Neem in Ayurveda is an important tonic for the skin. There is a lot of scientific research done on the antibacterial properties of Neem. These antibacterial qualities are the bases of the properties to reduce or cure many skin diseases. Neem also improves immunity, is blood purifying and anti allergic.
Blood purifying, detoxifies, analgesic, wound healing, inflammation reducing, anti bacterial, strengthens the immune system Neem is, since centuries, believed to be anthelmintic, anti-fungal, anti-diabetic, antibacterial, antiviral; best for skin diseases. It is light, dry, Bitter – Astringent in Rasa / Taste with Pungent Vipaka and cold Veerya.
Charaka mentioned it as one of the best Bitter herbs with effectiveness in Kushtha / Skin diseases. This is Grahi / Absorbent for moisture and secretions from skin, dries up and cleans up the moisture in wounds and ulcers, is Shramahara – relieves tiredness, Jwara -Kasahara – anti pyteric and anti coughing,digestive, Krimihara / wormicidal. Neem is useful in intestinal worms, infested wounds, and as an anti -microbial agent, Vranahara / wound healing and anti Diabetic.
Extract and powder from: Azadirachta indica (Neem).
Directions for Use:
1 tablet Twice a day or as prescribed by your health practitioner
Cautious Usage: To be used under the guidance of a health practitioner if pregnant or nursing, have any medical condition or are taking medications. Keep out of the reach of children.
- Rasa (taste): bitter
- Virya (action): cooling
- Vipaka (post-digestive effect): pungent
- Doshas (constitutions): Balancing for Pitta and Kapha, aggravates Vata in excess