Neem extract Indian Lilac, which is commonly known as neem, has been an integral part of Ayurveda for the benefits associated with it. It is an herb that is commonly available throughout the year and has benefits that only a few natural products can provide. Neem is considered as a wonder herb and is important for its variety of medicinal uses. Neem has antibacterial, anti-parasitic, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory, and analgesic properties that not only benefit your health but also can help you get rid of common beauty problems.
In very general terms, neem is known to have an affinity for the reproductive system, the GI tract, the urinary tract, the respiratory system, and the circulatory system.In Ayurveda, neem is typically used to balance pitta & kapha, Its cold, light, and dry qualities tend to aggravate vata. It has a cooling effect on excessive pitta in a skin, so prevents & helps to pacify skin problems aggravated by pitta. 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. It supports equilibrium of sugar levels in blood and fat metabolism. On a broader scale, neem supports natural cleansing of the channels in the body as well as the rejuvenation of healthy tissues. Due to its bitterness, it supports immunity modulating properties.
For Skin – Mix neem extract with curd and apply as face pack regularly. This will eventually reduce the appearance of breakouts and pimples. If you are suffering from dark spots, blemishes, and pigmented skin, apply neem extract mixed with honey to get a clear, even skin tone. Neem extract can also control excess oil secretion. If you have a very oily face, take some neem extract mixed with besan flour and rose water and apply all over a face. Wash off after 15 minutes. This will help reduce sebum and oil production.
For hair – For a natural purifying scalp treatment, add some lemon juice to neem extract and olive oil and massage your scalp with it. The antibacterial effects of neem will deep purify your scalp. Neem extract also stimulates hair growth and reduces hair fall when used regularly.
Common Name : Neem Extract
Assay : Bitters 2.5 % - 5 % (Gravimetry)
Applications : Skin Protective Agents, Anti-Diabetic Agents, Anti-Viral Agents
Product Usage : Dental Hygeine, Blood Purifier, Skin Disorders, Insecticides