Health Benefits Of Neem Which You Might Not Know.

Health Benefits Of Neem Which You Might Not Know.

Neem Benefits

Health Benefits Of Neem Which You Might Not Know.

Neem is one of the popular medicinal value trees in India. It is used in India for 5000 years. It has much medicinal value which makes it unique. In neem is called ‘Neemba’ in Sanskrit, and Azadirachta Indica in English.

Neem Has anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, and anti-inflammatory properties. Neems helps in fighting tooth plaque, gum disease, ice, insect repellent. But there is not much scientific evidence to prove these effects.

Neem contains much essential oil which helps in reducing blood sugar levels, heal ulcers in the digestive tract, kill bacteria, and helps in preventing bacteria in the mouth. It is also found that neem is very beneficial for skin and hair.

In Ayurveda neem is consider as a very benefical hurbs it is actively mentioned in several ayurvedic scriptures and journals for various indications which include Kustha (treats skin disorders), Deepana (enhances stomach fire), Keshya (treats hair problems), Pachana (helps in digestion), Rochana (stimulates appetite), Anulomana (improves breathing), Prameha (manages diabetes), Trutahara (relieves excessive thirst), Shwasha (relieves breathing difficulties), Amahara (treats indigestion), Vamana (prevents nausea and vomiting), Vayasthapana (prevents ageing), Dahahara (relieves burning sensation), Mehahara (treats tract disorders), Arsha (treats piles or haemorrhoids), Krichra (treats painful micturition) Rasayani (rejuvenates the whole body), Balya (improves muscle strength), Hikkanigrahana (controls hiccups), Kantya (relieves sore throat), Triptighno (relieves pseudo-satiation), and Vamanopaga (treats emesis) Shonitasthapana (prevents bleeding), Jvara (useful in fever), Kasahara (Relieves cough), Pandu (treats anaemia), Sangrahini (treats diarrhoea), Kamala (prevents jaundice), Varnya (improves complexion), Krimihara (relieves intestinal worms), Hridaya (treats heart problems), and Kanthya (improves voice).

What Are The Chemical Constituents Of Neem

Neem contains many bioactive components which contain many therapeutic properties. These biochemical components include azadirachtin, nimbolinin, nimbin, nimbidin, nimbidol, nimbanene, nimbandiol, nimbolide, sodium nimbinate, gedunin, salannin, quercetin, 6-desacetylnimbinene, ascorbic acid, n-hexacosanol and aminoalkanoic acid , 7-desacetyl-7-benzoylazadiradione, 7-desacetyl-7-benzoylgedunin, 17-hydroxyazadiradione, ß-sitosterol, and polyphenolic flavonoids.
Note – Consuming Neem in high quantity can lead to much severe compilation. Neem should be take in a limited amount so that it cannot harm our body.

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