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Neem or Azadirachta Indica, popularly known as margosa is a large, evergreen tree. Neem has been used as a tonic and astringent that heartens wound healing. Neem or Azadirachta Indica traditionally being used because of its detoxifying benefits that help protects healthy circulatory, digestive, respiratory and urinary systems of the body. It is widely used for external applications in skin related problems. Neem or Azadirachta Indica extracts have wonderful effects like anti-diabetic, anti-bacterial, and anti-viral properties. Its standard ingredient is nimbin, nimbinin and nimbidin. All parts of the plant acquiesce b-sitosterol.
All the parts of the neem tree and active principles and extracts have a lot of notable pharmacological actions. Neem is bitter. It can be used as a poultice in case of boils; it works as anti-septic, demulcent, a tonic in catarrhal affections, stomachic, stimulant. It is obliging in snake bite, scorpion sting, hypoglycemic, in rheumatism, as an painkiller, antipyretic, sedative, anti-bacterial, anti-protozoa, antiviral, anathematic and in skin related problems. The tree stem, root and bark possess astringent, tonic, and anti-periodic properties. The bark of neem is beneficial in malarial fever and useful in other cutaneous diseases.
Neem is one of the most strong blood purifiers and detoxifiers in Ayurvedic system of medication, Neem is often used to protect healthy skin. There is plenty of scientific backup for Neem's immune escalation actions as a booster of the macrophage's efficiency. Scientific researches indicate that Neem boosts the immune system by bracing lymphocytes cells to respond to infection and other challenges to the body's immunity. Clinical studies were conducted on 9 patients of congestive heart failure (CHF) with anasarca to study the diuretic effect of sodium nimbidinate. 250 mgrams were given every day by (IM) injection in the gluteal region. The injections were repeated for 2 to 13 days with a regular of about 5 injections per patient. Four other patients were also studied as controls on the same lines with complete bed rest, little sodium diet and sufficient digitalization without any diuretic. Eight of the patients showed a exact diuretic response. The control group did not show any diuresis. No toxic reaction was noted except local discomfort or slight pain. Clinical studies were conducted on 12 cases of congestive cardiac failure with sodium nimbidinate for diuretic activity. Heartening diuretic activity was observed with good response in four cases. There was no notable toxicity.
Benefits of neem
- Neem is considered best anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and blood purifying agent and is helpful in skin related problems and keep the skin healthy and glowing.
- Neem is helpful as a tonic and astringent that promotes wound healing.
- Neem has detoxifying recompense that helps keep healthy circulatory, digestive, respiratory, and urinary systems of the body.
- Neem extract has anti-diabetic, anti-bacterial, and anti-viral actions that makes it a wonderful herb.
- It is helpful in treating fever like malarial fever and various cutaneous diseases.
- Due to presence of bitter taste it is beneficial in indigestion, constipation and restoring taste of mouth.
- Neem helps in fighting with the intestinal worms there by act as a de-worming agent
- Neem extract is highly suggested in hyperacidity and epigastric pain.
- Good results of neem powder have also been seen in gastritis.
- Neem is widely and comprehensively used as powerful blood purifier.
- It gives excellent results in conditions like diabetes incipidus and diabetes mellitus due to occurrence of bitter taste.
- It is very supportive in curing urinary tract infection (UTI)
- It kindles liver for proper functioning consequently helps in maintaining proper secretions of liver
- Neem acts on all kinds of skin related problems and provides good relief.
- Since ancient times neem leaves have been used as an agent that helps in increasing vision as it helps in repressing kapha dosha disorders thus liberating congestion on eyeballs caused due to mucus accretion in sinuses.
- Coughing is calmed by use of neem water
- It helps in reducing surplus urination
- It has given excellent results in diseases like gonorrhea and syphilis
Recent researches on neem
Antibacterial Activity of Guava and Neem Extracts against Food borne Pathogens and Spoilage Bacteria. By Mahfuzul Hoque MD, Bari ML, Inatsu Y, Juneja VK, Kawamoto S.
Research was conducted at Department of Microbiology, University of Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh. The anti-bacterial activity of guava and neem or margosa extracts against twenty one strains of food borne pathogens were determined -Listeria monocytogenes (five strains), Staphylococcus aureus (four strains), Escherichia coli O157:H7 (six strains), Salmonella Enteritidis (four strains), Vibrio parahaemolyticus, and Bacillus cereus, and five food spoilage bacteria: Pseudomonas aeroginosa, P. putida, Alcaligenes faecalis, and Aeromonas hydrophila (two strains). Guava and neem or margosa extracts showed higher anti-microbial activity against Gram positive bacteria compared to Gram negative bacteria apart from for V. parahaemolyticus, P. aeroginosa, and A. hydrophila. None of the extracts showed anti-microbial actions against E. coli O157:H7 and Salmonella Enteritidis. The minimum inhibitory concentration or MIC of ethanol extracts of guava demonstrated the uppermost inhibition for L. monocytogenes JCM 7676 (0.1 mg/mL), S. aureus JCM 2151 (0.1 mg/mL), S. aureus JCM 2179 (0.1 mg/mL), and V. parahaemolyticus IFO 12711 (0.1 mg/mL) and the lowest inhibition for Alcaligenes faecalis IFO 12669, Aeromonas hydrophila NFRI 8282 (4.0 mg/mL), and A. hydrophila NFRI 8283 (4.0 mg/mL). The minimum inhibitory concentration or MIC of chloroform extracts of neem or margosa demonstrated alike inhibition for L. monocytogenes ATCC 43256 (4.0 mg/mL) and L. monocytogenes ATCC 49594 (5.0 mg/mL). Though, ethanol extracts of neem or margosa showed higher inhibition for S. aureus JCM 2151 (4.5 mg/mL) and S. aureus IFO 13276 (4.5 mg/mL) and the lower reserve for other microorganisms (6.5 mg/mL). No important effects of temperature and pH were found on guava and neem or margosa extracts against cocktails of L. monocytogenes and S. aureus. The results of the current study propose that guava and neem or margosa extracts have compounds containing anti-bacterial actions that can potentially be useful to control food borne pathogens and spoilage organisms.
|Rate||Discount %||Net Amount|
|2 Bottles||$ 38.00||25%||$ 28.50|
|3 Bottles||$ 57.00||30%||$ 39.99|
|5 Bottles||$ 95.00||37%||$ 59.85|
|10 Bottles||$ 190.00||47%||$ 100.70|