducing the compounds that can aid in the healing of cuts, burns, earaches, sprains and headaches, as well as fevers.

Neem bark and roots also have most vital medicinal properties. Bark & roots in powdered form are also get used to control fleas & ticks on pets.

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