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Plants parts of an organic neem tree used in herbal medicines

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Nature neem plant parts (100 % organic)

Nautre Neem Plants parts of an organic neem tree used in herbal medicines

We do also prepare different neem plant parts that are used for different herbal medicines.  Package is done as per the demands of our customers. Specific formulation such as Neem based shampoos, Neem pet shampoos are also done based on the specific demands of the customers

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Astonishing  : discover the healing Power and Curative Properties of Neem

 

Neem tree is generally considered to be an air purifier and a preventive against malarial fever and cholera. All parts of the tree possess medicinal properties. The leaves are useful in relieving flatulence, promoting the removal of catarrhal matter and phlegm from the bronchial tubes, and in increasing secretion and discharge of urine. They also act as an insecticide. The bark is a bitter tonic and a stimulant. It arrests secretions and bleeding besides counter-acting any spasmodic disorders. The root bark has the same properties as the bark of the trunk. The gum discharged by the stem is a stimulant and tonic with a soothing effect on the skin and mucous membranes.

 

Malaria

An infusion or a decoction of the fresh leaves is a bitter vegetable tonic and alterative, especially in chronic malarial feveI1 because of its action on the liver. It should be taken in doses of 15 to 60 grams.

 

Piles

The use of 3 grams of the inner bark of neem with 6 grams of jaggery every morning, is very effective in' piles. To cheek! bleeding piles, 3 or 4 neem fruits can be administered with water.

 

Leprosy

The sap of the neem tree has been found effective in leprosy, when taken in daily doses of 60 grams. Simultaneously the patient's body should be massaged with the sap. This regimen should be continued for 40 days. If the sap is not available, 12 grams of neem leaves and three decigrams of pepper can be ground in water and taken.

 

Skin Disorders

The leaves, applied externally, are very useful in skin diseases. They- are especially beneficial in the treatment of boils, chronic ulcers, eruptions of smallpox, syphilitic sores, glandular swellings and wounds. They can be used either as a poultice, decoction or liniment. An ointment prepared from neem leaves is also very effective in healing ulcers and wounds. This ointment is prepared by frying 50 grams of the leaves in 50 grams of pure ghee and mashing the mixture thoroughly in the same ghee till an ointment consistency is obtained. A paste prepared from the bark by rubbing it in water can also be applied on wounds.

 

Hair Disorders

If there is any hair loss or it has ceased to grow, washing with the decoction of neem leaves may help. This will not only stop hair from falling but also help their growth. Frequent application of neem oil also destroys insects in the hair.

 

Eye Diseases

Neem is very useful in eye diseases. Application of the juice of neem leaves to the eyes every night is highly effective in the treatment of night blindness. The leaves should be pounded and made into a thin paste with water. The juice€ should then be pressed out through a clean piece of cloth and applied to the eyes with an eye rod.

The juice obtained by rubbing a few neem leaves with a little water and strained through a clean piece of cloth is useful in pain in the eyes caused by conjunctivitis. It is warned, and a few drops put into the ear opposite the ailing eye to give relief. Eyes are cured after a few applications.

 

Ear Ailments

Steam fomentation with neem decoction provides immediate. comfort in cases of earache. A handful of neem leaves should be boiled in a litre of water and the ear fomented with the steam thus produced. The juice of neem leaves mixed with an equal quantity of pure honey is an effective remedy for any boils in the ear. The juice is to be warmed a little and a few drops fused in the ear. Regular application for a few days will provide relief from such ailments.

In case of an insect fluxing in the ear the juice of neem leaves, with some common salt, is warmed and few drops injected in the ear, kill the insect. Two drops of lukewarm neem oil put in the ear twice a day can cure deafness.

 

Oral Disorders

Cleaning the teeth regularly with a neem twig prevents gum diseases. It £inns up loose teeth, relieves toothache, evacuates the bad odour and protects the mouth from various infections.

 

Other Uses

Post-Parturition Disorders: Neem is very useful at the time of child-birth. Administration of the juice of neem leaves to the woman in labour before childbirth produces normal contraction in the uterus and prevents possible inflammation. It corrects bowel movements and checks onset of fevers, thereby facilitating the normal delivery. The use of a tepid decoction of neem leaves as a vaginal douche heals any wound caused during delivery and disinfects the vaginal passage.

 

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Disclaimer : All these treatements  has been ransmitted orally by Indian ancestors . Further auyervedic scripts and other ancienne medicinal writings supports these treatments. However these facts has never been tested or proved for the time through modern medicinal science.

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Nature Neem Seeds*

Dried neem seeds from organic trees de-pulped

 

Dried neem seeds free of foreign materials

 

Nature Neem Kernel

Inner soft part of the neem seeds that is obtained by dehulling the dried neem seeds*

 

Dried neem Kernels free of foreign materials

 

Nature neem seed powder

Well dried and cleaned neem seeds that were powdered for enabling it for different uses

 

Semi-dried and oily powder with limited storage

 

Nature Neem leaves

(medicinal usage)

Mature leaves from the organic trees dried in partial shade

 

In its natural state as crumbled leaves 

As dry powder

 

Nature Neem Bark

(Medicinal usage)

Dried barks from organic trees cleaned from foreign materials

 

In its natural state as dried barks

As dry powder

 

Nature Neem Fruits

Matured fully ripened yellow from organic trees , cleaned from cleaned from foreign materials

 

Dry (upto10 % moisture)

Semi-Dry (upto 20% moisture) with limited storage

Fresh (about 50% moisture) with limited storage

 

Nature Neem Flower

(medicinal usage)

White to Pink colored neem flowers from organic trees

 

Dried or semi dried raw flowers with soft twigs

 

Nature Neem Twig

(medicinal usage)

Neem twigs collected from organic trees

 

Dried or semi dried neem twigs of about half a cm girth and desired length

 

Nature Neem Gum

(medicinal usage)

Clear, bright and brown-coloured discharges of Neem trunk collected as Neem gum

 

Partially dried brown crumbles of gums.

 

Nature Neem Root

(medicinal usage)

Dried neem roots collected from fallen or old trees about to be replaced. Mostly the fibrous parts are collected than the woody roots used for anchorage.

 

Dried or semi dried cleaned root of desired size