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INTRODUCTION

Neem is a common tree found in India also named Azadirachta indica. The height of this tree is 15 to 20m in height. It is an evergreen tree with wide branches. The flowers are arranged axillary. The fruit of this tree is smooth with round shape. Neem herb is greatly beneficial in skin problems such as acne, skin rashes, skin allergies, pimples, etc. Not only is this, but it is also effective in diabetes, diabetic ulcers, dental plaque, gingivitis, psoriasis, etc.

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Synonyms

What are the different synonyms of the herb Neem?

Azadirachta indica, Neem, Margosa tree, Nimb, Neemo, Nim, Nimgaacch, Indian Lilac, Leemado, Veppu, Chikkabevu, Aryaveppu, Kadunimba, Aaruveppu, Vempu, Vemu, Vepa, Picumardah, Picumandah, Huchchabevu, Prabhadrah, Aristah.

Sources

What is the source of the herb Neem and which part is useful?

The main source of herb Neem is plant-based and its bark, leaves and fruits are used due to medicinal values.

Health Benefits

Various Health  Benefits of Herb Neem

How Neem is beneficial for various skin disorders?

Ayurvedic point of view:

As per Ayurveda the main reason for skin diseases is an increase in pitta dosha & dushit rakta (impure blood ). The herb Neem has bitter property & is astringent in nature. The blood purifying & antibacterial property of herb Neem deal with various skin disorders.

Modern point of view:

The accumulation of toxins in the body is responsible for various skin disorders. Neem herb has blood purifying & antioxidant properties. These properties relieve symptoms related to skin disorders.

 

What are the health benefits of Neem for Psoriasis?

Ayurvedic point of view:

According to Ayurveda, Psoriasis is known as Kitibh Kushtha. The symptoms such as redness, burning sensation, irritation, itching, and patches are seen in psoriasis patients. Neem herb helps to reduce the symptoms related to psoriasis due to its anti-allergic, antibacterial, antifungal, & antiseptic properties.

Modern point of view:

In psoriasis patients skin rashes, dryness, patches, irritation, & inflammation is common. The herb neem deal with all the symptoms due to its anti-inflammatory & anti-oxidant properties.

How much effective is the herb Neem?

The herb Neem shows insufficient evidence in health issues like skin diseases, diabetes mellitus, psoriasis, dental plaque, head lice, malaria, diabetic ulcers, etc.

 

Dosage

What is the recommended dosage of herb Neem?

Neem Capsule: Take 1 to 2 capsules once or twice daily or as recommended by the physician.

Neem Powder: Take 1 teaspoonful once or twice daily or as recommended by the physician.

Neem Tablet: Take 1 to 2 tablets once or twice daily or as recommended by the physician.

Neem Syrup: Take 1 to 2 teaspoonful once or twice daily or as recommended by the physician.

Neem Juice: Take 15 to 20ml once or twice daily or as recommended by the physician.

Neem Leaves: Take 4 to 5 fresh leaves or as recommended by the physician.

Neem Oil: Take 1 to 2 drops & apply over the affected area once or twice.

Neem Soap: You can use neem soap for bathing daily.

Neem Face wash: Use neem face wash for acne, pimples, pigmentation like skin problems.

Healthy Tips

Neem oil can be used for treating Psoriasis for local application. The standardized extract of the Neem filled in vegetarian capsule can be used in Psoriasis.

FAQs

  1. Does the herb Neem beneficial for worm infestations?
    Ayurvedic point of view:
    Yes, neem is beneficial for worm infestation. The anti-worm, anthelmintic property of herb neem prevents the growth of worms. It helps to remove the worms too.
    Modern point of view:
    The leaves of the herb Neem show the anthelmintic property that suppresses parasite activity. Hence, all worms are removed from the body.
  2. How Neem herb good for getting relief from Malaria?
    Ayurvedic point of view:
    The herb neem is bitter in taste & shows as anti-microbial property. It prevents the growth of infection. All symptoms related to malaria are treated with the herb neem.
    Modern point of view:
    Neem herb suppresses the growth of the malarial parasite due to its antimalarial property. The antioxidant nature of neem removes all toxins out from the body.
  3.  Is Neem beneficial in Diabetes mellitus?
    Ayurvedic point of view:
    Yes, the herb neem helps to reduce high blood sugar levels. The neem herb has a bitter (Tikta) taste & removes ama (toxins). This herb shows anti-diabetic property that helps control the high blood sugar levels.
    Modern point of view:
    Nimbinin in herb neem helps to lower high blood sugar levels. The leaves of neem show the anti-diabetic property that manages diabetes mellitus due to its bitter taste.
  4. How can we use Neem for head lice?
    Ayurvedic point of view:
    The dry & bitter quality of neem controls dandruff & removes head lice. Head lice are developed due to insecticidal infection. So the anti-microbial property of neem herb prevents the growth of head lice.
    Modern point of view:
    A modern research shown that Neem seed extract based shampoo if used regularly and kept applied for 5 minutes [in children] and 15 minutes [in adults] can kill the lice larvae significantly.
  5. Is Neem beneficial for Dental plaque?
    Ayurvedic point of view:
    According to Ayurveda, the astringent (kashaya) nature of the herb Neem deals with dental plaque problems. It reduces the risk of tooth decay & gum bleeding. Small branches of Neem tree are used since ages as natural dental brush called “daatun” in India. Many Indians, chew the small piece of Neem tree branch, and turns it into a natural brush and use daily morning to cleanse their teeth.
    Modern point of view:Neem shows antimicrobial, antioxidant, & anti-bacterial properties. These properties deal with dental plaque naturally. It helps in dental problems such as tooth decay, gingivitis, & cavities, etc. So, use this herb for treating dental plaque.

Side Effects

Common side effects & precautions while consuming Neem:

The common side effects that are seen while Neem consumption is nausea, vomiting, drowsiness, diarrhoea, damaged liver, & stomach upset.

Precautions that should be taken care – Neem is strictly prohibited for pregnant women, breastfeeding, and children. They must always take this herb under the supervision of a doctor.

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