NEEM

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NEEM

The Neem has been recognized as possessing powerful health promoting properties for millennia. In fact, there is evidence that as long as 4,500 years ago, Neem was already being used to support healing. Its use originated in ancient India and neighbouring countries, where it has long been revered as one of the most versatile plants known. Even today, the Neem tree is esteemed as the “Village Dispensary”—every part of it known to possess unique therapeutic value. In Ayurveda, Neem is typically used to balance pitta and kapha. It’s cold, light, and dry qualities tend to aggravate vata. Neem is therefore often recommended in combination with other herbs that help subdue its vata-provoking nature.

Neem Benefits

Skin and Blood.

Neem is famous and celebrated for promoting healthy skin and a clear complexion. Due in part to its bitter taste, it has an incredibly cooling effect on the body, reducing excess heat that can manifest as skin blemishes.

Immune System.

Its detoxifying effects on the body make it a great immune booster, especially for the cleansing of ama from the body.

Blood Sugar.

The purifying benefits Neem has on the body’s blood and circulation also help support healthy blood sugar levels already in the normal range.

GI Tract.

A healthy digestive environment is vital for health. Neem reduces unwanted heat and toxins in the GI tract.

Controls Intestinal Ulcer.

Intestinal ulcers are a result of imbalanced pH levels in the stomach. Acidity is caused because of the excessive secretion of gastric juices, which ultimately causes an ulcer. Neem is known to have potent gastro-protective and antiulcer effects. It restores the pH levels and soothes acidity in the stomach.

Metabolism.

Neem’s kapha-reducing properties encourage proper fat and water digestion and elimination, keeping water retention from accumulating in the body.

Improves Heart Health

Neem is packed with fatty acids, including alpha-linolenic acid, linoleic acid, and oleic acid, as well as palmitic and stearic acid. In the proper amounts, these fats are essential for the body, and can even help to balance proper cholesterol levels in the body. Research has shown that Neem can lower blood pressure, normalize heart palpitations, drop cholesterol levels and eliminate inflammation in blood vessels and arteries, leading to a lower risk of atherosclerosis, heart attacks, and strokes.

Lungs.

Neem supports clear breathing and a healthy respiratory system.

Skin Moisture and Softness.

Neem’s skin benefits work both internally and externally. As an external application, Neem oil or soap helps soothe and lubricate the skin.

Hair.

For those with excess pitta and heat trapped in the scalp and hair follicles, Neem is terrific for cooling the scalp and supporting the growth of lustrous, smooth hair.

Antibacterial Potential.

Anti-inflammatory Agent.

Detoxifies the Body.

Improves Gastric Health.

Anti-cancer Properties.

Inhibits Fungal Infections.

Controls Diabetes.

Improves Reproductive Health.

Improves Oral Health.

 

How to Use Neem Capsules

Neem capsules are Neem extract or powdered Neem in a capsulated form. They can be used both orally and topically to get rid of a number of issues. Here, we have mentioned both types of application of Neem capsules:

Oral Usage Of Neem Capsules:

1 or 2 Neem capsule can be taken orally at least twice or thrice every day. You must take it with normal drinking water and right after your meals.

You can also take half a cup of water and pour the content of one Neem capsule, (1/8) teaspoon of turmeric powder, and a teaspoonful of pure Aloe Vera gel into it. Mix well and drink this concoction thrice every day to enhance your overall well-being.

Topical Usage of Neem Capsules:

Be it minor skin infections with redness, itchiness, and pus, or repeated skin problems, like psoriasis, abscess, etc., you can add the content of a Neem capsule to plain or lukewarm bathing water. Repeat it daily to see amazing results.

Break open a Neem capsule and add pure honey or water to its content to form a smooth paste. Applying this to your wounds will heal them fast.

Neem water, when used for washing an infected part of the body regularly, can keep infections at bay.

If you are interested in using homemade products, try preparing a handmade soap using the content of Neem capsules. Adding it to your body wash will also keep your skin clear, blemish-free, and free of infections.

Include the content of a Neem capsule in your homemade face pack or mask in order to get a flawless and glowing look.

Make Neem capsules a part of your natural hair pack or mask to take good care of your scalp and your hair.

Make your own homemade natural mouthwash by mixing the content of 4 Neem capsules and 5 drops of tea tree essential oil with 2 cups of water. Swishing it for 3 minutes in your mouth twice daily will improve your oral health.

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NEEM

The Neem has been recognized as possessing powerful health promoting properties for millennia. In fact, there is evidence that as long as 4,500 years ago, Neem was already being used to support healing. Its use originated in ancient India and neighboring countries, where it has long been revered as one of the most versatile plants known. Even today, the Neem tree is esteemed as the “Village Dispensary”—every part of it known to possess unique therapeutic value. In Ayurveda, Neem is typically used to balance pitta and kapha. It’s cold, light, and dry qualities tend to aggravate vata. Neem is therefore often recommended in combination with other herbs that help subdue its vata-provoking nature.

Neem Benefits

Skin and Blood.

Neem is famous and celebrated for promoting healthy skin and a clear complexion. Due in part to its bitter taste, it has an incredibly cooling effect on the body, reducing excess heat that can manifest as skin blemishes.

Immune System.

Its detoxifying effects on the body make it a great immune booster, especially for the cleansing of ama from the body.

Blood Sugar.

The purifying benefits Neem has on the body’s blood and circulation also help support healthy blood sugar levels already in the normal range.

GI Tract.

A healthy digestive environment is vital for health. Neem reduces unwanted heat and toxins in the GI tract.

Controls Intestinal Ulcer.

Intestinal ulcers are a result of imbalanced pH levels in the stomach. Acidity is caused because of the excessive secretion of gastric juices, which ultimately causes an ulcer. Neem is known to have potent gastro-protective and antiulcer effects. It restores the pH levels and soothes acidity in the stomach.

Metabolism.

Neem’s kapha-reducing properties encourage proper fat and water digestion and elimination, keeping water retention from accumulating in the body.

Improves Heart Health

Neem is packed with fatty acids, including alpha-linolenic acid, linoleic acid, and oleic acid, as well as palmitic and stearic acid. In the proper amounts, these fats are essential for the body, and can even help to balance proper cholesterol levels in the body. Research has shown that Neem can lower blood pressure, normalize heart palpitations, drop cholesterol levels and eliminate inflammation in blood vessels and arteries, leading to a lower risk of atherosclerosis, heart attacks, and strokes.

Lungs.

Neem supports clear breathing and a healthy respiratory system.

Skin Moisture and Softness.

Neem’s skin benefits work both internally and externally. As an external application, Neem oil or soap helps soothe and lubricate the skin.

Hair.

For those with excess pitta and heat trapped in the scalp and hair follicles, Neem is terrific for cooling the scalp and supporting the growth of lustrous, smooth hair.

Antibacterial Potential.

Anti-inflammatory Agent.

Detoxifies the Body.

Improves Gastric Health.

Anti-cancer Properties.

Inhibits Fungal Infections.

Controls Diabetes.

Improves Reproductive Health.

Improves Oral Health.

 

How to Use Neem Capsules

Neem capsules are Neem extract or powdered Neem in a capsulated form. They can be used both orally and topically to get rid of a number of issues. Here, we have mentioned both types of application of Neem capsules:

Oral Usage Of Neem Capsules:

1 or 2 Neem capsule can be taken orally at least twice or thrice every day. You must take it with normal drinking water and right after your meals.

You can also take half a cup of water and pour the content of one Neem capsule, (1/8) teaspoon of turmeric powder, and a teaspoonful of pure Aloe Vera gel into it. Mix well and drink this concoction thrice every day to enhance your overall well-being.

Topical Usage of Neem Capsules:

Be it minor skin infections with redness, itchiness, and pus, or repeated skin problems, like psoriasis, abscess, etc., you can add the content of a Neem capsule to plain or lukewarm bathing water. Repeat it daily to see amazing results.

Break open a Neem capsule and add pure honey or water to its content to form a smooth paste. Applying this to your wounds will heal them fast.

Neem water, when used for washing an infected part of the body regularly, can keep infections at bay.

If you are interested in using homemade products, try preparing a handmade soap using the content of Neem capsules. Adding it to your body wash will also keep your skin clear, blemish-free, and free of infections.

Include the content of a Neem capsule in your homemade face pack or mask in order to get a flawless and glowing look.

Make Neem capsules a part of your natural hair pack or mask to take good care of your scalp and your hair.

Make your own homemade natural mouthwash by mixing the content of 4 Neem capsules and 5 drops of tea tree essential oil with 2 cups of water. Swishing it for 3 minutes in your mouth twice daily will improve your oral health.