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The Benefits and Uses of Neem

The Neem tree (Azadirachtaindica) is a tropical evergreen tree native to India and the Indian subcontinent including Nepal, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri lanka. It is typically grown in tropical and semi-tropical regions. Its fruits and seeds are the source of neem oil. It has been used in the Ayurvedic tradition for thousands of years for maintaining health and overall well-being. Every part of this tree has medicinal value and all parts of this tree can be used, the sap, twigs, flowers, seed kernels, gum, fruits and roots. Neem has antibacterial, antiparasitic, antifungal, anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties that not only benefit your health but also can help you to get rid of common beauty problems.The Sanskrit name ‘nimba’ comes from the term ‘nimbatisyasthyamdadati’ which means ‘to give good health’. Neem has a garlic-like odour, and a bitter taste. The various parts of this tree have many uses that aptly give neem its name in Sanskrit- “sarvaroganivarini”, meaning ‘the reliever of all diseases’. Some of the important uses of various parts of the neem tree are:


1. Benefits of Neem for skin :

Neem is a good fighter against skin problem. If you rub your body with neem paste before taking a bath, wait few minutes to dry it and wash it off with water. It will act as an antibacterial cleanser. Alternatively you can soak some neem leaves in water overnight and bath with this water in the morning.


2. Neem leaves for hair :

Add a cup of fresh neem leaves to boiling water and use this water to risen your hair after shampooing your hair. The anti- bacterial property of neem helps to treat dry scalp, dandruff and hair fall issues.


3. Neem leaves for chickenpox :

Neem leaves are used to treat chickenpox. A patient is always advised to take a bath with neem water to soothe the patient’s skin and prevent additional spreading of the infection. In order to increase immunity of the body, neem leaves are also taken internally in the form of neem capsules or made into a tea.


4. Neem as cancer reliever :

Neem has many medicinal benefits, but one of the most important thing is that it kills cancer cells. Neem bark leaves contain polysaccharides and liomnoids which are beneficial for alleviating cancer and tumor cells.

 

5. Effects of neem on Blood :



Neem leaves are known to be an effective blood cleanser and drinking neem infused boiled water control high sugar. Neem leaves extract is effective in purifying blood, removing toxins defending against inflictions and damages from free radicals in the body. Neem leaves helps to improving blood circulation and decreases elevated heart rates. It is famous for malaria treatment and diabetes.
 

6. Antibacterial property :

The world is full of bacteria and our body also. Some bacteria help our body but some bacteria can cause you trouble. If you consume a certain amount of neem on daily basis, it will kill the troublesome bacteria in the intestinal region and colon will remain clean and free of infection.

 
7. For injuries :



A burn injury can be healed faster with the usage of neem water. The application of neem water on the burnt surface helps to recover the skin faster and also protects against allergy and infection on the infected area.

 
8. Uses of Neem oil :



Neem oil is extracted from the seeds of the neem tree and has insecticidal and medicinal properties for which it has been used to preparing cosmetics such as soap, shampoo, balms and creams as well as toothpasate.

 

9. Uses of neem twigs :



Neem twigs are first chewed as a toothbrush and then split as a tongue cleaner. This practice has been use in India, Africa and the Middle East countries. It improves dental hygiene.

 
10. Cure Acne :

Neem leaves for skin can also be used as a toner. Just dip a cotton ball in boiled neem water and wipe your face overnight. This will clear acne, scars, pigmentation and black heads.


   Vernacular names
 
      Names for this plant in various languages include:
  • Arabic - Neeb, Azad-darakhul-hind, ShajaratAlnnim
  • Assamese - Neem
  • Bengali - Nim
  • English - Margosa, Neem Tree
  • French - Azadirac de l'Inde, margosier, margousier
  • German - Indischerzedrach, Grossblaettigerzedrach
  • Gujarati - DhanujhadaLimba
  • Hausa - Darbejiya, Dogonyaro
  • Hindi - Neem
  • Kannada - Bevu
  • Malayalam - Ariyaveppu
  • Manipuri - Neem 
  • Marathi - Kadunimba
  • Myanmar - Burma- Tamar
  • Persian - Azad Darakth e hind, neeb, nib
  • Portuguese - Nimbo, Margosa, Amargoseira
  • Punjabi - Nimm
  • Sanskrit - Arishta, Pakvakrita, Nimbaka
  • Tamil – Veppai, Sengumaru
  • Telugu - Vepa

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