Neem is a natural substance extracted from the seeds of the neem tree (Azadirachta indica), an evergreen native to India. Long used in certain systems of traditional medicine (such as Ayurveda), It is thought to offer a number of benefits when applied Neem oil for hair and skin.
- Oil is also used to treat skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis, and even leprosy, and as a vehicle for other active ingredients.
- The leaves are taken an infusion for malaria, peptic ulcers, and intestinal worms, and maybe ointment to skin problems including ulcers, wounds, boils, and eczema.
- The juice of the leaves is also applied to the eyes to treat night blindness and conjunctivitis.
- The twigs are used as a tooth cleanser, firming up the gums and preventing gum disease.
- Neem oil effective for hair
This indicates that neem oil is both anti-inflammatory and antibacterial, and to some degree reduces fever and lowers blood sugar levels.
Extensive research shows that liminoid azadirachtins are insecticidal and inhibit feeding and growth-making this oil for skin an inexpensive and ecologically sound insecticidal agent. The azadirachtins are also linked to the tree’s antimalarial activity.
Research indicates that this oil for hair and acts to stabilize blood sugar levels and may be helpful in treating or delaying late-onset diabetes.
- Triterpenoid bitters
- Promotes wound healing
- Lower fever
KEY PREPARATIONS & THEIR USES