Neem Bark Powder | Azadirachta Indica | Veppam Pattai Powder | Neem Chhal | Nimbaka
Origin: India Condition: Powder Neem bark powder has antimicrobial properties that provide natural brighten teeth and helps to freshen your breath. It’s also a good remedy for curing stomach and intestine ulcers, malaria, skin diseases, and fever.
|: Azadirachta Indica
|: வேப்பம்பட்டை / Veppam Pattai
|: Neem Bark
|: ആര്യവേപ്പ് / Ariyaveppu
|: नीम / Neem
|: వెపా / Vepa
The neem tree, also known as Indian Lilac or Margosa tree, is a medicinal herb. It is an Indian-owned tree that has been used extensively in India and abroad for its medicinal purposes. This medicinal herb belongs to the Meliaceae family. The traditional uses of Neem make it to treat various issues and it grows commonly in every house in India and can be found in all public places, especially temples.
The plant has anti-bacterial, anti-viral, anti-parasitic, and anti-fungal properties given to children without any fear. It is beneficial for your health as it is a good pain reliever and has high anti-inflammatory properties.
It is commonly referred to as the “Friend and Guardian of the Indian Villager” as all parts of the Neem plant, from its flower to its root, have various uses. The bark of the neem tree, in particular, is cold, has a bitter taste, and therefore has active properties that can cure several diseases.
- Neem bark powder traditionally has been used to cure physical ailments such as Kapha dosha imbalance, fatigue, fever, stomach worms, and loss of appetite.
- Neem bark helps to cure acne, wounds, severe skin, dry skin, and skin infections and kills bacteria in the skin.
- Neem bark provides a good solution for tooth problems such as tooth decay, tooth pain, and bleeding gums.
- Using a large quantity of neem bark powder on oily skin can quickly absorb unwanted oil.
- Neem bark powder is also used for serious skin conditions such as psoriasis, ringworm, and warts.
How to Consume Neem Bark Powder
Mix about 5 g of neem bark powder in about 100 ml water and boil for a few minutes. Once the contents are heated, filter it and drink it before breakfast. Do the same recipe on the mountain and drink distilled water after dinner.
A common use of neem bark powder is to clean teeth. In ancient times, the traditional method was to chew the neem bark. The bark’s medicinal properties can control gums bleeding, bad odor on the tooth, and tooth decay.
Neem powder or neem oil is unsafe during pregnancy. When taken by mouth, it can cause miscarriage. For others, it can cause allergic reactions, and stomach irritation and can also reduce fertility. Though neem is excellent medicine, taking in a limited amount is always the best choice.
Harvesting & Manufacturing Methods
All the herbs in moolihai are naturally harvested, dried, and pulverized without any chemical interactions. We assure you that the natural herbal powders are 100% pure & natural.