Neem (Azadirachta indica) is a type of evergreen tree native to India. In Ayurvedic medicine, neem extract has long been used for a variety of health-related purposes including asthma, constipation, cough, diabetes, gastric ulcers, indigestion, periodontal disease, and urinary tract infection.
Neem Leaf Powder
$9.99 – $18.99
Neem tree is know as the “king of purification” in Ayurveda. Neem leaves are widely used to support blood and liver detoxification, healthy circulation, immune system, respiratory and digestive health.
- Acts as a shield against dandruff
- Treats dry scalp making it smooth and shiny
- Increases radiance and produces Anti-Ageing effects
- Tends to decrease skin pigmentation and removes blemishes
1 Lbs, 8 oz
Neem packs over 140 active compounds that may give it numerous antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects.
Neem is sold in capsule, tincture, powder, oil, cream, and mouthwash forms. While neem oil is generally applied to the scalp or skin to treat conditions like dandruff and acne, the extract of the neem leaf is typically taken orally. In some cases, the bark, flowers, and fruit of the neem tree are also used medicinally.
Benefits of Neem Leaf
Here are Potential benefits of Neem Leaf
Active compound that may fight parasites that affect hair and skin, such as lice.
Dental & oral health
Neem may relieve pain and help treat gingivitis, periodontitis, and tooth decay
Liver & kidney health
may help fight oxidative stress, which may in turn promote liver and kidney health.
Antioxidant, and antimicrobial properties that promote healthy skin
Krupacare Powder Take 1-teaspoon powder (Approx 2-3 gm) Take 1-Glass warm Water Mix with Powder in warm water / with smoothie
How to Intake Herbal Powder?
It's recommended directions to intake as per serving Instruction
Take 1-teaspoon powder (Approx 2-3 gm)
Take 1-Glass warm Water
Mix with Powder in warm water / with smoothie
What happens if we eat neem leaves daily?
Consuming neem leaves helps in reduction in inflammation in the gastrointestinal tract. Neem leaves also help in reducing ulcers and a wide range of other intestinal issues, such as constipation, bloating, and cramping if taken regularly.
How can I use neem leaves?
Boil about 20 neem leaves in half a litre of water till the leaves are soft and discoloured, and the water turns green. Strain and store in a bottle. Dip a cotton-ball into it and wipe your face. Lightens skin blemishes: Apply a paste of neem powder, tulsi and sandalwood powder mixed with rose water, on your face
Who should not take neem?
Neem supplements are likely safe for adults when taken orally for a short period, but they should not be used in children or pregnant women. 10 There is not enough research to support its safety while breastfeeding.