Neem oil is antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, antiviral, and astringent. It is also recognized as outstanding natural insecticide and fungicide. It consists mainly of saturated and of mono-unsaturated fatty acids, steriods and is rich in palmitic, oleic, stearic and linoleic acids. This oil is not used for cooking purposes but it is used in Ayurvedic and traditional Asian medicine. Neem is capable to cure a countless of illnesses and disease such as ulcers, diabetes, malaria, epilepsy, boils, gastrointestinal issues and many others. Neem oil is hauling out from the neem tree. It is a extraordinarily hardy tree, capable to endure drought and defy pests. Practically every part of the tree is used to make medicine. In the present time, people in areas of India and Asia chew on branches from the tree to clean their teeth and maintain healthy gums as a result it is famous as “toothbrush tree.”
· Neem is used for effectual control against pests and insects. It could be functional during adolescent pest stages. It kills the pest instantly.
· Neem bark holds tannins that are used in tanning, dyeing, etc. It is also used for the dental and skin care products.
· Neem oil contains numerous compounds that have proven useful in medicinal and agricultural.
· The most common use of neem oil is for soap production.
· Neem oil is perfect for dry skin as well as oily skin.
It is easily blends with other essential oils.
Margosic Acid, Nimbinin, , Praisine, Kaempeerol, Azadirone, Nimbin, Nimbidin, Quercursertin, B – Sitosterol, Vanilic Acid, Nimbicetin and Meliacins.
|Product Code||SVA - 522|
|Botanical Name||Azadirachta Indica|
|Solubility||Insoluble in Water, Soluble in Oils|
|Methods of Extraction||Cold Pressed|
|Color & Odor||Dark Brown & Typical odour of Neem|
|Refractive Index||1.460 – 1.510 @ 40° C|
|Specific Gravity||0.890 – 0.950 @ 30° C|
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