What Is Neem and What Are It's Benefits?
What is Neem?
The Neem tree ( Azadirachta indica) is a naturally sourced medicinal plant mainly grown in the Indian subcontinent. Neem plants can tolerate a wide variety of environmental conditions and grows very well in dry arid conditions, so Neem trees are also widely planted in Africa. Neem trees does not survive freezing temperatures, therefore there are no Neem plants in the United States besides Florida.
For centuries, Neem was considered "The Curer of All Ailments" and has been used throughout ancient India dating back to more than 5000 years as a natural healing remedy, such as in agriculture as a natural fertilizer, pharmaceuticals as medicinal herbs in Ayurvedic science, cosmetics and for dental care.
Modern Science regards Neem as a promising tree that has a far wider array of uses than any other tree on the planet. Neem has 132 different compounds that have powerful antibacterial, anti-fungal, antiviral, and antiseptic properties; offering a myriad of effective treatments anywhere from basic cosmetics such as dandruff treatment to complex medicinal cures such as Malaria and Diabetics.
No part of the Neem tree is wasted—its roots, bark, resin, gum, twigs, leaves, seeds, flowers, and fruit— all consist of rich chemical properties and extensively used for cosmetic or medicinal purposes. Leaves, for example, are used as a natural pesticide and used in farming, the fruits and seeds yield oil and the bark is used to make a tonic, and the trunk exudes gum.
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Neem leaf has been a natural dental hygiene solution for centuries. In the Himalayas, people have historically used the twigs of a Neem tree to brush their teeth. Neem is rich in antioxidants and helps to boost the immune response in gum and tissues of the mouth. Neem offers a good remedy for curing mouth ulcers, tooth decay and acts as a pain reliever in toothache problems. Additionally, it is a natural teeth whitener and fights bad breath.
Several studies have shown that using Neem toothpaste can significantly improve the cleanliness of your mouth.
Neem is a powerful plant that is essentially used for treating:
- Skin Care: Acne, Dry Skin, and Eczema
- Hair Care: Hair loss, Dandruff
- Neem has effective photochemical that may also alleviate Cancers and Tumors
- Effective Treatment to cure Malaria
- Neem leaves have long been used as a traditional treatment for Diabetes
- Neem boost the respiratory system improves digestion and strengthens the immune system.
- Neem bark and leaves contain properties that cure arthritis and reduce pain and swelling in joints.
While Neem is often considered as a cure-all, it is important to keep in mind that its oil, bark, and leaves are unsafe for consumption by pregnant women and women trying to conceive.
Internal use of Neem seed oil can be potentially toxic and should not be used internally in large doses or for long periods of time. In adults, short-term use of Neem oil in minute quantities is safe, but high doses may cause toxic encephalopathy and harm the kidney and liver.
The Neem plant has come a long way from its humble origins in Burma to the best-kept secret of India making its way up to modern science. Neem plant is different than any other plants that our ancestors of different cultures ever used, Neem is truly one of the greatest gifts to mankind from Mother Nature.
Neem plant has been considered a tree for solving global problems ranging from pest control to provisioning millions with inexpensive medicines. Back in the days, the Neem plant was widely used for birth control, taking the same knowledge, Neem can be used to cut down the rate of human population growth. Neem Tree is still used as a shade in many parts of India, again taking the sample principle, if we plant more trees and particularly Neem trees maybe we will be able to control overheating of the globe and reverse deforestation and avoid soil erosion.