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Azadirachta indica, commonly known as neem, nimtree or Indian lilac, is a tree in the mahogany family Meliaceae. It is one of two species in the genus Azadirachta, and is native to the Indian subcontinent. It is typically grown in tropical and semi-tropical regions.

Consuming neem leaves helps in reduction in inflammation in the gastrointestinal tract. Neem leaves also help in reducing ulcers and a wide range of other intestinal issues, such as constipation, bloating, and cramping if taken regularly.

Neem tea is typically served hot. About 1 teaspoon should be used per 1 cup of 200-degree water (simmering but not boiling) and steeped for 5 to 10 minutes. It can also be chilled and served cold.

Neem leaves have so many health benefit and below are the health benefits of neem leaves so keep reading.

1 Neem leaves for fertility

The neem bark ethereal extract induces reversible changes in reproductive system of male rats and resulting into male infertility (Raji et al. ... Neem oil has been used as herbal vaginal contraceptive in human (Sharma et al. 1996). The role of NLE on female fertility regulation remains poorly understood.

2 How neem leaves help for skin?

Boil about 20 neem leaves in half a litre of water till the leaves are soft and discoloured, and the water turns green. Strain and store in a bottle. Dip a cotton-ball into it and wipe your face. Lightens skin blemishes: Apply a paste of neem powder, tulsi and sandalwood powder mixed with rose water, on your face.

3 Is Neem good for skin infection?

Neem preparations are reportedly efficacious against a variety of skin diseases, septic sores, and infected burns. The leaves, applied in the form of poultices or decoctions, are also recommended for boils, ulcers, and eczema. The oil is used for skin diseases such as scrofula, indolent ulcers, and ringworm.

4 What leaves can cure typhoid?

Basil is a popular herb which eases inflammation and joint pains which are common with home remedies for typhoid fever. It is also included in many Ayurvedic medicines and is said to cure many diseases including malaria.

5 Is Neem good for piles?

It is the oil obtained from neem seeds. Applying this oil on the affected area twice a day reduces pain and itching thereby reducing the probability of worsening the problem and simultaneously providing relief. It is used in both internal and external haemorrhoids.

6 Is neem leaves good for weight loss?

Helps you lose weight: Drinking neem juice on a regular basis will help you achieve a clean stomach and will improve your metabolism. Neem aids in the breakdown of body fat, which helps keep your weight in check. You can also make a concoction using neem, lemon and honey to further boost your metabolism.

7 Is neem leaves good for hair growth?

Neem, known for its medicinal properties is an effective herb to treat hair loss. Due to its antibacterial, antifungal and anti-inflammatory properties, neem is an excellent way to curb dandruff. It helps the hair follicles to become stronger and also encourages hair growth.

8 Is neem leaves good for face?"Picture used for illustrative purpose".

The antioxidants in neem are beneficial for reducing melanin production of your skin, which helps to even out your skin tone. It also reduces the dark spots, blemishes and any kind of redness on your skin. To make a cleansing neem face mask, take about 12 leaves of neem and grind it with water to make a paste.

9 Is neem leaves good for dandruff?

Neem has strong antibacterial, anti-fungal, and anti-inflammatory properties that can work together to help you get rid of dandruff.

10 Can neem leaves cure stretch marks?

Margosa oil or neem oil can help repair skin scars and work well on stretch marks. Full of Vitamin A and protein, egg whites can help reduce the appearance of stretch marks.

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