Neem is one of the most powerful Ayurvedic remedies for detoxification and blood purification. It is a powerful antipyretic, natural antibiotic and antiseptic. Neem removes toxins that accumulate in the body during inflammatory skin diseases, ulcers of the mucous membranes, fungal diseases and non-healing wounds. One of the names for Neem is “a bitter gift of nature” because it tastes bitter. Ayurveda believes that Neem and bitter herbs in general remove Ama (waste and toxins) from the body. This taste can be used to determine the antiseptic and antifungal properties of any plant. The chemical composition of the plant is very complex, it includes about 140 components, which determines its broadest healing abilities.
- Inflammatory processes with colds.
- Bloating – improves digestion.
- Diseases of the skin.
- Strengthening and hygiene of teeth.
- Treatment of parasites.
- Fungal diseases
- High cholesterol and blood sugar.
- Blood vessel and heart problems – thins blood, prevents blood clots, lowers blood pressure.
- Cleansing the lymph.
- Rejuvenation of the body due to the content of a large amount of antioxidant – vitamin E
- Maintaining immunity.
- Restores the nervous system and restful sleep, relieves anxiety.
Ingredients: Nimba Ghan (Azadirachta Indica) 50 mg, excipient – q.s.
Dosage: 1-2 capsule twice a day with water after meals or as directed by physician..
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