“Make Your Own Healing Black Neem Soap”

“Black Neem Soap is very healing for eczema, psoriasis, acne, rashes, and oily skin… and it’s soothing and does not dry the skin.”

Black Neem Soap

Activated charcoal works great for healing skin irritations and rashes and Neem has so many wonderful heal abilities for the skin.

Here’s how to make your own Black Neem Soap.


6 – Bars of Organic Vegetable Based Glycerin Soap.

1 – Teaspoon of Activated Charcoal Powder.

1 – Teaspoon of Aloe Vera Gel.

2 – Capsule Vitamin E Oil – Removed from the Capsules.

1 – Teaspoon of Pure Neem Oil.

3 – Teaspoons of Finely Ground Whole Organic Oats.

1 – Teaspoon of either Rosemary Extract, Lemon Oil, or Tangerine Oil… as a nice fragrance or any other natural fragrance that you like.

4 to 6 – Large Soap Box Molds – These molds can be made from wood or they can be ordered on-line or found at craft stores. Or one large mold can be used and then cut with a knife or a wire cheese cutter.

Use a medium inexpensive sauce pan place 6 bars of organic vegetable based glycerin soap and place over a double boiler… and slowly heat until nice and soft and it turns into a liquid but it should not be really hot.

Mix together all the rest of the ingredients.

Then very slowly add to the liquid soap all the rest of the ingredients and mix slowly. You don’t want this to splash or get on clothing… keep mixing until everything is incorporated well.

Now pure the mixture into the soap molds and let them set until they are very firm… this may take a couple of days. But they can also be place in the frig to speed up the process.

This makes 4 to 6 bars depending on the size that you prefer.

Activated Charcoal 

Activated Charcoal is a very common way to deal with GI problems and cleans away toxic substances from the body. Activated Charcoal is very absorbent and can take care of certain types of poisons. Works well for nausea, vomiting, colic, diarrhea, and acid reflux and it can help those who suffer from diverticulitis, peptic ulcers, and even bad breath.

Activated Charcoal is great for taking care of GI gas and the pain associated with gas… and Activated Charcoal can be used for detoxing the body and for cleansing the colon.

Activated Charcoal mixed with water and made into paste is wonderful for rashes, insect bites, and other skin irritations… and has even used for snake bites. Activated Charcoal works well for Brown Recluse Spider bites… and has been used for poison oak and ivy infections too.

Activated Charcoal is also a universal antidote for many poisons and toxins.

Activated Charcoal will absorb viruses, bacteria, and yeast infections… and thus help a person start to feel better if they have food poisoning. Activated Charcoal is used in most water filters to get rid of toxic elements in our water supply, and can even absorb heavy metals from water and air causing a toxic hazards.


Try a little neem oil on your scalp to get rid of dandruff. Neem oil is one of the best anti-fungal agents around, works well for ringworm and other fungal infections. Neem oil is a powerful anti-acne agent that helps with inflammation and clears away blemishes. Neem oil is a powerful antioxidant that helps to fight free radicals and thus slows the aging process and wrinkles.

It brings back youthful skin and elasticity. It also contains lots of great vitamins and fatty acids that help your skin stay young.

Neem oil is fantastic for eczema and psoriasis because it contains nimbidin which is a powerful anti-inflammatory agent… helping with redness, swelling, and a good antiseptic agent too. Neem oil also helps with painful skin as an analgesic. Neem oil has more antioxidant power than blueberries, broccoli, plums, cranberries, tomatoes, spinach, and grapefruit.

Neem oil is also well known for promoting hair growth. Add either coconut oil, almond oil, or sesame oil to neem oil, and use it as a shampoo for soft lustrous hair. Take one liter of very warm water and add 15 mils of neem oil, then soak your feet in this solution for 20 minutes daily for a week.

Enjoy this wonderful soap and have all your rashes, irritations, and problem skin disappear.

Dr. Paul Haider – Master Herbalist





Feel Free to Share – This information is meant to get you started… so you can do more research on your own… dig a little deeper and find what works for you. This article is for educational purposes only, I strongly recommend that you seek advice from your own GP, private doctor, or medical specialist for any ailment, illness, or medical condition.. this article not meant to be a scientific analysis in any way, shape, or form.

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