Neem is a large branched evergreen tree found widely in India. Its latin name, Azadirachta has been derived from Arabic language Azadirach-E-Hind, meaning a free growing tree of India.
All parts of the Neem tree - its leaves, flowers, seeds, fruits, roots and bark - are highly regarded in Ayurvedic medicine.
• The stem bark is an astringent as are the root bark and young fruits.
• Fresh Neem twigs are often used for cleaning the teeth
• The seed is a stimulant
• The oils extracted from Neem’s leaves and seeds have
antiseptic and insect repellant properties.
Uses and Actions
• Supports a healthy response to fungus*
• Bitter stimulant*
• Skin tonic*
• Immune supportive*
• Blood sugar support*
• Digestive support*
• Skin support*
• Liver detox*