Amazing Benefits And Uses Of Neem Oil

Each part of the neem (tree, branch, leaf, shell, fruit, flowers and root) is beneficial by the content of a special compound called azadirachtin, which offers anti-bacterial, antifungal and anti-parasitic properties to neem. In this article you will find out some amazing benefits and uses of neem oil.

The oil obtained by cold pressing of the fruits and seeds of the neem tree varies from light brown to dark brown, depending on the method of processing.

It is a bitter-tasting oil due to triglycerides and triterpene compounds, known as non-volatile, with antiseptic, antifungal, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, antipyretic, analgesic and immunostimulant properties.

It has a lot of uses, being used for improving liver functions, for detoxification, for balancing the level of sugar in the blood and for the health of hair and skin.

• Apply weekly neem oil on your hair in order to have healthy hair.

• It is an excellent natural treatment for dandruff and dry scalp. Antimatter shampoos from the market contain neem oil

• Can be used to “stretch” harsh and curly hair. Add a few drops of neem oil in your shampoo, apply it on the hair and leave for a few hours. Hair will shine very well after drying.

• It is a safe way to remove the lice. Make a 1: 1 solution of neem oil and another oil and apply it scalp and hair and massage. Let it action for an hour and then wash the hair with shampoo. Repeat treatment once a week until the problem is resolved.

  • It is a great remedy for eczema, psoriasis and acne.

• Its astringent properties help heal minor cuts and wounds, soothe dry skin and itchiness.

• Contains antioxidants that protect the skin from environmental damage.

• Contains carotenoids, which protect the skin from signs of aging by free radical releasing

  • It is rich in essential fatty acids and vitamins, so it is easily absorbed by the skin, rejuvenating it and improving its elasticity. Wrinkles and light lines will smooth out if it’s used regularly

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