As per Ayurveda
Neem has been used in India since 2000-4000 BC, and was referred to in ancient Indian texts. All parts of the neem tree were used, the leaves, twigs, and oil from the nuts. Neem trees are cherished in India, where they are considered good luck. Since India’s neem trees were used so extensively, they were affectionately referred to as “the village pharmacy”. Even today, neem is a key herb used in Ayurvedic and Unani medicine.
Neem is A powerful blood purifier. Excellent antiseptic for teeth, gums & skin. May help to lower levels of blood sugar already in the healthy range and support healthy cholesterol that are already in the normal range.
The persian name for Neem is Azad Darakth or the Free Tree. It is called Sarvo Roga Nivarins (the curer of all ailments) in Indian religion and other ancient texts.
Neem has strong antiparasitisic qualities & is a powerful blood purifier. As such it also clears the digestive tract of parasites and toxins. It has a long history of outstanding results for all kinds of skin disorders. Neem leaf powder *may help to regulate blood sugar and blood pressure all ready in the normal range.It supports healthy gums and teeth.
Neem Herb has many benificial properties to build and maintain a strong immune system.
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