NEEM TAB ORGANIC

NEEM TAB ORGANIC


BOTANICAL NAME:AZADIRACHTA INDICA


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NEEM TAB ORGANIC

60 TAB

BOTANICAL NAME:AZADIRACHTA INDICA

 

OVERVIEW

The Neem tree is known as Arishtha in Sanskrit meaning 'reliever of sickness'. Neem is a powerful blood purifier and detoxifier and promotes healthy skin and wound healing. Apart from being a general health promoter, neem helps maintain healthy blood sugar levels. Neem's myriad uses led the US National Academy of Sciences, to publish a report entitled 'Neem – a tree for solving global problems'. Neem is nature's systemic purifier, supporting the natural cleansing mechanisms of our skin and internal organs.

Neem is one of the most widely used Ayurvedic herbs and is used to detoxify the body. Neem is a bitter tonic herb that clears toxins, while supporting the body's natural inflammation response and its ability to heal wounds.

Neem has been used in the ayurvedic tradition for thousands of years to maintain health. The roots, bark, gum, leaves, fruit, seed kernels and seed oil are all used in therapeutic preparations for both internal and topical use.

Neem is regarded as a Twacha (skin) Rasayana in the ayurvedic literature. Neem has a purifying and clarifying effect, drawing out excess oil and smoothing out blemishes, so it is wonderful for persons with Kapha (earth or water predominant) skin. It is also soothing for dry, irritated skin when combined with aloe vera or rose water. Because its cooling nature, neem is also helpful for Pitta-related skin issues

The Neem leaf is especially useful in balancing Vata disorders. It removes ama and other toxins from the body, purifies the blood, and neutralizes damaging free radicals. The Neem bark has cool, bitter, and astringent properties. It is traditionally used to treat tiredness, Kapha dosha imbalance.

In India neem leaves are fried and eaten with rice along with ghee (clarified butter) or other vegetables especially during summer as it helps cool the body. Neem is also considered very beneficial in keeping blood sugar levels normal. Neem twigs are chewed on to brush the teeth and cleanse the mouth. A paste made of neem leaves is used as a poultice on cuts and minor wounds. This paste is also used to soothe the skin during chicken pox outbreaks.

HITORY AND FOLKLORE

In Ayurveda, neem is typically used to balance pitta and kapha. Its cold, light, and dry qualities tend to aggravate vata. Neem is therefore often recommended in combination with other herbs that help subdue its vata-provoking nature. Neem is quite bitter in taste, which gives it a powerful cooling energy(virya). This cooling principle, combined with its capacity to support healthy blood, helps to balance pitta—particularly when there is heat in rakta dhatu (the blood). Excess pitta can manifest in a number of ways; one prominent location is the skin. Neem pastes and oils have traditionally been applied to the skin as a means of soothing and lubricating it, calming irritated and heated sensations, maintaining comfortable body temperature, and supporting healthy skin and nails. Neem’s light and dry qualities give it the ability to counter kapha as well. Neem supports healthy digestion and kindles meda dhatuagni (the metabolic/digestive principle within adipose tissue), encouraging proper metabolism,and supporting blood sugar levels that are already in the normal range. It is often taken internally to foster a state of balance in the liver, pancreas, and digestive tract. Neem’s bitterness also improves taste, which is at the root of healthy digestion. Neem has a similar balancing effect on pitta and kapha inprana vaha srotas (the respiratory passages).On a broader scale, neem supports natural cleansing of the channels in the body as well as the rejuvenation of healthy tissues. Because neem is vata aggravating by itself, it is combined with other herbs depending on the desired effect. For example, Banyan offers the following, all made with certified

ORGANIC HERBS:

BLOOD CLEANSE:

Combines neem with herbs like manjista, turmeric, and guduchi to support healthy skin and blood.

SWEET EASE:

Neem combined with traditional herbs like turmeric, shardunika (gurmar), and the antioxidant power of amalaki to support the pancreas, balance kapha, and support blood sugar levels that are already in a healthy range.

Neem has been used in the ayurvedic tradition for thousands of years to maintain health. The roots, bark, gum, leaves, fruit, seed kernels and seed oil are all used in therapeutic preparations for both internal and topical use.

Neem is regarded as a Twacha (skin) Rasayana in the ayurvedic literature. Neem has a purifying and clarifying effect, drawing out excess oil and smoothing out blemishes, so it is wonderful for persons with Kapha (earth or water predominant) skin. It is also soothing for dry, irritated skin when combined with aloe vera or rose water. Because its cooling nature, neem is also helpful for Pitta-related skin issues

The Neem leaf is especially useful in balancing Vata disorders. It removes ama and other toxins from the body, purifies the blood, and neutralizes damaging free radicals. The Neem bark has cool, bitter, and astringent properties. It is traditionally used to treat tiredness, Kapha dosha imbalance.

In India neem leaves are fried and eaten with rice along with ghee (clarified butter) or other vegetables especially during summer as it helps cool the body. Neem is also considered very beneficial in keeping blood sugar levels normal. Neem twigs are chewed on to brush the teeth and cleanse the mouth. A paste made of neem leaves is used as a poultice on cuts and minor wounds. This paste is also used to soothe the skin during chicken pox outbreaks.

PARTS USED

Leaves

HERBALACTIONS

Anxiolytic, tonic, hypolipidemic, rejuvenative, nervine, sedative, 5 and adaptogenic.

FLAVOUR AND ENERGETIES

Pungent, Bitter Astringent

USES AND PREPARATION

Neem capsules can support your liver and immune system, they may help them deal with environmental stresses and with the unhealthy things that you put into your body, and they may help your skin.

Neem capsules as a regular supplement to support their overall health, and neem capsules may help you. But neem capsules are not a magical quick fix for acne. They are only one tiny part of any acne treament regime.

• Neem supports normal skin health

• Neem is useful as a tonic and astringent that supports the body's natural wound healing abilities.

• Neem has detoxifying benefits that help maintain healthy circulatory, digestive, respiratory, and urinary systems.

• Neem supports normal function of the dermal and circulatory systems

• Neem supports normal, clean blood flow to the organs

• Neem contains the active, bitter principal constituents nibin and nimbidin

PRECAUTIONS

SPECIFIC :

Not for use in pregnancy except under the supervision of a qualified healthcare practitioner.

GENERAL:

We recommend that you consult with a qualified healthcare practitioner before using herbal products, particularly if you are pregnant, nursing, or on any medications.

CERTIFICATION

MRT gives the product which are grown under the stringent organic standards of NPOP, NOP, and EU certification by LACON, GERMANY.

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WEIGHT 60Nos
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