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- Weight: 60.00 Gram(s)
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Latin Names Azadirachta indica
A. Juss. (Syn. Melia azadirachta Linn.)
English Name Neem
Sanskrit / Indian Name Nimba
Azadirachta indica is a large, evergreen tree. Its principle constituents are nimbin, nimbinin and nimbidin. All parts of the plant yield b-sitosterol.
It is used for external applications in skin diseases. Neem extracts possess antidiabetic, antibacterial and antiviral properties. The tree stem, root and bark possess astringent, tonic and antiperiodic properties. The bark is beneficial in fever and useful in cutaneous diseases.
All the parts of the plant and active principles and extracts possess a lot of significant pharmacological properties. It is bitter and alterative. It is used as a poultice in boils, is antiseptic, demulcent, a tonic in catarrhal affections, stomachic, stimulant. It is useful in snake bite, scorpion sting, hypoglycemic, in rheumatism, as an analgesic, antipyretic, sedative, antibacterial, antiprotozoal, antiviral, anthelmintic and in skin diseases.
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The antibacterial, antifungal & blood purifying properties of Nimba are useful in skin disorders and keeps the skin healthy.
It is used in
1 capsule twice a day after meals with water.
Please maintain an hour's gap between intake of our products and other allopathic drugs.
* Recommended only at the age of 14 years and above.
The chromatograph is representative of the quality and consistency of the drug. Every single capsule of Himalaya Pure Herbs has identical chromatographs, indicative of highest standards of quality maintained by us. The pure herb bought by you anywhere in the world provides you with the same goodness.
Malhotra, S.C. Edr., Pharmacological Investigations of Certain Medicinal Plants and Compound Formulations used in Ayurveda and Siddha, CCRAS, New Delhi, 1996, 246.
Singh, N. et. al., Azadirachta indica, in some common skin disorders, Antiseptic, 1979, 76: 677.
Srivastava, A.K. and Chouhan, C.S., Antibacterial activity of unsaturated saponifiable matter obtained from fixed oil of seeds of M. azadirachta, Indian Drugs Pharmaceut., India, 1977, 12(3), 7.