Also known as
Neem is the common name for a tree in the Mahogany family native to India and the Indian continent, including Nepal, Pakistan, Bangladesh, & Sri Lanka. All parts of the tree have been used in India for over 2,000 years by practitioners of Ayurvedic medicine as a cleansing, nutritious herb.
azadirachitin, gedunin, nimbin, nimbidin, nimbinene desacetylnimbinase, nimbandial, nimbolide and quercentin
In capsules, blends, tea, & salves. Neem is extremely bitter, it is recommended to be taken in capsules.
Neem is a powerful herb with a long traditional history of use, practitioners of Ayurvedic medicine would use the herb, specifically the seeds or leaves as a parasite cleanser with potent antifungal, antibacterial, antiviral, & contraceptive properties. Neem can be made into a balm for skin use and is also used in soap, sprayed onto plants to control pests, and fresh twigs have even been used as toothbrushes.
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