Neem leaf is traditionally used for its favorable action on the blood sugar level. According to the Ayurveda, this natural product contributes efficiently to the blood sugar control.
Neem has been a venerated tree used by Indians for thousands of years for its numerous virtues. Powerful detoxifier, Neem can drain all the toxins for a healthier body. It is very useful in case of overeating or addiction (tobacco, alcohol...).
Finally, it is known for its action on joint pains as well as for its antioxidant virtues.
For an intensive treatment, it would be interesting to combine Neem and Gymnema Sylvestris.
For 3 capsules: Dried Neem leaves* (Azadirachta indica) 900 mg, Vegetable-based coating agent (hypromellose) 270 mg.
* Products from organic farming, certified by Ecocert FR-BIO-01.
Pill box containing 60 capsules of 398mg - Net weight: 23,88 g
Herbs originating from India. Encapsulation, packaging, bacteriological and heavy metals analyses are made in France.
One capsule three times a day during meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) with a glass of water.
Rebalances people of the Kapha and Pitta types but can increase problems for people of the Vata type
Neem, « India’s natural pharmacy »
Indians have awarded the Neem thousands of virtues since time immemorial; Europeans are now discovering it, for their greater well-being!
In India, Neems are venerated trees. Mahatma Ghandi was even commonly seen praying under one of them. To fully enjoy their properties, the Spiritual Leader ate each day a chutney of Neem leaves. Let’s not forget that the first medical texts written in Sanskrit refer to the beneficial effects of the Neem’s fruits, seeds, oil, leaves, root and bark. Each part of the Neem has been used for centuries in the ayurvedic medicine, to heal various health problems (respiratory & digestive problems, blood glucose…).
Used to « purify and detoxify the blood », Neem leaf is known for its powerful hypoglycaemic effect. According to the Ayurveda, the quercetin, a very efficient flavonoid, provokes the action of Neem to control the sugar level in blood.
Because of its beneficial effects on the skin, Neem oil is mixed into creams, cosmetic oils, shampoos, repellents, sunscreen products and toothpastes. In rural India, small twigs of Neem are used as toothbrushes to strengthen the gums.
Sprayed at home, Neem oil repels mosquitoes. Sprayed on animals or in stalls, this oil removes parasites. The biological action of Neem extract also fights against more than 400 insect pests, some of which are highly resistant to chemical pesticides. However efficient Neem oil may be on pests, it is not toxic to warm-blooded animals (vertebrate animals) and to human beings.
This generous tree is characterised by its multiple actions on human health and conservation of the environment.
Tough, it is adapted to poor soils; it can reach a final height of 20 metres and live up to 200 years. In May, Neem produces fragrant, star-shaped, purple flowers, held in clusters; it is even nicknamed “Indian lilac” due to this cheerful aspect, though the term “natural pharmacy” is certainly the most appropriate!