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Medical properties of Neem have been known to Indians since time immemorial. The earliest Sanskrit medical writings refer to the benefits of Neems fruits, seeds, oil, leaves, roots and barks. Each of these has been used in the Ayurvedic and Unani systems of medicines.
Neem provides an answer to many incurable diseases. It is bitter, alterative, antifungal and antibacterial. One of the most powerful blood purifiers and detoxifiers in Herbal usage, Neem is often used to maintain healthy skin. Traditionally Neem has been used against heat-rash, acne, pimples, skin blemishes, boils, wounds, leprosy, skin disorders, leucoderma, stomach ulcers, chicken pox, etc. Its alterative properties help to clean, purify, and detoxify the blood, with a special effect also seen in liver conditions such as jaundice.
There is plenty of scientific backup for Neem’s immune enhancement properties as a booster of the macrophage’s effectiveness. Scientific studies indicate that Neem boosts the immune system by energizing lymphocytes cells to respond to infection and other challenges to the body’s immunity.
Modern research also confirms Neems curative powers in case of many diseases and provides indications that Neem might in future be used much more widely. Also lowers blood sugar levels.
|Botanical Name||Hindi Name||Qty|
|Each 250 mg capsule contains:|
|Melia azadirachta Dried Extract (10:1)||(Berg-e-Neem)||250 mg.|