The Secret of Neem
"Sarva Roga Nivarini - the curer of all ailments"
centuries, the people of India have utilised the neem tree (Azadirachta
indica) for its variety of medicinal uses. Neem's role as a
wonder drug is traced as far back as 4,500 years ago. The
earliest documentation of neem mentioned the fruit, seeds,
oil, leaves, roots and bark for their advantageous medicinal
properties. These benefits are listed in the books at the
foundation of the Ayurvedic system of natural treatment.
Neem's excellent antibacterial and antiallergic properties
makes it effective in fighting most epidermal dysfunctions
such as acne, psoriasis and eczema. Ancient ayurvedic
practitioners believed high sugar levels in the body caused
skin disease; neem's bitter principles was said to
counteract the excess sugar in the blood.
Neem's function in skin care depends on the compounds
gedunin and nimbolid in its leaf. It is noted by many
observers to relieve even athlete's foot, ringworm and
yeast-like fungus infections that develop internally. An
anthelminic, it helps destroy and dispel parasites; in
Ayurveda parasites includes worms, bacteria, yeast and
fungus. It is a powerful purifier and helps lose weight in
case of obesity.
Traditionally, Indians bathed in neem leaves steeped in hot
water. This was a common procedure to cure chronic skin
ailments or allergic reactions. In India and Africa, people
use the twigs of the neem tree as toothbrushes. This native
practice has influenced modern dental products that
incorporate neem bark extracts in toothpastes and
Neem has powerful anti-viral activity with little or no
toxicity. Its efficacy is due, in part, to its ability to
inhibit a virus from multiplying and spreading and finds
wide usage in seasonal diseases like chicken pox and
The potential of the neem tree is so great as to encompass
the treatment of a wide spectrum of physical ailments
including sexually transmitted disease, blood disorders,
chronic ulcers, digestive and nervous disorders, diseases
caused by parasites such as malaria and disbetes.
Neem produces pain-relieving, anti-inflammatory and fever
reducing compounds that can aid in the healing of cuts,
burns, sprains, earaches and headaches, as well as fevers.
Several studies of neem extracts in supressing malaria have
been conducted, all supporting its use in the treatment of
Neem is one of the most powerful blood-purifiers and
detoxifiers in the Ayurvedic system of medicine. Modern
research confirms it's curative powers for many diseases.
Health restoring benefits of Neem to improve your quality of
Neem’s role as a wonder drug is stressed
as far back as 4500 years ago.
Some of its health restoring
Effective in skin infection, rashes &
Blood purifier for beautiful & healthy skin
Dispels intestinal worms and parasites
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Traditionally, Indians bathed in neem
leaves steeped in hot water. This was a common procedure to
cure chronic skin ailments of allergic reactions. In India
and Africa, people use the twigs of neem tree as
Neem is one of the most powerful blood
purifiers and detoxifiers in the ayurvedic system of
Neem's excellent antibacterial and
antiallergic properties makes it effective in fighting most
epidermal disfunctions such as acne, psoriasis, and eczema.
Neem's bitter principles was also said to counteract the
excess sugar in the blood. The potential of neem tree is so
great as to encompass the treatment of a white spectrum of
physical ailments including sexually transmitted disease,
blood disorders, chronic ulcers, digestive and nervous
disorders, diseases caused by parasites such as malaria and
Neem helps to relieve even athlete's
foot, ringworm and yeast like fungus infections that develop
internally note it. An anthelminic, it helps destroy and
dispel parasites, which includes worms, bacteria, yeast, and
fungus. It is a powerful purifier and helps loose weight in
case of obesity. One can hardly dispute the translation of
neem's Sanskrit name " Sarva Roga Nivarini- the curer of all
Mahatma Gandhi and Neem
"Mahatma Gandhi, Kept the tradition of
Neem alive. He was the firm believer in the goodness of
Neem.The prayer meeting at the Sabarmati Ashram were
conducted under a Neem Tree by Mahatma Gandhi and a Neem
leaf chutney was a part of his everyday diet."
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(350mg.) (Azadirachta indica) – It is used in ayurveda
for skin disorders, pimples, diabetes, tumors,
obesity, arthrities, viral fevers, jaundice, as a
blood purifier etc.
(75mg.) (Tinospora cordifolia)
– This plant acts as an
immunity booster and combats viral fever, allergies,
gout, jaundice and diabetes.
(75mg.) (phyllanthus emblica) – A combination of Amla,
Haritaki and Bibhitaki, it is a perfect rasayan for
balancing the body. It expels toxins and is a