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These Are The Benefits Of Dogo Yaro Aka Neem.

The Origin Of Neem.

Neem scientific name is Azadirachta indica, also known as Indian lilac or dogonyaro, is an incredibly beneficial tree with great importance in Ayurveda.

The Neem tree is known to benefit the environment by increasing soil fertility, emanating a higher amount of oxygen than other trees, and by neutralizing soil acidity.

Neem is a natural herb that comes from the neem tree, other names for which include Azadirachta indica and Indian lilac.

With its healing properties known for over 4,000 years in its native India, the Neem tree is sacred to the Indian people.

The highest quality of Neem Oil is derived from Neem fruits that are picked from the tree rather than those that are collected after falling to the ground.

The ripened Neem fruits either fall from the trees on their own, or they are shaken, picked, or stripped off the trees.

These Are The Products That Can Be Manufactured From Neem.

Neem oil that's extracted from neem seeds is rich in medicinal properties which are what makes it a great ingredient in cosmetics and other beauty products : soaps, hair oil, hand wash, soap etc.

Neem seeds contain up to 45 % of a brown and bitter oil (Oil of Margosa) which can serve as fuel for lamps or for soap production.

Of all the commercially available Neem products, Neem Carrier Oil is said to be the most important for organic farming and medicines.

Many of these uses remain relevant today, making Neem Carrier Oil one of the most popular choices for use in the manufacturing of soaps, cosmetics, and massage oils.

Neem oil is used for preparing cosmetics (soap and shampoo, as well as lotions and others), and is useful for skin care such as acne treatment.

What Diseases Can Neem Be Used To Cure?

1.)In traditional medicine, neem has been used in the treatment of urinary disorders, skin disease, diabetes, fungal infections and viral diseases - a wonder drug!

2.)Other skin disorders : Turmeric combined with a paste of neem leaves can also be used for itching, eczema, ring worms and some mild skin diseases.

3.)Neem leaves have anti - bacterial properties which is why it works wonders on infections, burns and any kind of skin problems.

4.)Extracts from neem tree (Azadirachta indica) also called "dogonyaro" in Nigeria are most consistently recommended in ancient medical texts for gastrointestinal upsets, diarrhea and intestinal infections, skin ulcers and infections, and malaria (Schmutterer,1995).

5.)Traditionally, the Neem tree's derivatives were used topically to address such ailments as fevers, respiratory issues, tetanus infections, rheumatism, arthritis, jaundice, malaria, ringworm, lice, fungal and bacterial infections of the skin, scabies, hives, eczema, psoriasis, and gastrointestinal diseases.

Neem Can Be Used To Cure Viruses.

1.)Some of the more commonly known viruses include HIV, yellow fever virus, sandfly fever (Sicilian) virus and the hepatitis viruses.

2.)In another study, the extracts of neem had shown great antimicrobial activity against dangerous bacteria like S. mutans, E. faecalis, and S. aureus.

3.)This paper reviews the medicinal properties, clinical studies and safety concerns of this fractionated acetone - water neem leaves extract as a footstep to further studies both on the extract and/or its chemical constituents.

4.)In another study, intravenous administration of neem leaf alcoholic extract resulted in a significant reduction in blood pressure.

5.)The purified extract also inhibits the viral development of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), yellow fever virus and sandfly fever (Sicilian) virus, and inhibits development of both sexual (gametocytes) and asexual (schizonts) forms of human malarial parasites.

Neem Can Be Used For Hair Growth.

1.)Massaging your scalp with neem oil can increase the blood circulation in the scalp and help in enhancing the rate of hair growth.

2.)Regular use of neem keeps our locks healthy by keeping the scalp nourished, reducing hair fall, increasing hair growth, conditioning the hair, promoting hair regrowth, and killing lice.

3.) For great hair : Take some neem oil and rub it into the scalp, leave it in for a while and wash.

4.)Regular application of Neem Oil to the scalp moisturizes hair from root to tip, maintains the health of the scalp, and repairs split ends, which can arrest the development of hair growth and create frizz.

5.)An alternative to massaging the oil into the scalp is to add a few drops of Neem Oil to a shampoo of personal preference before each wash.

Neem Can Be Used As Solvent.

1.)The extraction product designated IRAB is the residue after solvent evaporation of the precipitates from the sides of the rotor flask.

2.) During the rotor - evaporation process, fractions of the extracted compound continuously separate and precipitate on the sides of the rotor flask.

3.) In this case, the procedure consists of heating the extract under reduced pressure using a water bath at 60 - 90AdegC to evaporate the extraction solvent with the extract - containing rotor flask being rotated continuously.

4.) During the process of rotor - evaporation, fractions of the extracted compound continuously separated and precipitated on the sides of the rotor flask.

5.) Buchi - type rotor - evaporation system was used to recover both the solvent and extracted compounds from the liquid extract under vacuum at 80AdegC-90AdegC.

Neem Consumption And Dosage.

1.)Besides such inert diluents, compositions can also include adjuvants, such as wetting agents, emulsifying and suspending agents, and sweetening, flavoring, and perfuming agents.

2.) Such dosage forms can also comprise, as is normal practice, additional substances other than inert diluents, e.g., lubricating agents such as magnesium stearate.

3.)The dosage of active ingredient in the compositions of this invention may be varied; however, it is necessary that the amount of the active ingredient shall be such that a suitable dosage form is obtained.

4.)The compounds of this invention can be administered by oral, parenteral (intramuscular, intraperitoneal, intravenous (IV) or subcutaneous injection), nasal, vaginal, rectal, or sublingual routes of administration, and can be formulated in dosage forms appropriate for each route of administration.







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