Health benefits of Neem leaves

The AIDS virus also trembles for fear of neem leaves. Neem leaves also fight AIDS. In fact, it doesn’t take much to introduce the benefits of neem leaves. Jaundice has been cured by consuming neem leaf juice and honey and chewing neem leaves on an empty stomach in the morning has cured diabetes, itching, and scabies – these are proven.

It is a matter of wonder how nature has so many solutions in the leaves, flowers, fruits, and branches of a tree called neem.

In Ayurveda, neem leaves are called the “queen of skin”. The medicinal value of neem leaves is so high that it is called “rural medicine pharmacy”. We all know neem tree.

Neem trees can be seen in the yard and on the side of the road. There is a saying that it is better to have a neem tree on the south side of the house.

Benefits of neem leaves:

Neem has been used as a medicinal plant in the Indian subcontinent, including Bangladesh, for 5,000 years. Neem stalks, leaves, flowers, bark are all useful. Neem is a perennial and evergreen tree.

Neem leaves with 130 medicinal properties are very effective in killing viruses and bacteria. It has a high level of chlorophyll and it works wonderfully to remove body odor. Neem leaves work very well to keep the blood clean. Below are some of the medicinal properties of neem leaves.

Prevent harmful bacteria or stomach problems:

Many of us like to eat fried eggplant. When the eggplant is almost fried, fry it a little with the young neem leaves. It will benefit the stomach a lot by eating hot rice. In addition, indigestion problems, that is, for a long time, thin stools or stomach ailments will benefit from eating neem leaf juice.

To cure diabetes or reduce blood sugar:

Regular consumption of neem leaf juice reduces the tendency to take 30 to 60 percent insulin. Neem leaves can greatly reduce diseases like diabetes. In this case, you can eat 1-2 tablespoons of neem leaf juice on an empty stomach every morning.

To treat scabies and itching:

Neem leaves are incomparable in treating scabies and itching. In this case, both neem leaves and neem tree flowers work well. Scabies – If scabies is found, boil the neem leaves and take a bath with that water to reduce scabies.

In addition, crushing a little raw turmeric with neem leaves and using it on the affected area in the form of a poultice for 8-10 days reduces scabies and old wounds.

Skin care and acne removal:

You can use the magical face pack of neem leaves to permanently remove any blackheads from acne. Mix a little turmeric with neem leaves and apply it on the face to get rid of acne and increase the radiance of the skin.

Lice eradication:

Neem leaves are incomparable in killing lice. Apply neem leaves on the scalp and leave it for an hour. After waiting for 1 hour, wash your hair.

Eat Neem Tea to reduce belly fat:

Make neem tea at home. Being in pain with excess weight. Neem cha is very effective in reducing weight. Collect fresh neem leaves and wash them in clean water. Now, just like we boil the tea leaves in hot water, boil the washed fresh neem leaves and mix them with 1-2 teaspoons of honey to remove the bitterness in it. You can also mix a little lemon juice.

Good for teeth:

Brushing with neem stalks for dental health has been practiced since ancient times. Neem is very effective in preventing bad breath and bacterial infections between the teeth. Regular brushing of teeth with neem leaves and bark powder or neem stalks will strengthen the teeth and protect them from dental disease. Gently washing the face with neem leaf juice mixed with water reduces tooth decay, tooth decay, bleeding, and gum pain.

Works well in chickenpox:

In the case of chickenpox, the patient is protected from infection as a disinfectant in bed with neem leaves. Neem leaves with raw turmeric are added to the spring cocoon and the cocoon dries quickly. Neem leaves are also very beneficial for measles patients.

Neem leaves to ward off allergies:

In some cases, allergies make life miserable. However, in most cases, allergies do not cause many problems. Take one kg of neem leaves to ward off allergies. Dry well in the sun and store in a jar. Eat 2-3 teaspoons of neem leaf powder with isabgul husk and water every day. Eat regularly on an empty stomach in the morning and at least 1 month before going to bed at night.

Neem leaves for hair:

The contribution of neem leaves to get bright and beautiful hair is immense. When shampooing to get rid of dandruff, massage the hair with boiled water and wash it well. Dandruff will go away. Apply neem leaves on the hair for 1 hour every week for 1 hour. Now wash it well after 1 hour.

You will see that the hair will become soft and supple with the reduction of hair fall. Mix honey and neem leaf juice together and apply on hair at least 3 days a week from head to toe. Now, wait for 20 minutes.

Then shampoo and have shiny beautiful hair. Mix one teaspoon of amalki juice, one teaspoon of neem leaf juice, one teaspoon of lemon juice, tokdoi as required, and apply on hair 2 days a week. Wait half an hour after applying then shampoo the hair. This will free the hair from dandruff. You can use neem oil as well.

Removes worms:

If there are worms in the stomach, the children become thin. The stomach is big. The face becomes pale. Children are more prone to worms. For this, 50 mg of neem root bark powder should be taken 3 times a day with a little hot water. This will reduce the worms.

Malaria Prevention:

Neem leaves prevent incurable diseases like malaria. Drink the juice of neem leaves in a glass of water. Eating regularly is very good for malaria. Also, cool the neem leaves in boiling water and put them in a spray bottle. Spraying in the house every day will reduce mosquito infestation.

Birth control:

Neem oil acts as a powerful spermicidal. Indian scientists have shown that neem oil can be a new type of effective contraceptive for women. It is capable of killing sperm in 30 seconds.

Considering the quality of the neem leaves, the World Health Organization has declared the neem tree to be the “tree of the twenty-first century.”


Whatever you eat, eat in moderation. Anything extra is harmful to the body. Understand the condition of your body. If you suffer from a complex or serious illness or go through a regular medical course, you must eat according to your doctor’s advice.