Neem has been used for centuries in Indian medicine to treat multiple ailments of the body internal and external. It is a star in many ayurvedic treatments from being used to treat fever, skin infections and for dental care. So why is neem a super hero?
Neem is a unique plant with all of its parts having medicinal value with antioxidant, antimicrobial, anti-parasitic, anti-inflammatory, antidiabetic, and wound-healing properties. How do these properties benefit you?
Dental and Oral Health
Before the widespread usage of toothbrushes, neem bark was used through out India to clean teeth. Neem’s antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and immune-boosting properties help with tooth pain, reduce tooth decay, reduce gum bleeding and reduce plaque formation.
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Neem leaves are known to boost immunity thanks to it anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties. It is said to clear toxins and impurities from the body – leaving one with a strengthened immunity system.
Neem helps fight dandruff due to its anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties. Neem oil contains Vitamin E and other beneficial antioxidants that promote healthy hair growth. Some studies also show that neem oil helps reduce greying of hair and soothes frizzy hair.
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Neem is rich in fatty acids, Vitamin E, anti-oxidants and is used to treat acne, reduce scars and blemishes, treat dry skin and to fight body odour.
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Mosquito repellant and natural insecticide
Neem oil mixed with coconut oil acts a perfect natural mosquito repellant when applied on the skin. Additionally, neem oil also acts as a natural insecticide in the garden.
Isn’t neem phenomenal and a super hero? Do you use neem or neem products in your daily life?
Disclaimer: This post represents views and opinions of the author. The content should not be taken as medical advice. The content is for informational purpose only and because each person is unique please do your own research or consult a medical practitioner for your queries.
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