Most people would not have heard of Neem. Neither had I, until I spoke with an elder. Neem, also known as Indian Lilac, is a tree that belongs to the Mahogany family.
In Ayurveda, Neem is believed to balance two of the three doshas (energies that control the body's functions). It is believed to have the following benefits:
Detoxifies the body, boosting the immune system
Cleanses the liver
Has antibacterial and antifungal properties
Balances blood sugar levels
Promotes healthy digestion
The main reason for Neem’s magnificence is it’s ability to destroy parasites that live in the human body.
Yogi’s have outspoken for thousands of years on the consumption of Neem, and how it effects an empty stomach by ensuring that your digestive track is clean of parasites, and kills viruses.
Neem is also an effective natural treatment for intestinal worms. It has anti-parasitic properties that not only remove worms but also help in getting rid of toxins. Grind neem leaves to a fine paste and eat half a tablespoonful of this paste with a glassful of water every morning on an empty stomach. Once again, why are we not taught about this by our health “professionals”?
Be careful, though, as over-consumption can lead to infertility… which I’m sure is probably a side effect of most prescribed medications by Big-Pharma anyway.
Your stomach health depends on what you eat after waking up. As a result, it is most beneficial to consume Neem on an empty stomach with good quality water.
The majority of the nutritional contents found in Neem include minerals, proteins, carbohydrates, praline, vitamin C, glutamic acid, carotene, and other fatty acids.
Neem is yet another gift from Mother Nature that our big corporations overlook intentionally.
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Journalist at NVTV.
Disclaimer: I am not a healthcare professional, and this is not healthcare advice. Any contents in this article are for entertainment purposes only.