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What are the 46 Med­ical Use of Neem Tree (Don­go­yaro Tree)

The Mag­i­cal Ever­green Tree the neem plant is native to India but grad­u­al­ly spread to many parts of the world over the years.

IT HAS BEEN USED LOCALLY AS MEDICINE OVER THOUSANDS OF YEARS, AND OVER THE CENTURIES IN PHARMACEUTICALS, COSMETICS AND TOILETRIES.

Almost every part of this won­der plant is Med­i­c­i­nal, rang­ing from roots, bark, twigs, leaves, flow­ers and seeds.….. name it.

It’s very com­mon with­in the Hausa com­mu­ni­ties in Cameroon more espe­cial­ly in the Northen regions which pre­dom­i­nant­ly occu­pied by the Hausa eth­nic group. They call it Dogo Yarow which when trans­lat­ed means, TALL CHILD or TALL PIKIN in Pid­gin Eng­lish.….

MEDICINAL USES OF THE NEEM TREE

  1. Car­diac Prob­lems: Infu­sions of leaves in HOT water when tak­en removes bad sug­ars and tox­ins from blood, dilates blood ves­sels, improves blood cir­cu­la­tion and bal­ances heart pump­ing rate.
  2. High Blood Pres­sure: It relax­es errat­ic heart beats and bal­ances blood pres­sure. Research shows that the intra­venous admin­is­tra­tion of neem leaf alco­hol extract sig­nif­i­cant­ly deduces blood pres­sure.
  3.  Eczema : Dried leaves are burnt on red hot char­coal and cov­er to cure eczema.
  4.  Pesticides/Insecticide: Pound a few hand­ful of seeds, add water, mash and fil­ter out solu­tion with a clean sieve. Use to spray your crops.
  5. As a Con­tra­cep­tive: Neem is a nat­ur­al con­tra­cep­tive; it blocks spermatogenesis(the pro­duc­tion of sperm cells) with­out affect­ing the pro­duc­tion of testos­terone. It is thus believed to be an ide­al con­tra­cep­tive for birth con­trol as it is nat­ur­al, avail­able, non­tox­ic and afford­able to almost all.
  6. Neem oil can be use as a sper­mi­cide. It’s applied deep in the vagi­na ( intrav­agi­nal­ly ) before sex­u­al inter­course. It kills sperms and pre­vent preg­nan­cy.
  7. Can­cers: Leaves are rich in antiox­i­dants. The help pre­vent can­cers and also use against devel­op­ing can­cers.
  8. Diges­tion: Take teas of neem leaves or barks to treat diges­tive prob­lems.
  9. Typhoid & Malar­ia: Neem leaves tea is an effec­tive cure for Typhoid and Malar­ia (fevers).
  10. Blood Purifi­ca­tion, Cir­cu­la­tion and Enhance­ment. Neem leaves tea is just excel­lent.
  11. Beau­ti­ful & Glow­ing Skin: Reg­u­lar use of the paste of need leaves. Nb: Adding tumer­ic gives bet­ter results, and adding Cucum­bers makes the results more bet­ter. ALWAYS APPLY ON FACE WHEN GOING TO SLEEP. This mix­ture of leaves, tumer­ic and cucum­ber can also be used for skin whiten­ing.
  12. Chron­ic Wounds & Ulcers: A paste of neem leaves and tumer­ic are effec­tive here.
  13.  Skin infections/ Rashes/ Skin dry­ness: Mash or pound neem leaves and apply green juice on skin. Also use smashed leaves as a skin scrub.
  14. Dilut­ing a lit­tle neem seed oil in water and bathing with also works against skin infections/
    dis­eases.
  15. Skin ton­er : Boil about 20 to 25 leaves in 1 liter of water in a closed ves­sel over a gen­tle flame for about 20 min­utes. Then fil­ter and put in a clean bot­tle and always use with the aid of a cot­ton to clean face with every night before going to bed. It removes dead skin, treats acne and reju­ve­nates skin.
  16. Cho­les­terol: Leaves’ tea low­ers cho­les­terol.
  17. Improved Eye Health: Wash eyes with cold tea of leaves.
  18. Mus­cles and Joint pains: Tea from leaves and flow­ers joint­ly boiled is a good detox­i­fi­er and anti­in­flam­ma­to­ry.
  19. Breast, Prostate and all Can­cers: Neem leaves detox­i­fy the sys­tem, improve immune response, elim­i­nate free rad­i­cals and inhib­it inflam­ma­to­ry reac­tions. It destroys can­cer cells more espe­cial­ly prostate can­cers growth and and inhibits spread.
  20. Blood Cleanser: Neem leaves tea cleans­es the blood and more effec­tive when tak­en with hon­ey.
  21. Sore throat: Gag­gle neem leaves tea sev­er­al times a day.
  22. Dan­druff & Hair fall: Wash hair reg­u­lar­ly with neem leaves tea.
  23. Painkiller: Extract of leaves and seeds togeth­er gives a good anti­in­flam­ma­to­ry that RELIEVES PAINS, heals CUTS, WOUNDS, HEADACHES, SPRAINS, EAR ACHES.
  24. Antibi­otics: Leaves, barks, and almost all parts of neem have antibi­ot­ic effects, BUT the TWIGS have high­est antibi­otics effect.
  25. Works against dan­ger­ous bac­te­ria like S mutans, S aureus and E Fae­calis.
  26. Hair Treat­ment: Boil a hand­ful of neem leaves in a lit­tle water and use to wash you hair after sham­poo­ing. It’s anti­fun­gal, antipar­a­sitic, antibac­te­r­i­al and antivi­ral prop­er­ties will help to heal your scalp of dan­druff, hair fall prob­lems and from lots of dis­eases.
  27.  Injuries & burns: Neem leaves juice or teas applied on them works faster.
  28. Mouth dis­eases: Neem leaves/bark teas pre­vent mouth dis­eases like cav­i­ties, tooth decay and gin­givi­tis.
  29. Neem seed oil used as a mouth wash heals gum dis­eases. It inhibits the growth of strep­to­coc­cus mutants in the mouth, a bac­te­ria that caus­es oral prob­lems.
  30. Neem bark is effec­tive in the treat­ment of gas­tri­tis and ulcers.
  31. Chick­en pox: Drink reg­u­lar­ly neem leaves tea and also take reg­u­lar baths with it.
  32. Delays Signs of Skin Age­ing: Neem oils and leaves reju­ve­nate skin, fights against under­neath pathogens, thus, keep­ing the skin sup­ple and young for a long time. Add neem leaves pow­der to your face packs. Also dilute seed oil and use on face and body.
  33. Pso­ri­a­sis: Neem oil works mirac­u­lous­ly on pso­ri­a­sis. Neem oil helps to get rid of the itch­es and irri­ta­tion. It mois­tur­izes skin and works against dry­ness and itch­ing.
  34. Black­heads: Apply­ing dilut­ed Neem seed oil reg­u­lar­ly pre­vents the reoc­cur­rence of black­heads.
  35.  Liv­er Health: Neem flow­ers (edi­ble ones) detox­i­fy, heals and pro­tect the liv­er against can­cers and many dis­eases.
  36. Lep­rosy: Need seed oil when tak­en in appro­pri­ate amounts works against Lep­rosy. Nb: Neem oil may be tox­ic when tak­en in large amounts into the sys­tem.
  37.  Nail Dis­eases: Neem seed oil cures more that six­ty types of nail fun­gus.
  38. Under-Eye dark circles/bags: Mix pow­er from leaves with lit­tle water and apply paste with care under­stand eyes. Only wash after 15 to 30 min­utes peri­od.
  39. Bald­ness: Reg­u­lar appli­ca­tion of Mashed leaves on scalp, mas­sag­ing and allow­ing for about 30 min­utes before wash­ing, will trig­ger the growth of hair on bald head. Always add a lit­tle water on mashed leaves.
  40. Weak legs: Deep legs in neem leaves solu­tion or tea for about 30 min­utes. Repeat reg­u­lar­ly.
  41. Viral infec­tions: Her­pes, HIV, Hepati­tis, Influen­za, Com­mon colds, Chick­en pox, etc. Take neem leaves tea reg­u­lar to treat symp­toms, detox­i­fy sys­tem, build immu­ni­ty and pos­si­bly erad­i­cate the dis­ease.
  42.  Tooth ache & Teeth treat­ment: Neem twigs relieve toothache and also bright­en when used as a chew­ing stick to brush teeth.
  43.  Asth­ma: Neem oil in small dozes works against Asth­ma.
  44. Scars & Pig­men­ta­tions: Neem is effec­tive in light­en­ing scars and pig­men­ta­tions caused by acne and rash­es or sca­bies. Use as pre­scribed above under skin prob­lems.
  45. Poi­so­nous bites/Stings: Apply neem leaves juice or seed oil.
  46. Piles/Hemorrhoids: Take neem leaves tea reg­u­lar.

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