Neem Leaf, Azadirachta indica, Organically grown

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Neem   ( Azadirachta indica  ) is organically grown in India

AKA Margosa, Dodanyaro, Muarobaini.

Cautions please be aware that herbs, although natural can interact with certain medications, and that they may be ill advised to use under certain health conditions.  Please consult a qualified health practitioner for cautions pertinent to you.

No therapeutic claim is made or intended for this product.  Information is for educational purposes only. 


Further interesting reading...

For many years Neem Tea has been a natural aid for people experiencing symptons of Arthritis, gout, blood disorders, rheumatism, diabetes, headaches, colds, Eczema, Psoriasis, malaria and levelling pH.

Drink a couple of cups a day hot or chilled with honey & or a squeeze of lemon. For Gout it gives wonderful relief as many a man has found out.

Although it has a bitter taste, that bitterness is the very thing that invokes healthy changes in your body. In Ayuverda Neem is regarded as a natural blood purifier. Try a daily detox while enjoying a hot cup of tea.

Natural herbs like the Neem Leaf or Azadirachta indica, have a long history of use in medicine and treatment of health problems. The Neem Leaf for centuries has played a major role in the treatment of skin disorders, removing harmful toxins from the body, nourishment for the eyes and hair, as an anti-inflammatory and antibacterial agent and in the treatment of malaria within Ayurvedic medicine. Neem Leaf is also believed to greatly reduce blood sugar levels in the treatment of diabetes.
One of the primary uses is as a medicinal herb for skin care. Neem Leaf is no different with its properties as an anti-fungal, antiseptic and anti-inflammatory compound. It is thought to be quite effective in helping with eczema, ringworm and acne. Traditional methods include crushing the leaves of the Azadirachta indica into a paste and then applying it directly to wounds, ulcers or skin diseases.

Neem Leaf is thought to remove toxins from the body by neutralizing dangerous free radicals and purifying the blood. This is one of the dried herbs that is thought to be beneficial for its antibacterial and antiviral properties. Some cultures sprinkle fresh Neem Leaf around the beds of the sick and also hang in the doorways of the sick. They believe the fresh air flowing past the Neem Leaf will be purified and made healthy.

Neem Leaf has also been used topically, applied to the skin to fight against insect bites and removing the painful toxins from wasp and ant stings. Only recently, Azadirachta indica has been the focus of research to see if it holds any potential in the area of malignant disease treatment. 


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