Neem Oil: The Natural Healing Agent

neem oil for health

Neem oil is a vegetable based natural healing agent in oil form, pressed from the fruits and seeds of Neem (Azadirachta indica), an evergreen tree which is endemic to the Indian subcontinent and has been introduced to many other areas in the tropics.

Neem oil is useful for treating infected burns, septic sores, scrofula, indolent ulcers and ringworms. In addition, to being very useful for treating acne, this natural healing agent is also useful for prevention of dandruff and hair lice and can be utilized on humans, on animals, and on plants for a huge range of different problems and diseases.

This vegetable based healing agent is used for preparation of various cosmetic, toiletries and medicines. Neem oil is a natural vegetable oil extracted from the Neem tree which is native to Asia and is very bitter, dark in color and has a strong garlic/sulphur odour.

However, it’s extremely effective when treating psoriasis, especially scalp psoriasis and is used for preparation of various formulation such as medicines for human and animals, pest control and more.

Neem oil is 100% natural, biodegradable and is also high in antioxidants. In addition to treating skin diseases, i.e. eczema, psoriasis and various inflammations and fevers, this natural healing agent is also utilized as an insect repellent for humans as well.

Skin ailments, especially ongoing, chronic problems, often respond very well to neem oil. Skin diseases like (urticaria, ringworm, and eczema), parasites, fever, malaria (for which it is famous), cough, thirst, nausea, vomiting, diabetes, tumors, obesity, arthritis, rheumatism, and jaundice.

Whenever such infection has been suspected, the use of neem oil makes the skin healthy by destroying the parasites.

Veterinarians reported neem oil to be very effective in controlling over 600 types of pest and found safe to non targeted species that are beneficial for crops, because it kills mites — which aren’t insects but, instead, related to spiders and ticks — neem oil is listed as a “miticide.

If you take a small amount of neem oil mixed with warm water in a plastic spray bottle and spray your pets fur you’ll find that this natural healing agent gives lustre and shine to dog and other pet’s furs, while soothing their skin and keeping bugs away; spray on plants in the home or garden and it will act as a powerful, yet natural and non-polluting insecticide and is reported to have anti bacterial properties and has a strong scent which washes away.

Pure neem oil is very powerful and should be used with caution. It’s an effective fungicide for the prevention and control of various fungal diseases including powdery mildew, black spot, downy mildew, anthracnose, rust, leaf spot, botrytis, needle rust, scab and flower, twig and tip blight, and alternaria.

The combination of neem oil’s strong compounds, insecticidal properties and healing oils makes this natural healing agent oil an ideal solution for severe and chronic fungal, dermatological, bacterial skin conditions and insect infestations.

Topical treatment with neem oil moisturizes & protects the skin while it helps heal the lesions, scaling & irritation. A small test patch of skin should observed first for any reaction. Neem is always more effective when used externally and internally, especially when dealing with severe skin or parasite conditions. High sugar or too much sweetness in the body are often the cause of hot spots and various skin eruptions.

neem oil health benefits

Scabies is a skin infection that is caused by a type of mite. Yes, when our skin accumulates more Iron than needed it will reflect on our skin by making it look dark. Iron Deficiency makes our skin look pale, not dark.

The natural healing agents of neem oil possesses powerful antidermatonic and anthelmintic properties and is widely used in treating chronic malaria, bed bugs, ulcers, bad teeth, syphilis, leprosy, and other diseases. Neem extracts also help in treating diabetes, AIDS, cancer, heart disease, herpes, allergies, ulcers, hepatitis and several other diseases.

There are many diseases that are treated with neem including arthritis, rheumatism diabetes, cancer, chronic fatigue caused by Candida albicans etc. Dermal disorders and syphilis: — in skin diseases like eczema, ringworm psoriasis, Leucoderma, the external application of oil on the skin and is recommended for use in the event of gastro-intestinal diseases caused by vitiated kapha and pitta.

In conclusion, neem oil is an established non toxic vegetable based healing agent for humans and mammals. In addition to being an anti inflammatory, antiseptic and anti bacterial, neem oil is a natural emollient and insect repellent, and that helps to heal and rejuvenate skin from various irritations.

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One Response to Neem Oil: The Natural Healing Agent

  1. balinderk2000 says:

    My prom is Saturday. I bought a gorgeous strapless dress.

    But yesterday I woke up with a line of nasty red bug bites right next to my bra strap. I suspect fleas, as my dog sleeps with me. Anyone have any ideas for how to lessen the redness? It stands out so much! 🙁

    ..I know i can cover it up somewhat with make up on the night, but is there any way to start healing the bites sooner? Neosporin seems to help a tiny bit but not a lot…
    Usually I wouldn’t care, but since it’s prom it sucks. And they hurt and itch, too. 🙁

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