Beautanicals Herb Nursery


Neem Leaf - dried herb -22gm

Neem Leaf - dried herb -22gm Image

Village Pharmacy, Margosa, Nimba (Sanskrit), Sarva Roga, Nivarini (Sanskrit)
Parts Used: Bark, twigs, leaves, root, seeds, sap.

Properties: Alterative, Antibacterial, Anthelmintic, Antiemetic, Antifungal, Anti-inflammatory, Antiseptic, Antiviral, Bitter Tonic, Febrifuge, Hypoglycemic, Immune Stimulant, Pediculicide, Spermicidal, Vermifuge.

Internal Uses: Arrhythmia, Arthritis, Cough, Diabetes, Eczema, Fever, Jaundice, Malaria, Nausea, Obesity, Rheumatism, Tumors, Ulcers, Worms

Internal Applications: Tea, Tincture, Capsules.

Its antibacterial properties are good for Staph and Clostridia.
Neem effectively kills lice, and the seeds in particular can be used as a spermicide. Mahmoodin shows significant activity against a wide range of micro-organisms.
Topical Uses: Acne, Athlete's Foot, Boils, Chickenpox, Eczema, Gingivitis, Hemorrhoids, Leprosy, Plaque, Rash, Ringworm, Scabies, Wounds

Topical Applications: Bath for chickenpox, rashes and wounds. Juice from leaves is applied to boils and eczema. Bark decoction is applied to hemorrhoids. Twigs are used as toothbrushes to prevent gum disease, treat gingivitis and prevent plaque buildup. Oil is used to condition hair. Leaves are used in salves and soap to treat acne, athletes foot and ringworm.
Oil and sap are used in treatment of leprosy and scabies.
When Neem is added to cosmetic products it can help preserve the products as well as benefit many skin conditions.

Energetics: Bitter, Pungent, Cool.

Chemical Constituents: Mahmoodin, flavonoids, meliacins, triterpene bitters, tannins.

Contraindications: Not for infants, elderly or the infirm.
Considered safe and has a long history of use; however, long term internal use may result in anemia, weakness, loss of appetite and weight loss.

Due to exorbitant overseas postage costs, the dried herbs can only be posted within Australia.