Healing Benefits of Neem
When researchers first began looking at Neem about 50 years ago, they carefully detailed the biological activities of its various parts. That literature, unfortunately, is not available except in specialized medical libraries. Current reports generally note that Neem is recognized as having a potential for a long list of “antis,” including…
Anti-inflammatory, anti-arthritic, anti-pyretic (fever), anti-gastric (ulcer), anti-fungal, antibacterial, anti-viral, anti-tumor, anti-histamine, anti-complement (similar to antioxidant), potentially anti-carcinogenic, and anti-anxiety.
Antioxidants in Neem
One of the hottest topics in the natural foods industry today is antioxidants, probably because they may play a critical role in potentially preventing the damage that may play a significant role in initiating chronic degenerative diseases like Atherosclerosis, Diabetes, Heart disease, Alzheimer’s, and Parkinson’s, as well as potentially speeding up the plain old (pun intended!) process of aging.
Oxidative stress is a natural process that occurs as cells produce energy. Free radicals, a by-product of this process, may damage cells (including DNA) and tissue. The problem may occur when the body’s resources for potentially fighting these free radicals or repairing the damage they may cause aren’t adequate. Antioxidants are in many foods, and many of the health benefits of foods like blueberries, broccoli, and cranberries may be directly related to their antioxidant levels.
The ORAC test (oxygen radical absorbance capacity) shows that all forms of Neem may be extraordinarily high in antioxidants, and potentially far higher than foods on the high-antioxidant lists. Along with its potential immune-boosting properties and high antioxidant levels, this may help to explain why neem is known around the world as “The Village Pharmacy.”
100% PURE NEEM OIL CAN EASILY SOLIDIFY EVEN AT LOW ROOM TEMPERATURES. SHOULD THIS HAPPEN, PUT THE BOTTLE IN WARM WATER (BELOW 95 DEGREES F) TO LIQUIFY. DO NOT PLACE IN BOILING WATER, AS THIS MAY REDUCE THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE OIL.
Neem may have lots of potential health benefits; it can potentially help heal sunburns, cuts, and wounds. A bottle of neem oil may be very beneficial for your pet’s first aid kit. A quick topical application of neem oil on the affected area may soothe and potentially help heal the burn and small wounds effectively. Any pet experiencing excessive shedding, itchy skin, or allergies may also potentially benefit enormously from regular baths with our neem shampoo, which may be gentle enough for everyday use.
Your dog may become repellent to the stingers when the neem is potentially absorbed into the blood through their skin. Many people may dislike the extreme pungent garlicky smell of pure neem oil, but it may play an essential part in potentially keeping away a wide range of insects, including mosquitoes, so please don’t be put off by the smell; instead, recognize all its potential benefits.
Supported by centuries of use and modern science, 100% Pure Neem Oil (medical grade) may be used to potentially treat many skin ailments, including cuts, burns, bites, acne, dandruff, and athlete’s foot. Neem Oil may help soothe eczema, psoriasis, and rosacea, and it may be effective in the battle against head lice and scabies. In addition, Neem may contain a natural insect repellent and natural anti-histamines. Neem may be alkaline and not acidic.
For sinusitis, plain pure neem oil may be used as nasal drops. Use two drops twice daily, morning and evening.
For acne problems, take 2 neem capsules twice daily. Also, apply neem leaf powder as a face pack. You may start to see potential results within a few days.
For athlete’s foot, soak feet in warm water with 15ml of neem oil.
To potentially address head lice, neem oil should be massaged into the scalp and left overnight or for a few hours. Use Native Neem neem hair and body wash to shampoo your hair. Repeat the treatment for a few days.
Pure neem oil may potentially help stop earaches quickly; just warm some oil and apply a few drops into the ear.
Drinking neem leaf powder tea during an outbreak of influenza may potentially help alleviate some of the symptoms and may speed up the recovery time. By taking regular Native Neem Neem Leaf powder, your immune system may become stronger, and it may also potentially help detoxify your body. It may not necessarily kill good bacteria in your body.
For headaches, neem leaf powder should potentially be applied to the forehead; pure neem oil may also work in potentially combating headaches when used the same way.
Blood disorders, such as blood poisoning, kidney problems, and poor circulation, may have benefited from the use of neem. Make a tea from neem leaf powder or just take neem leaf powder with water regularly, once or twice a day.
Neem may be highly effective in potentially treating gastritis, indigestion, and heartburn. With all of the countless potential medicinal benefits that are already provided with the use of neem, it may also be studied very closely for the potential treatment of AIDS, cancer allergies, and diabetes.
To potentially address Jaundice, make a strong neem leaf powder tea and take it as it is or with honey. Take it on an empty stomach for seven days.
In potentially treating diabetes, neem has been found to potentially reduce the insulin requirements by as much as 50% without necessarily altering the blood glucose level. Take neem leaf tea or powder once or twice