Neem Research

Neem-derived extracts can lower diabetes and inflammation.

Azadirachta indica (Neem), a tree originally from India and Myanmar, called by many “The village pharmacy” or “Divine tree” because of its many health properties. In recent times, Neem-derived extracts have been shown to work from anywhere from insect repellent, to supplements to lower inflammation, diabetic control, and even to combat cancer. Herein, we state the health benefits found in diverse compounds and extracts derived from Neem..

Clinical study to assess efficacy and safety of Purifying Neem Face Wash in prevention and reduction of acne in healthy adults

Ayurveda uses herbs containing natural phytoconstituents to make the skincare products that protect the skin from external effects without causing any adverse effects.19 Several natural herbal sources such as neem, aloe, tulsi, amla, papaya, ginger, and eucalyptus are found to be safe and effective in treating different skin-related infections.

Effect of neem oil on some pathogenic bacteria

 Neem may be used for its easy availability and significant effect against bacteria. The neem tree is still regarded as ‘village dispensary’.

Medicinal and Cosmetic Potential of Neem Seed Oil: A Review

A new shampoo based on neem (Azadirachta indica) highly effective against head lice in vitro was reported. Azadirachta Indica (Neem) Seed oil as Adjuvant for Antimicrobial Activity was reported Physico-Chemic Stability Studies of Neem (Azadirachta indica) Seed Oil Cream was reported

A Review of chemical constituents and traditional usage of Neem plant

Neem oil showed good antiseptic properties. It is applied in the treatment of such skin complaints as furuncles and eczema, as well as to relieve intestinal worm infections (38). Apart from that, neem-based products from Azadirachta indica are traditionally used for pest control in agriculture and gardening since long in India

Neem Oil and Crop Protection: From Now to the Future

Due to their compositional complexity, neem-based products can act as antifeedants, growth regulators, sterilants, anti-oviposition agents, and repellents (Gonzalez-Coloma et al., 2013). Other factors that have stimulated the use of neem-based products for pest control in agriculture are ecological and toxicological aspects (low toxicity to non-target organisms), as well as economic aspects (small amounts of the product can provide effective pest control