The health benefits and uses of neem oil. neem oil is made from the fruits and seed of the azadirachta India an evergreen tree in the mahogany family -this is native to the Indian subcontinent and has been used as a natural medicine in India since ancient times three neem oil is best known for its antifungal and antibacterial properties making it excellent for use on the skin for it can be used to treat pimples and acne by rubbing on the skin on a daily basis.
For the best effects, it is very moisturizing and has regenerative properties allowing your skin to heal very quickly, you can also apply this to sensitive skin which has eczema it will soothe the skin and bring down inflammation, the same works for scabies psoriasis and can even be used to treat athlete’s foot. If you do intend to use this on athlete’s foot be sure to rub this all over the foot and in between the toes on a daily basis for at least 2 weeks.
Heal gingivitis and periodontal disease you can also use neem leaf powder for this for a stronger solution 11 it is often used in medical shampoos and works well to eliminate dandruff on the scalp. Neem oil is often made into a cream which can be applied to pets fur to get rid of fleas and ticks, this also works on humans as an insect repellent and is even used in the garden to prevent pests from eating fresh produce. If you have bed bugs you can use neem oil to kill them including the eggs nymphs and adults. NEEM bark is also used to make an oil which is used to treat chickenpox and malaria, do not take neem oil internally under any circumstances.