Neem or Azadirachta indica is one of the most important trees that is native to the Indian Subcontinent. While it is found in several parts of the Middle East, the tree along with its entirety is put to medicinal use even today. It is one of the most versatile vegetation that can be used to cure a variety of ailments such as disorders of the eyes and stomach, intestinal worms, skin ulcers, gingivitis and much more including dandruff and hair loss.
Acts as a potent alternative medicine both internally and externally due to its anti-bacterial properties
General tonic for the immune system
Commonly associated with treating skin conditions but effects are extensive and go beyond just treating the skin
Consuming extracts of neem powder, paste, leaves or in any other form helps detoxify the body
Toxins in the liver are eliminated and the body’s metabolism is boosted
Neutralizes all pathogens, dirt, chemicals and other radicals that cause illness and irritation
Leaves contain quercetin, which is a flavonoid and nimbosterol or β- sitosterol and a number of liminoids. They also contain:
Cystine like Amino Acids
Several fatty acids
The flowers contain:
Tannins and non-tannins
Bark contains a polysaccharide, an anti-inflammatory
Due to neem’s antifungal and antibacterial attributes, it is used in several shampoos and scalp cleansers. With the herb, the skin remains hydrated, and moisturized and thus helps prevent dandruff. Hair is automatically strengthened and the health of the hair follicles is highly improved due to its antioxidant content. In traditional Indian medicine, neem is used to treat male pattern baldness and stimulate hair growth.