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Neem Essential Oil

About Neem Essential Oil

Long considered a panacea in India and enshrined in Ayurvedic medicine for its phenomenally broad powers, this fatty oil of the neem seed is organically grown and harvested in the coastal Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Turning viscous at cooler temperatures, you may have to warm the bottle in a bit of hot water.

In Ayurvedic medicine, neem seed oil is considered a master detoxifying agent, operating on numerous benificient levels in topical, never internal, application. Its broad spectrum functions in general promote health and restoration throughout many phases of life. Neem is popularly used to keep the hair and scalp clear and teeth and mouth clean.

Comprised of over 70% fatty acids (oleic and stearic), neem oil finds use in the realm of beauty, where neem is diluted in a base oil and applied to improve skin smoothness and texture.

How to Use Neem Essential Oil

Neem seed oil can be applied topically in a 2-5% dilution.

Mix 5% neem oil with a carrier oil and massage into hair and scalp to improve and clear the scalp and base of hair.

To protect plants, combine 1 oz. neem oil with 1 cup water along with a a few drops of dishwashing liquid in a spray bottle. Shake and spray as needed (leaves and roots only; do not spray flowers or fruit).

Mix one part neem oil to 10 parts carrier oil and apply twice daily to skin or nails affected by stubborn issues.

Add a few drops neem oil to shampoo to tend to itchy scalp conditions.

Neem Seed Oil Recipe:

Mosquito Breeding Spray: 1/2 oz neem oil, 10 drops lemon eucalyptus oil and 5 drops catnip oil combined with 2 cups of water and a squirt of dishwashing soap in spray bottle. Shake and spray where mosquitoes breed.

Interesting Neem Essential Oil Information

Neem is derived from the Persian word, "azaddhirakt," meaning “noble tree.” In the Indian tradition, neem is perhaps the most important herbal ingredient; almost all parts of the tree can be used: leaves, flowers, bark, seeds and oil. Historically, women added neem oil to cosmetics and men used it to prevent baldness and graying of the hair. Neem was also used as a pest deterrent in food storage. Skin allergies were often treated by mixing neem leaf powder with ghee, and the small twigs of the tree were chewed until the fibers were open, and then used as a toothbrush.

Neem Essential Oil Safety Guidelines

Neem oil should only be used in small amounts, and always highly diluted. Neem oil should NEVER be taken internally, or used on children, the elderly or frail, or during pregnancy.

Product Details

Botanical Name: Azadirachta indica
Family: Meliaceae
Composition: 100% Pure Neem seed oil
Origin: India
Method of Extraction: Cold pressed
Cultivation/Harvesting: Wild harvest
Plant Part: Seeds
Color: Yellowish to brown
Consistency: Thick
Yield: 25-45%
Bottle Size: 4 oz.

Price: $10.00

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