Neem is a tree. The bark, leaves, and seeds are used to make medicine. Less frequently, the root, flower, and fruit are also used.
Neem (Azadirachta indica) is a type of evergreen tree native to India.
In Ayurvedic medicine, neem extract has long been used for a variety of health-related purposes including _asthma, constipation, cough, diabetes, gastric ulcers, indigestion, periodontal disease, and urinary tract infection. Neem leaf has a different healing power that suits the human race, here are some of them
1. Dental Health
Neem may help fight plaque buildup and prevent gingivitis. It is good for mouthwash it has the properties to flushes out any mouth issues like chlorhexidine gluconate, a substance commonly used to prevent gum disease.
The researchers found neem mouthwash was as effective as the medication and suggested that neem may be a cost-effective alternative to any mouth medical phases.
2. Relieve dandruff
Evidence has proven that neem oil helps relieve dandruff. Dandruff can be caused by dry skin, a fungal infection, contact dermatitis, or other skin conditions.
Neem oil’s natural antifungal and anti-inflammatory properties help treat the underlying cause of a flaking scalp and relieve symptoms.
3. Treatment of acne
The topical application of neem oil may be helpful in the treatment of acne and other skin conditions due to its anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties.
In studies, a proprietary preparation of neem oil using was found to have an antibacterial effect on acne-causing microbes. The study noted that the oil can be used successfully as a long-term acne treatment.
4. Treatment of gastric ulcers
Neem shows promise in the treatment of gastric ulcer. Scientists concluded that neem bark extract supplements may help aid in ulcer control possibly by inhibiting the secretion of gastric acids, Just by boiling and drinking it.
5. Neem May Offer Anti-cancer benefits
A research review published in Cancer Biology and Therapy indicates that neem may offer anti-cancer benefits, including immune-stimulating and tumour-suppressing properties. Boiling it and drinking a glass cup of neem leaf does wonders.
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