Neem is a popular medicinal herb that’s been part of traditional remedies It’s home to more than 130 different biologically active compounds! No wonder it’s such an effective antiviral and antibacterial, along with being a powerful immune-stimulant.
The primary purpose of neem leaves is the treatment of Vata disorders or neuromuscular pains
Purifies the blood
Antioxidants - prevent damage caused by free radicals in the body
Remove toxins, treat insect bites and ulcers.
Antibacterial properties work wonders on infections, burns, and any kind of skin problem. It destroys the bacteria that cause infections, stimulates the immune system, and encourages rapid healing.
Wound healer: Make a paste with water and dab it on your wounds or insect bites a few times a day till it heals.
Goodbye dandruff: Boil 2 tsp of powder till the water turns green, allow it to cool. After washing your hair with shampoo, cleanse it with this water.
Eye Trouble: Boil 2 tsp of powder, let the water cool completely, and then use it to wash your eyes. This will help any kind of irritation, tiredness, or redness.
Treat that zit: take 1 tsp of powder, mix it with water, make a paste and apply it daily till the acne dries out. The paste also helps any kind of eruptions, dark spots, and chronic ulcers.
Ear ailments: Blend some neem powder and add some honey to them. Use a few drops of this mix to treat any ear boils.
Other skin disorders: Turmeric combined with a paste of neem powder can also be used for itching, eczema, ringworms, and some mild skin diseases.
Boost immunity: mix 1 tsp of powder with a glass of water to increase your immunity.