A native medicinal plant of India it is a skin specialist. It is called Azadirachta Indica l Neem. It grows up to 130 feet high in tropics. All parts of the tree are useful-oil, leaves, fruit, bark, kernel and also gum. Its uses are versatile in nature. Description:
It is an excellent remedy for fungal skin and bacteria as it has anti-inflammatory properties. It is an anti-viral for small and chicken pox. It reduces the fever, boils, lice from head, psoriasis too. It is an insecticide that is an excellent repellant to flies, lice and mosquitoes. It is also used to cure malaria. Its extended utility includes cure of urinary diseases, piles, intestinal worms and leprosy. Benefits:
when the patient complains of acne, skin allergies or inflammation, infections this remedy is used for treatment. It purifies the blood and removes the toxins. It can help the skin to glow with regular use. Dosage:
swallow two capsules with water once a day after the meals.Precautions:
Neem is a very strong evergreen tree. Its unwise application can result in damage to the kidney and liver. It can cause allergies and Reye’s syndrome. Pregnant women may also have a miscarriage. A patient can also develop low BP, vomiting, diarrhea and yellowing of the skin. This treatment is to be used only under strict medical supervision.