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The history of Neem tree can be traced back to the ancient Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro civilizations in India and Pakistan. These civilizations, along with ancient Egypt were considered the “Cradles of Civilization” (circa 2600 – 1900 BC). Nearly 5000 years ago the Neem tree was being used for its medicinal properties in households in these South Asian countries. The earliest writings of using Neem in daily life was first recorded in Sanskrit in the ancient Indian scriptures of traditional medicine called the Charak Samhita and Sushruta Samhita.
For centuries, we Indians have planted the Neem tree in the vicinity of their homes and used its leaves, branches and oil for daily Ayurveda medicinal practices. It’s small branches were chewed on to keep teeth and mouths clean of bacteria and gum disease. For women in particular, Neem proved an invaluable source of health, hygiene and beauty that was freely available. Having a bath steeped in Neem leaves kept their skin supple and healthy. Neem leaf powder or crushed leaves incorporated into their face packs provided emollient and anti-aging action. The antiseptic properties of Neem leaf extracts helped in controlling pimples and acne.
The Neem tree has a rich history and incredible variety of beneficial properties. Every part of the tree contains some level of active compounds, which have been found to be useful in organic and natural cosmetics, medicine and agriculture.
Neem Oil is derived from the seeds of the Neem fruit. Neem Oil and Neem leaves are the most common forms in which Neem is used since they are renewable. Harvesting the Neem Oil and leaves does not harm the fast-growing tree. Steeped in the traditions of time, Neem is becoming indispensable to those looking for an effective natural remedy.
Neem trees produce a cocktail of molecules in their leaves and seeds that have potent properties. Scientific studies have shown Neem to have healing properties:
- Antibacterial – destroying the growth of bacteria
- Antiviral – inhibits the growth of viruses
- Anti-fungal – inhibits the growth of fungi
- Analgesic – providing pain relief
- Anti-inflammatory – reduce certain signs of inflammation, swelling or redness
- Antimicrobial – destroying the growth of microorganisms
- Anti-histamine – reduce topical itches and irritations
- Natural ability to deter biting insects
“There is one Ayurveda product for younger looking skin. This herb is Neem.” Dr. Oz. Fighting the signs of aging are one of Neem’s main achievements.”
- High levels of antioxidants for younger skin
- Extremely high Omega 6 & 9 fatty acids. These acids
- Lessen UV damage
- Reduce the signs of aging
- Seal in moisture
- Regulate oil production decreases inflammation
- High levels of Vitamin E
- Neutralizes free radicals that can damage skin
- Reduce wrinkles and microscopic cracks
- Ability to reduces acne breakouts by killing bacteria on skin’s surface
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