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Sunday, August 24, 2014

The Indian Lilac

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Neem, the Indian Lilac tree has been reported to contain miraculous powers of healing in all its parts. It is popular as a medicinal tree since ancient time. It is described as a great medicinal tree an Ayurvedic as well as in other healthcare systems.

Neem is differently called in different languages. In Sanskrit it is called as Nimba and in English it is called as Margosa.Tazonomically, it is known as Azadirachta indica.
Neem grows in semitropical areas like India, Bangladesh and Pakistan. The extract of Neem contains antibacterial, anti-viral, anti-fungal, antiseptic, anti-parasitic, and anti-diabetic properties. It is reported to tone up digestive, urinary, circulatory and respiratory systems of our bodies.

Medicinal and Ethnoherbological Properties
Neem has been considered excellent for the care of dental system and the area of buccal cavity. The oil of Neem is applied to cure skin disorders. It is a blood purifier as it can remove toxic matter.

New researches recommend application of Neem extract for controlling diabetes or blood glucose. The gum of Neem can be prepared variously as food items and can be used for the management of blood glucose.

Neem oil is proved to be insect repellant, natural pesticide, fertilizer and skin care ingredient. Some researchers claim that the oil of Neem has contraceptive properties. If applied regularly, it can treat itchy scalp, dandruff, scalp soriasis, and scabies.

Key Words
Ayurvedic, tropical, blood glucose, medicinal, contraceptive

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