Guwahati: Neem tastes bitter, but is it packed with limitless amazing health benefits.
From head to the toe, Neem tree is filled with health benefits. Its bark, seed, root, fruit, leaf, twig, and flower are healthy for our bodies.
The leaf extract is very good for dental plaque, and also kills lice. Neem lowers blood sugar levels, treat stomach ulcers.
Neem bark possesses antibacterial and astringent qualities that aid in the healing of wounds.
In villages in India, Neem tree twigs are just snapped off in the morning, and chewed and used as tooth brush; they stop tooth decay, poor breath, and bleeding gums.
Neem bark has antioxidant qualities, removes worms, and manages fever.
Neem powder is used in making mouthwash, treats stomach aches and improves immunological function.
Neem leaf is blessed with antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and antifungal properties.
Neem tree is perfect to treat acne, ringworm, and eczema and also aids in blood purification. It is the best medicine to treat dandruff.
Farmers often use Neem as a pesticide. Neem is also good for our hair. It is a major component in a large number of shampoo brands.