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Some of the Health Benefits of Neem

Also called Indian lilac (or dogonyaro), neem is an important part of Ayurveda – and the benefits of neem, let us tell you, are unparalleled. Neem is also called Vepa in Telugu, Veppilai in Tamil, Aaru Veppila/Veppila in Malayalam, Bevu/Olle Bevu in Kannada, Nim in Hindi, Nim/Nimba Pata in Bengali, Limba in Gujarati, and Kadulimb in Marathi.
Has Antibacterial Properties
Studies have shown that neem possesses excellent antibacterial properties. And in addition, the leaves also have antifungal and antiviral properties. In fact, the properties in neem are so potent that inexpensive neem supplements are often used to control pathogens in manure
Works As A Contraceptive
The medicinal uses of neem extend far and wide – so much that it can even be used as a contraceptive. The antifertility effects of neem have been substantiated in certain studies. In one study, rats treated with neem oil remained infertile for various periods.
Aids In Ulcer Treatment
Studies suggest that proton pump inhibitors, a kind of treatment for ulcers and other gastric issues, are not as effective as neem. Neem bark extract has the potential to treat ulcers and gastric hyperacidity


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