|Botanical Name||: Azadirachta Indica|
|Tamil Name||: வேப்பிலை / Veppa ilai|
|English Name||: Neem Leaves|
|Hindi Name||: नीम / Neem|
|Malayalam Name||: ആര്യവേപ്പ് / Ariyaveppu ila|
|Telugu Name||: వెపా / Vepa|
The NEEM tree or Azadirachta indica is a tropical evergreen tree native to India and found in other southeast countries. In India, neem is known as “the village pharmacy” due to its healing properties. It has been the main part of Ayurvedic medicine for more than 4,000 years. Neem is also called ‘arista’ in Sanskrit- a word that means ‘perfect, complete and imperishable.
All the parts like seeds, bark, and leaves have proven antiseptic, antiviral, antipyretic, anti-inflammatory, anti-ulcer, and antifungal uses. The Sanskrit name ‘nimba’ comes from the term ‘nimbati syasthyamdadati,’ which means ‘to give good health.’
- Neem seeds are used to make ointments and drops for infections in the eyes and ears.
- The best home remedy to prevent Malaria. Put crushed neem seeds in places where mosquitoes thrive. The aroma of the seeds avoids laying eggs.
- Neem seeds benefit the immune system, especially when down with chickenpox.
- Neem seeds also fight bacterial infections such as acne, boils, and ulcers in the body.
Internal Benefits of Neem Leaves
Due to the recognized benefits of antimicrobial effects and strong antibacterial resistance, neem leaves are widely used for blending and tea. Tea works indoors, and oil works externally. So that neem leaves are considered a common tonic for the immune system and simple to protect your overall health.
There is a profound correlation between neem consumption for insulin deficiency in the body. The chemical components of neem enhance the insulin receptor function and ensure that the body gets the right amount of insulin, which protects it from the development of diabetes. Moreover, it reduces the dependence of insulin treatment on diabetic patients by consuming neem leaves.
For Gastric Health
Ingestion of neem leaves directly reduces inflammation in the gastrointestinal tract, thereby significantly reducing digestive food problems. It helps correct stomach ulcers and helps treat bowel problems such as cramps, constipation, and inflammation. It can also be used as a medication to control infections that can kill beneficial bacteria in the gut.
Malaria is a deadly disease that develops in the body through mosquitoes. The worm is a natural pesticide and is very effective in driving out toxic mosquitoes,
For Reproductive Health
Neem is widely used as a natural sperm and birth control agent, as it significantly reduces the chances of conceiving males and females in a better way. It helps minimize fertility without affecting libido and helps treat certain sexually transmitted diseases.
External Benefits of Neem Leaves
Not only the neem leaves but the entire tree has anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties. Neem leaf shampoo is suitable for cleansing hair dirt and promoting hair growth. It also acts as an effective dandruff remover for people with dandruff problems and keeps the skin hydrated. In traditional medicine, neem leaves are used to stimulate hair growth and prevent male-pattern baldness.
You can use neem leaves or paste directly on the skin as it can release toxins from the body, and you can consume neem juice along with your supplements. Neem is known to stimulate the liver and kidneys, improve the body’s metabolic processes, and help eliminate toxins faster. Neem paste is excellent for neutralizing the many tetrites that accumulate in our skin, including germs, microorganisms, dust, and bitterness.
One of the younger generation’s biggest challenges is that neem leaf is highly recommended for treating acne. With its anti-bacterial properties, it eliminates most of the bacteria that cause acne. Neem leaves are the main ingredient in all acne-removing facial creams currently manufactured.
Neem paste acts as an exfoliant when used as a mask. The paste also prevents the growth of pimples and thus helps to shrink the pore size.
You can apply neem paste or diluted neem oil directly to the injured parts of the body. Athletes also use neem oil on their feet for a steady flow.
Take one spoon of neem powder once a day with water on an empty stomach.
Neem seed powder or neem oil is unsafe during pregnancy. When taken by mouth, it can cause miscarriage. For others, it can cause allergic reactions, stomach irritation and can also reduce fertility. Though neem is perfect 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.