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Dosage: 2-3 gm to be taken once or twice daily with warm water.
To treat skin problems, take equal amounts of neem powder and water to make a paste. Apply on the affected area. Wait till dry and wash off.
Quantity: 100 Gm
“Totally love it! I have been using Neem leaves for skin issues but it was cumbersome to store them. This makes my life easier!”
“My experience with this has been great! I use it over my acne and drink its kadha. Both ways, it solves the problem!”
“I regularly take this to treat my stomach issues. It has worked well to prevent infections and indigestion in my gut. Highly recommended!”
Anti-inflammatory in nature. Removes toxins from blood to prevent skin damage. Has potent antioxidants which nourish tissues. Cures pimples, rashes and skin infections. Lightens appearance of wrinkles and fine lines by promoting cellular regeneration. Inhibits growth of infection causing microbes.
Acts as anticonvulsant. Has potent antiviral and antibacterial qualities. Contains more than 70 bioactive compounds which repel microbes. Stimulates the white blood cells into action. Supports metabolic activities to enhance immune response. Keeps the oral cavity free from bacteria.
Fights off infections in intestine. Flushes out toxins from the liver, spleen and stomach. Keeps a check on the production of stomach acid. Increases level of gastric mucus. Soothes stomach lining to cure ulcers. Protects liver from free radical damage.
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The powder contains pure extracts of Neem tree:
Yes, very much! Neem is a strong herb. If it is taken in unregulated amounts or over long periods of time, it can cause serious side effects like vomiting, loss of consciousness, blood disorders and even death.
Yes, you can use neem powder in water for internal as well as external use. Neem water can be used as a decoction or simply a disinfectant for washing eyes, wounds and bruised skin.
It is not advised to consume neem powder without doctor’s prescription. Ayurveda suggests usage of the herb for a month at least for getting all of its benefits. Though this period might vary according to your present health condition.
Neem is a miraculous tree because each of its parts can be used for medicinal purposes. Its fruits and flowers can treat gastrointestinal issues from haemorrhoids to urinary disorders. Its seed and stem oils are highly beneficial for curing skin issues and as a mosquito repellent.
Neem leaves are characteristically bitter. So, their powder is also bitter to taste and has a grassy aroma to it.
It contains natural compounds that increase the speed of recovery from digestive ulcers, killing bacteria, and promoting blood circulation.
Besides the neem leaf powder, you can also use the neem extract tablets to enjoy equal benefits. They are made from 100% organically grown neem trees and thus, free from harmful metals.
Definitely! You can use neem powder paste for getting rid of many kinds of skin and hair problems like rashes, acne, dandruff etc. You can even apply it on damaged skin for promoting healing and reducing itching, dryness etc,.
Diabetes patients are strictly advised to use neem under medical supervision, since it reduces blood sugar levels. Being a strong herb it can interact with other chemical medicines as well. So, it is better to consult your physician before following allopathic medicines with neem decoction.
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