1. Diabetes
  2. Eye disorders.
  3. Parasites
  4. Skin disorders.
  5. Periodontal disease and cleaning teeth. Chew fresh neem twigs after a meal instead of using a toothbrush. The twigs can also be used as a toothpick.

 

Neem is a tree that grows really well here in South Florida and we grow it here for the benefit of our guests in the Life Transformation Program. We use the various parts of the tree – the bark, leaves, and seeds for different therapeutic purposes. You can make an infusion (tea), a tincture, a poultice, or you can eat the leaves and chew on the twigs raw. Neem is very bitter but, as they say in Ayurveda medicine, “the bitter the better!” In fact, over 75% of Ayurveda remedies contain neem.

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