Anti Bacterial, Anti Parasitic, Anti Fungal and Anti Viral
Detoxifies and Purifies Blood
Acts as a Deworming Agent
Treats Skin Disorders
Helps in the Management of Diabetes
Dosage : 02 Tablets Twice Daily
Ingredients in Neem Neem Leaf Extract Neem has been used in a variety of ways both for personal and community health. Neem leaves, fruits, flowers and bark possess antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal, anti-inflammatory properties. Neem is also said to be a natural contraceptive for birth control and spermicide.The medicinal uses of neem are widely known in India. Neem is used in pyrexia, diabetes, urinary problems, filarial worms, respiratory disorders, dermatological disorders, gynecological disorders and by way of external use for eyes, piles and fistula, wounds, hair and dental hygiene.
Neem leaves help in the treatment of neuromuscular pains. Neem leaves are also reported to remove toxins, purify blood and prevent damage caused by free radicals in the body by neutralizing them. Margosa (neem) as a multipurpose herb is valued quite highly in todays herbal world for its capacity to exorcise the demon of disease out of the body. We have extracted neem leaves and put in an easy to take tablet form.
Ailments Addressed Neem is called a multipurpose herb which treats a variety of conditions. Its main action can be surmised as anti parasitic which expels all microorganisms which cause havoc in the body. Thus it is helpful in treating recurrent infections, intestinal worms and skin disorders including rashes, pimples and acne. In skin care (pimples and acne) and scalp infections, neem oil or leaf paste is applied on to skin for sure. Neem leaves and turmeric are ground fresh in to a paste for the treatment of skin infections. Alternatively, neem paste is added to bathing water to treat skin allergy and to maintain beautiful skin.
Regular consumption of neem leaf paste on empty stomach is a known home remedy for diabetes. Those who have a family history of diabetes can also avail of this home remedy to prevent diabetes. This would work only with diet watching and regular exercise if you are trying to prevent diabetes.
Neem leaves are reported to be beneficial in eye disorders and insect bite poisons. Studies on plasma clotting time using Russells viper venom have proved that the leaf extract contains a clotting inhibitor. This justifies its use in the treatment of poisonous bites. Neem leaves have shown significant antiulcer activity and anti-inflammatory effect. Extract of neem leaves have shown reduction in the frequency of stress-induced gastric mucosal lesions.
Warning : Do not take neem [or any herbs] if you are pregnant, trying to become pregnant or are lactating. Do not take up self treatment if you have any chronic conditions like kidney diseases or liver disease.