In the Realm of Ayurveda, Neem is a popular medicinal herb that has been part of conventional treatments that date back almost 5000 years.
Also known as Azadirachta Indica from English or ‘Neemba‘ in Sanskrit,it is home to more than 130 different biologically active chemicals! No wonder it is such an effective anti-viral and anti-bacterial, along with becoming a potent immuno-stimulant. The primary purpose of neem leaves is that the treatment of vaata ailments or psychiatric pains. Then come the other advantages: purify the bloodstream, and prevent damage brought on by free radicals in your system, eliminate toxins, cure insect bites and blisters. Neem leaves have antibacterial properties that’s the reason why it works wonders on diseases, burns and any kind of skin problems.
Here are some excellent Ways we could use neem leaves:
Wound healer: Make a paste from the neem leaves and then dab it on your wounds or insect bites a couple of times a day until it heals.
Goodbye dandruff: Drink a whole lot of neem leaves until the water turns green, let it cool. After washing your hair with shampoo, then cleanse it using this water.
Eye Trouble: Drink a few neem leaves, then allow the water cool thoroughly then use it to wash your eyes. This can help any kind of irritation, fatigue or discoloration.
Heal that zit: Employ a few neem leaves, make a paste and then use it daily till the acne dries out. The glue also helps any kind of eruptions, dark stains and chronic ailments.
Ear ailments: Blend some neem leaves and add some honey into it. Use several drops of the mixture to deal with any ear stalks.
Other skin disorders: dermis blended with a paste of neem leaves may also be used for eczema, itching, ring worms along with a few mild skin ailments.
Boost immunity: Crush some neem leaves and then shoot them with a glass of water to maximize your immunity.