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  Neem Capsules Supplements. Natural Remedy for Acne, Eczema. Neem Products
The ancient Ayurvedic practice of using Neem to heal and rejuvenate gum tissue and to prevent cavities and gum disease is verified in modern clinical studies.
Neem's ability to change the way the immune system responds to arthritis, by reducing the generation of inflammation producing chemicals, may also be the reason why it halts the progress of the disease and why it may hold the promise of an actual cure.
Neem's role as a wonder drug is traced as far back as 4500 years ago.
www.ayurvediccure.com /neem.htm   (1967 words)

  Neem - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Neem is deemed very effective in the treatment of scabies although only preliminary scientific proof exists which still has to be corroborated, and is recommended for those who are sensitive to permethrin, a known insecticide which might be irritant.
The tender shoots of the neem tree are eaten as a vegetable in India.
Neem is also used in parts of mainland Southeast Asia, particularly in Cambodia (where it is known as sadao or sdao), Laos (where it is called kadao) and Vietnam (where it is called sầu đâu).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Neem   (1333 words)

 Neem oil - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Neem oil is a vegetable oil pressed from the fruits and seeds of Neem (Azadirachta indica), an evergreen tree which is endemic to the Indian sub-continent and has been introduced to many other areas in the tropics.
Neem oil is generally light to dark brown, bitter and has a rather strong odour that is said to combine the odours of peanut and garlic.
Neem oil is not used for cooking purposes but, in India and Bangladesh, it is used for preparing cosmetics (soap, hair products, body hygiene creams, hand creams) and in Ayurvedic, Unani and folklore traditional medicine, in the treatment of a wide range of afflictions.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Neem_oil   (661 words)

Neem leaf extracts have been shown to reduce clotting, lower blood pressure and cholesterol, slow rapid heartbeat, and inhibit irregularities of the rhythms of the heart.
Neem oil is an excellent skin moisturizer while DEET is not recommended for repeated application to the skin, around the face or on the hands of small children.
Neem's "soft" pesticide is improving the lives of farmers throughout the tropical range of the neem tree.
www.crescentlife.com /dietnutrition/neem.htm   (3376 words)

 TED Case Study -- Neemtree
The neem tree is known as the tree for all seasons because of its versatility.
Neem based pesticides, medicines and cosmetics have been produced by some laboratories in India, but there has not been an attempt to make ownership of the formula legal because Indian law does not allow agricultural and medicinal products to be patented.
In Sanskrit it is known as the "curer of all ailments" and in the Muslim tradition it is known as the 'blessed tree.' Neem trees are everywhere in India.
www.american.edu /TED/neemtree.htm   (3757 words)

 Neem   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
The range of insects affected by neem extracts is impressive and includes beetles, flies, mosquitoes, caterpillars, true bugs, locusts and grasshoppers, aphids, weevils, moths, and roaches.
Neem cake was also found to be excellent fertilizer, outperforming farm manure and sewage sludge.
Neem trees are easily grown in warm, frost-free areas and are relatively fast-growing.
aggie-horticulture.tamu.edu /plantanswers/trees/neem.html   (590 words)

 Neem   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Neem (Azadirachta indica L.) is a member of the Mahogany family (Meliaceae) which includes a large array of tropical trees and shrubs native to both the Old and New World.
The spreading deciduous Neem tree grows to a height of 40 to 80 ft (12 to 25 m) (Bailey and Bailey, 1978; Conrick 1994; Schmutterer, 1990).
  Neem honey is composed primarily of water, fructose and glucose (22.88%), sucrose (7.46%), ash (0.06%), free acid (20.8 meg/kg) (Crane, et al., 1984; FAO/WHO, 1989; Singh, 1962).
gears.tucson.ars.ag.gov /book/chap5/neem.html   (1285 words)

 NeemDirect: Where The World Buys Neem!
For centuries people of India have used neem twigs for cleaning their teeth, treated skin infection with neem leaf juice, used it as a tonic and kept away bugs with different neem extracts.
Turmeric is a common ingredient of traditional oriental medicine for use as a stomach tonic and blood purifier.
Neem is known to affect more than 200 species of insects.
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Neem twigs are the most regularly used toothbrush for a large portion of the population of India and other countries where the tree is common.
Neem oil (in a concentration of 1 to 4%) mixed in coconut, mustard, or other oil bases is used for repelling insects.
Neem seed oil is more problematic and should be kept out of reach of children because of a report of Reye's syndrome–like symptoms in a few infants who consumed 5 ml of the oil and ultimately died.
www.truestarhealth.com /Notes/4372000.html   (1034 words)

 Neem Skin Care
Neem oil is very effective for many situations when used externally but should be diluted with something else like shampoo, other oils or creams and lotions to enhance their effect.
Neem oil mixed with a good hand lotion or a base oil such as sweet almond or grape seed oil is also very effective and can be applied more liberally if the pure neem oil is too strong for comfort.
Neem extract is alcohol based and caution should be taken to avoid open sores or wounds as it will give a burning sensation.
www.naturmix.com /pages/products/neem.html   (1482 words)

 IPM of Alaska: Neem Oil
Neem oil is a broad spectrum botanical insecticide, miticide and fungicide treatment derived from the seeds of the neem tree (Azadirachta indica).
When the natural neem oil is removed from the seeds and treated with alcohol, virtually all of the azadirachtin and related substances separate from the oil itself.
Neem oil and clarified hydrophobic extracts of neem oil is effective against rots, mildews, rusts, scab, leafspot and blights.
www.ipmofalaska.com /files/neem.html   (1341 words)

 NeemDirect-Online: High Quality Neem Oil and Neem Products   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
They clean their teeth with neem twigs, heal skin disorders such as ulcers and eczema with neem-leaf juice, drink neem tea as a tonic, place neem leaves in their grain bins and cupboards to ward off insects, and pour neem tea on their plants to repel insects.
Neem insecticides have many advantages over traditional chemical methods: research indicates they are not harmful to humans or animals, insects don't become resistant to them, neem extracts do not accumulate in the environment, and they also spare beneficial insects like butterflies and ladybugs.
The neem serves as a unique insecticide in that its compounds do not immediately kill insects, but rather alter insects' behavior or life processes in subtle ways as to impair the insect so that it can no longer feed, breed, or metamorphose.
www.neemdirect-online.com /neem_news.htm   (1714 words)

 Neem 4 Organic Farming: Purchase Neem oil and Neem Cake. Also: Pyrethrum
In the present study 4 bio-products of neem (Azadirachta indica) neem seed kernel extract (NSKE) 5%, neem oil 1%, neem cake 5%, and neem ark (commercial formulation) were compared against dimethoate 0.05% in regards to their efficacy in controlling safflower aphid.
U.S. adirachtin in neem oil and neem extract is an insecticide – to be used on mother plants/parent plants and ornamental plants.
Neem Oil is a botanical pesticide derived from the seeds of the Neem Tree in India.
www.neem4organicfarming.com /index.htm   (3416 words)

Neem's "soft" pesticide is improving the lives of impoverished farmers throughout the tropical range of the neem tree.
In studies on the birth control effects of neem the major factor in that effect appears to be an increase in the immune response where neem has been applied that causes the body to reject the fetus as a foreign body.
Neem extracts are used in shampoos and soaps for daily use, but an excellent result is obtained when applied to children with hair (lice) problems and domestic animals.
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Neem has been shown to regulate the immune system, lower blood sugars, reduce fevers, fight gum disease, and act as a tonic for the heart.
Neem is derived from the Neem tree, a fast growing, umbrella shaped, evergreen tree belonging to the mahogany family.
Neem has over 4500 hundred years of use in its native India, where it is referred to as the "village pharmacy".
www.evitamins.com /product.asp?pid=2886   (403 words)

 ThirdAge: Neem
Neem mouthwash or chewing gum might be helpful for preventing cavities, because it can directly come in contact with cavity-causing bacteria, 4,8 but this has not been proven.
Because of the numerous parts of the neem tree used, and the many different ways these can be prepared, the only advice we can give at this time is to follow the directions on the label of the neem product you purchase.
Genotoxicity of a crude leaf extract of neem in male germ cells of mice.
www.thirdage.com /healthgate/files/21814.html   (839 words)

Neem insecticides are active against more than 200 different types of insects including head lice, fleas, locusts and mosquitoes.
Neem is thought to be of divine origin in Hindu mythology.
Neem is a large tree that can grow up to 35 metres high.
www.plantcultures.org.uk /plants/neem_landing.html   (174 words)

 Agro Extracts Limited - Manufacturers of Neem Urea Coating Agent
It is scientifically proved that only 40-50% of urea applied to the soil is available to the crop due to various soil and atmospheric actions.
This problem of wastage of urea can be best controlled by coating urea with "Neem Urea Guard" - a Liquid Organic Manure, and applying it to the soil.
It is an effective urea coating agent which prevents loss of urea in soil and increases urea uptake by the crops so that they receive maximum benefit of the applied urea.
www.agroextracts.com /NeemexUrea.htm   (281 words)

 :: Alpha Omega Labs: Neem Oil Tree Overview
The credibility of Neem and its many uses was further enhanced in Western research communities by the 1991 publication of Neem: A Tree For Solving Global Problems by the U.S. National Research Council.
Our Neem Common Medicinal Use Table covers just a few of the many afflictions that Neem is known to either alleviate, or permanently cure.
As more studies are conducted, we are confident that neem will achieve growing media coverage in the West and eventually achieve its rightful position in the herbal mainstream.
www.altcancer.com /neem.htm   (305 words)

 Control Pests and Diseases Safely with Neem
Neem comes in spray bottles and in concentrated form and can be used safely on both ornamental and edible plants.
Neem seed oil has antibacterial properties, and crushed seed is considered a valuable soil amendment.
Neem oil is available both in concentrate (to be mixed with water) and in ready-to-use hand-held spray bottles.
www.taunton.com /finegardening/pages/g00190.asp   (446 words)

 Neem Oil Based Natural Insect Sprays at Home Harvest Garden Supply   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Neem Oil spares many beneficial insects such as honey bees and lady bugs that prey on undesirable insects.
Pure Neem Oil should be diluted at the rate of 1 teaspoon per quart or 4 teaspoons per gallon of water.
Organic neem oil is an effective preventative control of most common garden fungus diseases like fl spot on roses, rusts, powdery mildew, leafspot, blight and others.
homeharvest.com /insectspraysneembased.htm   (1359 words)

 Neem Oil with Azadiractin 0 - 2500 ppm, Azadirachthin Formulations 300 ppm to 65000 ppm, Azadirachtin Technical 10 - 96 ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Neem EC and Neem UCA have also been produced as plant growth promoter and soil conditioning agent.
NEEM EC NEEM EC is the general- purpose botanical pesticide of choice for organic agriculture.
The neem terpenoids are present in all parts of the plant, in the living tissues.
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 Neem - Herbal Index - herbindex.net
medical preparation and neem oil is also used for preparing cosmetics (soap, shampoo, balms and creams) Besides its use in traditional Indian medicine the neem tree is of great importance for its anti-desertification properties and possibly as a good carbon dioxide sink.
Research has increased in the past few years as the desire for safe pest control methods increases and it becomes apparent that this tree will be able to play a role in integrated pest management systems.
The tender shoots of the neem tree are eaten as a vegetable in parts of mainland Southeast Asia, particularly in Cambodia (where it is known as sadao or sdao), Laos (where it is called kadao) and Vietnam (where it is called sầu đâu).
www.herbindex.net /neem.html   (1067 words)

 Nico Neem Neem Based Pesticide NICO ORGO MANURES
Nico Neem is an oil-based botanical pesticide consisting of neem oil.
As an antifeedant, Azadirachtin is quite strong because when the insect eat the neem treated material, they lose their appetite.
NICO NEEM has been found to be effective against a number of insect-pests on a variety of crops.
www.neemnico.com /niconeem.htm   (482 words)

In India and lot of other Countries, farmers take Neem Oil, soap and water and make simple formulation at the farm itself and spray.
Although it is not as efficient as the formulation, still it works and get rids of major pests.
For those who need only concentrate which should get dissolved in water and can be sprayed, Neem Formualtions are available from 300 ppm to 65000 ppm Azadirachtin min.
www.neemuses.com /neem_oil.php   (315 words)

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