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Benefits of dried Neem leaves:


  1. Cardiovascular Protection: Neem has been associated with cardiovascular protection.
  2. Antiseptic Action: Neem leaves have antiseptic properties
  3. Healing Effect: They have a healing effect on the body
  4. Regulation of Glucose Levels: Neem leaves can help regulate glucose levels.
  5. Hepatoprotection: They offer protection to the liver.
  6. Anti-Aging and Protective Antioxidants: Neem leaves contain potent antioxidants such as quercetin and nimbolide which can protect against the damaging effects of free radicals.
  7. Lowers Blood Sugar: Neem leaves have the potential to lower blood sugar.
  8. Helps Control Blood Pressure: Neem leaves can help control blood pressure.
  9. Protects The Liver: Neem leaves can protect the liver from damage caused by harmful chemicals and even some common medicines.
  10. Anti-Inflammatory: Neem leaves play a role as an anti-inflammatory substance via regulation of pro-inflammatory enzyme activities including cyclooxygenase (COX) and lipoxygenase (LOX) enzymes.
  11. Helps Destroy Cancerous Cells: Neem leaves have many incredible medicinal benefits, one of the most important things is that it kills cancerous cells.
  12. Helps Destroy Harmful Bacteria: Neem leaves help destroy harmful bacteria in the body.


 Its  always best to consult with a healthcare provider before starting any new health regimen. Enjoy the benefits of Neem! 

Neem Tea Leaves

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  • Dried Neem Leaves:

    1. Pour 1 cup of water into a saucepan and bring to a boil.
    2. Pour the water over 2 oz. of fresh neem leaves.
    3. Steep for about five minutes.
    4. Strain the tea and serve in a cup. You can flavor your tea with your choice of flavoring, including lemon juice and honey.

    Neem Tea with Ginger :

    1. Strain in a cup, mix some honey and take a sip. Diabetics may avoid adding honey.
    2. Boil for 5-10 minutes.
    3. In 1.5 cup of water, add 4-5 neem leaves and half-inch ginger (crushed).

    Remember, most people are more likely to enjoy the taste of a weaker neem tea rather than a strong one. Over-cooking or increasing the amount of neem leaf makes the tea much more bitter. Enjoy your tea! 

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