The use of neem has been widely acclaimed in curing many diseases like chicken pox, diabetes and even to help detoxify the body. The leaves of this tree are dark green in color. The flowers of this tree are believed to contain many benefits and can be consumed orally too in powdered form. If you are suffering from any skin ailments, this article is for you!
Neem leaves are an extraordinary source of relief from chicken pox. Its tender branches can be rubbed over the patient’s body to get relief from the itching sensation. Prepare a juice of neem leaves, mix it with water and make the patient consume the same. This will not only reduce the fever but even prevent further infection. Make a fine paste of the leaves along with turmeric, and apply it all over the body of the patient when the disease subsides. This can be done before taking bath. This will help in reducing the marks effectively.
It has been tested and proved scientifically that regular usage of neem will be an effective cure for psoriasis, a dreadful skin disease. Make a fine paste of neem leaves and apply all over the body. Wait atleast for half an hour and take bath, you can even add neem leaves to boiling water and extract the decotion which can be added to the water used for bathing. The same when consumed internally will help cure psoriasis but this should be done regularly. You can even consume tender neem leaves on an empty stomach. This can be used on people of different age groups. This being a natural herb, can be used without any hesitation.
Pimples and acne
If you have pimples and acne, regular use of neem will really prove effective. Make a decoction of neem leaves by adding them to the boiling water. Consume the juice by adding a spoon of honey. This will not only reduce the pimples on your face but you will also be gifted with a natural glowing skin. Regular consumption will detoxify your body and help in reducing the skin infections. It will also remove dark circles below your eyes.
Neem being anti sceptic, anti allergic and antibiotic has been successfully proved to be an effective relief in curing eczema. Its regular use will not only reduce the itching but will help preventing the disease to spread further.
Boil neem leaves along with coconut oil and when the leaves become black remove them from heat and allow to cool. Apply this atleast thrice a day. The itching sensation, inflammation can be cured. You can even apply neem leaves paste on the affected parts of the body by adding turmeric to it. Try to keep your skin moist by applying neem oil.
Neem leaves have extraordinary medicinal values in curing small pox. Leaves of neem are used to subside the infection. Large branches of neem tree are placed beside the patient to ward of the disease.
Juice of neem leaves is given to the patient for getting relief from small pox. By applying the neem paste to the body, the marks of small pox will disappear.
Regular use of neem leaf has proved to be an effective Ayurvedic remedy for treating dandruff, hair loss and even head lice. Make a smooth paste of neem leaves and apply it to your hair. See that the paste touches your scalp. Wait for half an hour and take head bath by using good herbal shampoo. This will prevent your hair from early greying, reducing the head lice and dandruff. You can even use the decoction of neem leaves as a conditioner for maintaining good hair. Use this to rinse your hair after head bath. This being a natural herb can be used by everybody.
Almost all parts of neem are useful but the leaves have special qualities in treating diseases like ulcer, malaria, hypertension, heart problems, etc. Though no side effects have been noticed if used in moderate quantities, but it is advised not to use neem if you are planning to conceive or are already pregnant. It is not recommended for patients of fatigue. Do not consume neem oil and be cautious while using it as spray, if you have small children and pets at home. According to the recent studies, neem oil is found to be safe if taken in limited quantity. Moreover, the leaves and the bark have very less quantity of toxins. So, before you start using the neem test yourself for allergy if any. We cannot overlook the advantages of neem believing that it has assured side consequences. Unless you have some special problem, do not restrain from using neem products in moderate quantities, it is advised not to use neem if you are planning to conceive or already pregnant. It is not recommended for patients of fatigue. Do not consume neem oil and be cautious while using it as spray, if you have small children and pets at home. According to the recent studies, neem oil is found to be safe, if taken in limited quantity. Moreover, the leaves and the bark have very less quantity of toxins. So before you start using the neem, test yourself for allergy if any. Even lactating women should restrain themselves from using neem parts.
Now that you have the magical solution for your skin ailments, pick up the appropriate neem product from your nearest medical store. These products are widely used in western countries due to their advantages which include lotions, creams and even tooth pastes.