Benefits Of The Neem Tree
The Neem tree is a fast growing evergreen that is native to Pakistan, India, Bangladesh and Myanmar. This amazing tree is claimed to treat forty different diseases. All the parts of the tree is used for treating illness, the leaves, fruit, seeds and even the bark all contain medicinal properties.
The use of neem as a medicinal herb dates back over 5,000 years. Today it’s benefits have been proven by scientific research and clinical trials. And, although few of us have access to a neem tree, it can be purchased in the form of oil, powder and pills.
To give you an idea of the healing powers of the neem tree, here are a few names that the people of India have given it, “Divine Tree”, “Village Pharmacy”, “Heal All” and “Nature’s Drugstore”. With the almost ending list of uses for neem, I think it could be called, ” The Tree of Life”!
1. In treating diabetes, neem has been found to actually reduce the insulin requirements by as much as 50% without altering the blood glucose levels. Take 3 to 5 drops internally each day.
2. Neem cleanses the blood, stimulates antibody protection and strengthens theimmune system which improves the bodies resistance to many diseases.
3. Used as a mouth wash it treats infections, mouth ulcers, bleeding sore gums and will even help prevent tooth decay!
4. For pink eye the juice of neem leaves can be used as eye drops, warm 5-10 mland apply several drops.
5. To treat jaundice, mix 30 ml of neem juice with 15 ml of honey, take on an empty stomach for seven days.
6. If you suffer from burning sensations and excessive sweating, add 5 to 10 drops of neem oil in a glass of milk before going to bed
7. Proclaimed the best product available in treating psoriasis, 2 capsules should be taken three times daily after meals with a glass of water.
8. Another way to treat psoriasis as well as eczema, skin ulcers, fungal conditions,cold sores and athletes foot, is to mix 1 tablespoon neem oil and 4 ounces of olive oil. This should be applied at least twice daily to the affected areas.
9. For acne problems take 2 capsules twice daily, you will start to see results within a few days.
10. To remove moles and warts, one drop of undiluted neem oil should be directlyto the mole or wart and then covered with a small bandage. The procedure should be repeated daily using fresh oil and clean bandage.
11. For sinusitis, plain pure neem oil can be used as nasal drops. Use tow drops twice daily, morning and evening.
12. For athletes foot, soak feet in warm water with 15 ml of neem oil.
13. Neem oil will quickly stop earaches, just warm some oil and apply a few dropsinto the ear.
14. For hemorrhoids, apply some neem oil to a cotton ball and gently rub for about a week. If preferred a paste can be made by adding a small amount of olive oil or Aloe Vera oil until desired consistency is reached.