Neem Leaves: Health Benefits and Uses

Neem Leaves: Health Benefits and Uses


The health benefits and uses of neem leaves,
also known as margosa. 1. Neem leaves have many health benefits and
medicinal properties and are therefore used to create creams, oils, pastes, powders and
extracts. The leaf itself is also dried and used in herbal teas
2. Neem is a natural toner and moisturiser which is commonly used to treat skin disorders
such acne, scars, blackheads and pigmentation. 3. Neem Oil, which is extracted from the seeds
of the neem tree is a natural flea treatment for animals, which also calms itchy skin.
4. The antibacterial properties of neem, allow it to be applied for a large variety of medical
conditions. This can include treating a dry scalp, head lice, dandruff and hair loss.
5. Water can be infused with Neem extract and used as a skin and muscle relaxant due
to its anti-inflammatory properties. This can be achieved by soaking aching muscles,
feet, scalp and other body parts. 6. Shampooing the hair with neem paste, can
help tame frizzy hair. 7. The leaf is not the only part of the tree
that is used. In fact over 140 compounds have been isolated from the different parts of
the neem tree, for use in all kinds of treatments and products.
8. Burns may heal faster when applied with water infused with neem. This also disinfects
the skin, protecting it from infection. 9. Neem Bark continues to be used to treat
conditions such as Chicken Pox and Malaria. 10. Neem is not only antibacterial, but it
is also antifungal, antiviral and antimutagen. It is therefore a powerful cure for many illnesses
such as intestinal worms, eye disorders, leprosy, diabetes, gum disease and liver problems.
11. Neem has been scientifically shown to neutralize the effects of cancer causing substances,
i.e. an anticarcinogenic 12. When consumed, neem also has the ability
to prevent and help heal stomach ulcers. 13. Neem creams can also be applied to the
skin as an insect repellent. 14. Neem leaves can be boiled and eaten as
part of a healthy balanced diet. They are often used a side in tasty seafood dishes
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