Dried neem leaves
Neem is a natural herb that comes from the neem tree, other names for which include Azadirachta indica and Indian lilac. The extract comes from the seeds of the tree and has many different traditional uses. Neem is known for its pesticidal and insecticidal properties, but people also use it in hair and dental products.
The botanical name of dried neem leaves is Azadirachta indica. It is also known as Indian lilac, nim tree, neem is a tree in the mahogany. It belongs to the meliaceae family. It is 1 or 2 species in the genus of Azadirachta. It is native to India and the subcontinent of Indian are Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. Dried neem leaves are the fast growing tree. The large perennial tree can reach 15-20 m (49-66 ft) and seldom 35-40 m (115-131) in height. It is an evergreen tree. The branches of this tree are wide and diffusion
- It is beneficial for treating boils.
- Dried neem leaves are the treat to smallpox.
- It is used in skin creams,soaps , and body lotions to treat various skin problems.
- It helps to massage your gums to treat pyorrhoea and also strengthen the gums.
- It helps to treat the problem of head lice, excessive hair, dandruff and also improves hair growth
Neem leaves are dried and placed in cupboards to prevent insects, and also in rice storing tins. Dry neem leaves are extensively used in medicine for the treatment of inflammation, infections, fever, skin diseases and dental disorders. Neem leaves and their constituents possess immune-modulatory, anti-inflammatory, anti-hyperglycaemic, antiulcer, anti-malarial, antifungal, antibacterial, antiviral, antioxidant, anti-mutagenic and anti-carcinogenic properties.
Neem oil is used for healthy hair, to improve liver function, detoxify the blood, and balance the blood sugar levels.
Neem is a natural alternative to synthetic pesticides. Neem seeds are ground into a powder, soaked overnight in water and sprayed onto the crop. It serves as an anti-feedant, repellent, and egg-laying deterrent, protecting the crop from damage.
Neem is a fast-growing tree and can reach a height of 15-20 metres. It has white and fragrant flowers arranged in the form of drooping axillary panicles. Its fruit is a smooth olive-like drupe which varies in shape from elongate oval to nearly roundish. Normally the neem tree thrives in areas with sub-arid to sub-humid conditions on well drained deep and sandy soils.