By| Published: January 7th, 2016
Neem occupies an important place in different types of traditional medicine such as Ayurveda, Homoeopathy and Unani. As many as 140 therapeutic and biologically active compounds have been extracted from neem (fruits, roots, bark, leaves, flowers and seeds).
It is known to be highly effective in the treatment of several health issues. From dental disorders, fever, infections, inflammation and skin diseases to acidity, stomach ulcers, malaria and viral infections, this amazing tree is loaded with medicinal benefits.
Extracts of neem leaf and seeds are found to be beneficial in lowering the levels of blood sugar as well as lipids and fats.
Diabetics and people suffering from high cholesterol level could potentially benefit by taking supplements containing neem.
Well known for its antifungal, antiviral and antibiotic properties, it is a common ingredient found in all-natural soaps, face washes, and a variety of beauty and skincare products.
This traditional medicine that is an entire dispensary in itself is now playing an important role in modern medicine as well. Neem leaves are one of the most well known and commonly used parts of the neem tree in our homes today.