Neem: The tree that is essential for so many purposes

Neem (Azadirachta indica) is a tree from South and Southeast Asia now planted across the tropics because of its large, heart-shaped leaves, and its fruit (which is actually a large seed). The leaves are used in herbal medicine to treat skin problems, and to relieve itching. The pulp of the neem fruit is also used in traditional medicine. It is thought that neem might help to relieve many conditions like acne, psoriasis, eczema and even cancer. But we do not have enough evidence to say if neem really helps or not. In this blog, we have explained in details about the uses of neem.

Azadirachta indica is native to India. It's an evergreen tree that grows up to 40 feet tall with thin leaves and tiny yellow flowers that bloom during summer months. The tree has an aromatic scent similar to lemongrass and mints; it's often used in aromatherapy treatments such as bath salts or fragrant candles.

Dandruff is a common scalp condition that can cause itching, redness, and flaking of the skin. It often affects people who have dry or sensitive skin. If you have dandruff, there are many different treatments available to you. Some people may want to try medication in addition to natural remedies for dandruff. Neem has antifungal properties that may help within the treatment of dandruff. The effective use of neem to your hair can relieve the itchiness, inflammation, and irritation associated with dandruff. Neem is a plant that is used as a natural insecticide. Neem in cikitsa hair oil has been used to treat dandruff for centuries in India. In fact, it's believed that the ancient Egyptians used neem as part of their cosmetic regimen.

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