“Here are 36 amazing healing abilities of Neem leaves”
Where Neem Grows – Neem trees grow in the tropics all over the world including India, South America, the Caribbean, Asia, Florida, and other places.
Growing – Neem trees have small leaves and the trunk that can grow to be 40 feet tall… and the trees grows very fast and it’s easy to grow. But a small tree can be placed in pot and kept small for harvesting neem leaves even in your home or on the patio.
History – Using neem leaves goes back 5,000 years, and it’s a staple healing tree in Ayurvedic Medicine in India.
Parts Used – Just about every part of the tree can be used, the bark, the seeds, the leaves, the stems, and the roots.
Anti-Inflammatory – Neem leaves are powerful anti-inflammatory agent… and help with arthritis, joint pain, sprains, swelling, redness, and pain in general.
Gastric Ulcers – Neem leaves are a good anti-ulcer agent that helps with inflammation… and helps rid the body of the bacteria that cause gastric ulcers.
Gargle – Make neem tea, let it cool, then gargle away sore throats.
Oral Health – Neem works wonders for bleeding gums, gingivitis, bad breath, thrush, plaque, periodontitis… try neem toothpaste it works wonders.
Contains – Neem leaves contain nimandial, nimbolide, nimandial, ninbinene, nimbin, and nimbinen which are powerful anti-inflammatory agents that also help with fungal infections.
Malaria – Eating neem leaves has been used for treating malaria symptoms for ages and it works.
Antibacterial – Neem leaves are great at killing bacteria and thus are wonderful for preventing infections.
Tired Feet – Neem leaf tea can also be used for sore, aching, tired feet… just soak your feet in cool neem tea.
Fevers – Neem tea is also great for lowering fevers.
Anti-fungal – Neem leaves and neem tea are a great anti-fungal agent, helping to cure fungal infections of the skin, hair, nails, mucus membranes, oral thrush, lungs, athlete foot… and also helps with ringworm infections.
Anti-viral – Neem leaves are also a great anti-viral agent that helps with herpes, and many other viral infections.
Insect Bites – Taking neem leaves and making a paste and dabbing the paste on insect bites speeds up healing.
Eye Wash – Make neen tea and letting it cool, then use this cool tea as a wonderful soothing eyewash works great for tired, irritated, red eyes.
Digestion – Drinking neem tea or eating 10 or 12 neem leaves everyday also keeps bad bacteria under control… while allowing good bacteria to thrive in the GI tract.
Acne – Adding neem leaf tea to your bath water (add a liter of neem tea) will help with acne. Make neem leaf paste and using it as a facial mask works great for acne. Also making a blended paste of one cup yogurt, 30 neem leaves, just enough milk to make a paste, and the rind of one orange… and place it on your face until dry, then wash it off works great for blackheads, whiteheads, pimples, and clogged pores.
Immune Boosting – Neem leaf tea is a good immune boosting agent that works well to keep away cardiovascular disease, strokes, and cancer.
Antioxidant – Neem leaves are full of powerful antioxidants that are important for maintaining good health.
Cancer – There is some research showing that neem leaves have antimutagenic and anticarcinogenic properties… thus helping to prevent cancer.
Toothpaste – Take a box of organic baking soda and add 50 neem leaves and enough organic coconut oil to make the mixture blend in a powerful blender. Add some stevia for sweetness and a little aromatic oil of your choice such as lemon extract, mint oil, or cinnamon oil, blend until smooth and you have a great antibacterial toothpaste.
High Blood Pressure – Neem leaf tea also lowers blood pressure.
Chickenpox – Add neem leaf tea to your bath water (add about 2 liters of neem tea to your bath) will keep the irritation and pain associated with chickenpox under control.
Natural Insect Repellant – Neem oil is great natural insect repellant and works well for scabies, lice, biting insects, and other pests.
Detoxing Agent – Neem also helps to detox the blood of environmental toxins… and helps to prevent and repair DNA damage.
Skin – Neem tea or neem leaf paste is also great for speeding up wound healing. Neem also helps with psoriasis, boils, eczema, skin allergies, warts, and cold sores. Plus it also helps to tone skin and give it a lustrous healthy look.
Diabetes – Drinking neem tea made of 12 leaves steeped in 2 cups of hot water for 5 minutes, then drinking twice a day will lower blood sugar. Or a person can eat 10 or 12 neem leaves and that lowers blood sugar too… plus neem can lower the amount of insulin a person uses by up to 50% or more.
Headaches – Neem tea can also help with pounding headaches.
Drinking Neem Water – Drinking neem water is a great way to stay healthy, just boil 30 leaves to a liter of water for 15 minutes, then add another liter of water and let cool… this water is a good preventative for disease in general.
Hair Tonic – Make neem tea and use it as a rinse after shampooing keeps away dandruff, hair loss, and dry scalp. Also if you have frizzy hair adding honey to your neem tea and using it as a rinse will help.
Burns – Take cold neem tea and pour the tea over the burn area, and it will heal faster and the pain will start to go away.
Birth Control – Neem is being looked at as a natural birth control agent for both men and women… but more research must be done.
Forms – Neem can be used as a natural leaves, tea, in capsules, in shampoos, in body washes, in toothpaste, ointments, powders, tablets, creams, tinctures, and infusions.
Finding – A neem tree will easily grow in your yard, and you can also google “Buy Neem_____” and the product you want will come up. Or you can ask for neem products at your local health food store. And even on Amazon they have neem in all forms… including loose leaves, tea, ointments, even neem tree seeds you can plant… and more.
Making Neem Tea – Neem tea is made with 12 leaves steeped in 2 cups of hot water for 5 minutes.
No Side Effects – To date neem leaves have been consumed and made into tea without any side effects of any kind for thousands of years. But those who are pregnant and small children should not use neem.
Keep neem around the house at all times, it will come in handy!
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