Native to India, the neem tree, also known as the Azadirichtaindica, has long been held to have innumerable benefits for health in the Ayurvedic tradition. Its antifungal, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties make neem good for dental hygiene, for treating infections, for delaying the signs of aging and for treating various aches and pains as well as skin blemishes.
Using neem for face is particularly popular as an anti-aging treatment. The fatty acids and vitamins in neem help to maintain skin’s elasticity, while reducing lines, wrinkles and healing scars. Neem is also a popular acne treatment.
Other benefits of neem include keeping aways insects and mosquitoes and treating fungal infections. Its anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties make it effective in reducing various intestinal inflammations and removing bacteria causing cramps, constipation and other gastric disorders. Neem also strengthens and conditions hair, as well as removes dandruff. For more neem benefits, see the infographic below.
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