Neem is being used in the Indian subcontinent for over 4,500 years. The neem tree is often termed as the “Village Dispensary”— as all parts of it are known to possess great therapeutic value. For ages Indians have trusted this tree to fortify their health and remedy scores of diseases. In addition, it has been used for protecting food and stored grains and as a fertilizer and natural pesticide for the fields.
Every part of the neem tree including the leaves, bark, flowers, fruits, seed, gum, oil and neem cake, have multiple benefits. Neem possesses anti-inflammatory, anti-pyretic, anti-cancer, anti-HIV, antioxidant, anti-ulcer, ant-bacterial, anti-fungal, antiseptic and analgesic activities. It is excellent for people suffering from diabetes, liver, digestive, skin disorders.