What Are The Uses, Health Benefits & Facts of Neem
What is Neem?
Neem is a tree native to India with all its parts (the fruit, flowers, seed, seed oil, and twigs) utilized to treat a plethora of different conditions and symptoms. Among its many names, it’s also known as Holy Tree, Arishta, and Margosa.
In Ayurveda, Neem is a powerful herb with many antimicrobials and antioxidants. It supports the skin, blood, hair, liver, immune system, digestion, and blood sugar. It’s also used as a pest repellant and natural birth control.
Purowin™, our proprietary Neem extract, is synergized with Triperine™, a blend of Black Pepper, Ginger, and Piper Longum, for maximum absorption, bioactivity, and efficacy. Our Neem contains 695 mg of Purowin™ and 35 mg of Triperine™.
What are the Health Benefits of Neem?
- Neem’s antimicrobial properties allow for it to act as a strong agent against viruses, bacteria, and fungi, and may reduce fevers
- According to a KGMU study, consuming Turmeric, Neem, and Tulsi together regularly may be effective in building immunity and blocking the effects of the coronavirus in the body
- May detoxify and purify the blood with its antioxidant properties by neutralizing free radicals in the body
- May regulate blood sugar
Skin and Hair Health
- Reduces acne, moisturizes skin, repairs damaged skin and heals wounds
- Neem’s anti-inflammatory properties help reduce red, itchy, and dry skin
- Shampoos containing Neem are sufficient for getting rid of dandruff and lice, as well as reducing frizz and soothing the scalp
- Reduction of plaque
- Neem twigs have been chewed around the world for centuries to clean teeth and reduce tooth pain
- Stimulates healthy digestion
- Eliminates toxin
- Heals stomach and intestinal ulcers, as well as intestinal worms
- Neem has been shown to be an effective birth control pre and post-coital, as well as an effective spermicide
- Neem oil is an effective pest repellent against sand fleas and mosquitoes. Flea and tick repellent shampoos are also great options for your pets
Neem Dosage & Administration
Neem has a bitter taste. It’s commonly taken as a vitamin for this reason by users. The recommended dosage of Neem per day varies depending on what type of Neem product is used. Talk with your doctor for a proper dosage that supports your needs.
It is a very strong herb and pesticide, so it’s recommended to speak with a doctor before administering Neem to your child. Do not take Neem while pregnant.
In addition, when using the oil for the first time, place a few drops onto a patch of skin on the inner forearm. After 24 hours, check the area for any signs of reaction like discolorations, swelling, itching, or discomfort. If any of these symptoms are experienced, avoid using Neem.
Neem is a tree native to India, which has been utilized in all its parts for thousands of years for its powerful antioxidant and antimicrobial effects.
It is incredibly beneficial to the health of skin, hair, blood, and digestion. It supports strong and healthy teeth and acts as birth control and insect repellent.
Combining Tulsi, Turmeric, and Black Pepper with Neem may be supportive to the immune system.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products/services are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.