Neem is a tree also called as nemtree or Indian Lilac. Leaves to root, the seeds, bark flower, and fruits are having a number of medical uses. About the article goes like the general overview about neem oil, a few Research using Neem oil which contacted on human as well in mice, how to use it Neem oil and Side effects of Neem oil as far found while using in skin or body.
|Product Name:||Cold Pressed Neem Oil|
|GST / Tax:||1800.00 (Price Inclusive of all Taxes)|
|Specialty:||No Preservatives, No Genetic Engineering|
|Place of Origin:||Madurai, TamilNadu - India|
|Storage Instructions:||Store in a cool & dry place|
|Item Package Quantity:||500ml / 1 Litre / 3 Litres / 15 Litres|
|Certification:||FSSAI No 12419012000177|
|Caffeine Content:||Caffeine Free|
|Serving Recommendation:||Suitable for Oil Pulling, Oil Massage & Head Massage|
|Package Information:||Wrapped in Carton Box with Zero Breakage|
|Maximum Shelf Life:||6 Months|
|Processing Type:||Cold Pressed / Mara Chekku / Kachi Ghani / Wood Pressed|
|Highlights:||1. Unrefined, 100% Pure & 100% Natural |
2. No Chemicals, No Heat Process, No Preservations
3. Oil Extracted by Traditional Method
|Scientific Name:||Azadirachta indica|
|In English:||Neem oil/ Indian lilac|
|In Tamil:||Kaduppagai enney/ arulundi|
|In Malayalam:||Enna etukkuka / nimban|
|In Telugu:||Nimbamu/ vemu/ taruka tela|
|In Kannada:||Enne tegedukolli|
|In Hindi:||Neem ka tel/ nimb/ balnimb|
|In Konkani:||Nim tela|
|In Marathi:||Tela ghya/ balantanimba tela|
What is neem oil?
Neem oil is extracted from Neem seeds which have been predominantly found in India and Asian countries India for the treatment of skin problems for centuries.
Neem tree is the source of Neem seeds, this Neem leaves also used for Spiritual uses and Ayurvedic medicine by Indians. Neem oil is well known for its extreme benefits around the world by treating many medical problems. It is rich in Fatty acid, Limonoids, Vitamin E, Triglycerides, Antioxidants, Calcium, and other nutrients make Neem oil is the main ingredient of many beauty products like Face cream, skin care products, hair products, and other cosmetics. However, the harsh odor makes Neem oil not to use directly when you out from home.
Some of the uses of Neem oil for Skincare and beauty regimens:
Moisturizing the dry skin
Stimulate collagen production
Some of the uses of Common benefits for Neem oil/Bark:
Insect repellant, and unfriendly to mosquitos
Treats for Ulcers
Skin conditions and diseases
Research & Science that supports using neem oil for skincare?
There are many pieces of research are available for neem oil to prove that makes remarkable benefits for skincare. However, modern research usually performed in the mice to prove, even though the extended research which are researched good benefits on the human body also done which can be found below.
In 2017 a study from Graduate School of Biotechnology, College of Life Sciences, from the Republic of Korea about “Topical application of neem leaves prevents wrinkles formation in UVB-exposed hairless mice” shows neem oil is one of the promising agents to treat aging symptoms like skin dryness, thinning skin and wrinkling.
In 2012 study from Department of Dermatology, University Hospital of Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland about“Post-surgical scalp wounds with exposed bone treated with a plant-derived wound therapeutic” of nine people, neem oil was shown to help the healing process of post-surgical scalp wounds.
In 2013 study from Department of Pharmaceutics, P. Rami Reddy Memorial College of Pharmacy, Kadapa, Andhra Pradesh, India about “Formulation and characterization of solid lipid nanoparticles loaded Neem oil for topical treatment of acne” this researcher concluded that neem oil would be a good prolonged treatment for acne.
There are studies that shows As a natural resource, neem extract has the advantages of easy availability, low cost and safe to use for humans, which collectively make neem-derived compounds valuable candidates for anticancer therapy and other skincare. Preclinical studies have primarily established neem as a potential preventive and therapeutic agent against various types of cancer. This study found that it may help reduce tumors caused by skin cancers.
Neem oil is safe for most people to use, but more studies need to be done to determine if neem oil is an effective addition to your beauty regimen.
How to use neem oil on your skin
The biggest advice to purchase a 100% pure, cold-pressed neem oil. However Organic tag is not required for this Neem oil because the Neem tree which can be found more than 100+ trees in small village means that a lot of lot tree is already present and there no need to new cultivation for this tree, So this all is Organic only, some people add Organic tag to add up the price however you should ensure that this adulteration free oil or not and about the manufacturer that's it.
First of all, you should check yourself whether you have any allergy problem with Neem oil or not, to check this instead of directly applying in face you should try in your arm side with small patch and check after 1 day to see you got any allergic reaction - such as reddishness if so please add 50% coconut oil and neem oil mixture to use.
Pure neem oil is incredibly influenced to treating acne, warts or moles and fungal infections use neem oil to spot treat affected areas on the skin. This a good option instead of using neem oil-based cream a direct neem oil can be used.
Steps to use Neem Oil:
Take 10 to 12 drops of neem oil and apply on a cotton swab and allow a few minutes to get soaked fully.
Now gently rub on the affected area and let it get dry by its own, try using it by night
Wash it out by morning
Follow these steps daily to get the desired results
The mixture of coconut oil with neem oil and castor oil with neem oil also gives a good result based on the requirement also to reduce the harsh smell while using. Make sure to use these are cold-pressed oils to get the real benefits. An init, using a mixture of castor oil do not apply more than 30 minutes in your body because castor has a natural cooler for the body it makes the body more chill.
Some recommend Neem oil for a warm bath where you can add a few drops on the warm water and take bath to treat a larger area of the body.
Side effects of Neem oil
Everything has little, Yes. taking continuously leads to influence in a different way to the human body. So better to when to stop using it. Also what age group can take.
Kids less than age 12 taking the neem oil by mouth leads vomiting, diarrhea and brain disorder and coma
Pregnant & breastfeeding women taking neem oil or neem bark by mouth at this period may lead to miscarriage
Some study says using neem oil can lower the blood sugar level and might cause very lower blood sugar for Diabetes
A study says using the neem oil can harm sperm and reduce the chance of fertility
Sources & References:
Topical application of neem leaves prevents wrinkles formation in UVB-exposed hairless mice: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1011134416303323
Post-surgical scalp wounds with exposed bone treated with a plant-derived wound therapeutic. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22584740
Formulation and characterization of solid lipid nanoparticles loaded Neem oil for topical treatment of acne: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2221618913601444?via%3Dihub
Neem components as potential agents for cancer prevention and treatment https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4734358/