The neem tree has been recognised as having beneficial properties thousands of years ago. In fact, there is evidence that as long ago as 4,500 years ago neem was already being used. Its use originated in ancient India and neighbouring countries, where it has long been revered as one of the most versatile plants known. Even today, the neem tree is esteemed as the “Village Dispensary” – every part of it known to possess unique value.
Skin and Blood. Neem is famous and celebrated for promoting healthy skin and a clear complexion. Due in part to its bitter taste, it has an incredibly cooling effect on the body, reducing excess heat that can manifest as skin blemishes.
Immune System. Its detoxifying effects on the body make it a great immune booster.
Blood Sugar. The purifying benefits neem has on the body’s blood and circulation also help support healthy blood sugar levels already in the normal range.
Metabolism. Neem’s kapha-reducing properties encourage proper fat and water digestion and elimination, keeping water retention from accumulating in the body.
Skin Moisture and Softness. Neem’s skin benefits work both internally and externally. As an external application, Neem oil or soap helps soothe and lubricate the skin.
Hair. For those with excess pitta and heat trapped in the scalp and hair follicles, Neem is terrific for cooling the scalp and supporting the growth of lustrous, smooth hair.
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