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Neem oil is extracted from the leaves and fruits of a plant known as Azadirachta indica, native from India, but that can also be found in tropical climates.
With many different benefits, this oil has been used for a long time as a cosmetic and also in medical treatments, even today.
Did you know that, in India, it is always present in a kind of first-aid kit, to treat all kinds of diseases?
Did you know that you can use neem oil even to treat mycoses, athlete’s foot, and fungi in between your toes and nails?
Studies suggest that neem’s properties are enough to destroy many strains of fungi.
Do you want to learn how to prepare a natural medicine using this oil?
Mix 2 or 3 drops of oregano essential oil, which is rich in thymol (a powerful natural antifungal), with the same amount of neem oil and apply on the infected nails 3 times a day, until the infection goes away.
If you wish so, you can damp on a cotton pad with some drops of neem oil and apply on the affected area 3 times a day.
Besides that, neem oil can also be used to take care of our beauty and health, and also protects plants and animals against parasite attacks. That’s why we decided to talk about neem in today’s video.
Have you ever heard about it? Do you know the benefits it offers and how to use it?
Neem oil has antibacterial, antiseptic, antifungal, antiparasitic, antiviral, and anti-inflammatory properties.
It also boosts our immune system. Amazing, isn’t it?
With all these properties, neem has many different benefits, watch the video to learn more!
Besides all these benefits, neem oil can also be used in case of: dry hair, herpes, brittle nails, and stretchmarks.
It also protects animals against fleas, and plants against parasites. Phew, so many uses!
Neem oil is biodegradable and it is not bioaccumulative being harmless to the environment and for warm-blooded animals.
Although it is an amazing product, it can be harmful when used in excess, both to our health and to crops.
It’s worthy to note that pregnant women must not use neem oil since, for being a natural spermicide, it can cause abortions.
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