Home Remedies for Scabies

Neem – Blessing for ones suffering from Scabies

Even the tiniest of things on earth can prove to be the most pestering…just for example..even if a particle of dust enters our eye…it can render us frantic and irritable for several minutes…likewise..certain microscopic mites if come in contact with our skin..can trouble us to the hilt!

Scabies is is one such trouble caused by tiny mites….manifested on skin and causes small itchy bumps and blisters Sarcoptes scabiei….These tiny pests get into the epidermis of skin and lay eggs there…
The burrows  the small holes these mites make) sometimes appear as short…wavy….reddish…or darkened lines on the skin’s surface…especially around the wrists and between the fingers…Anyone contracting it can develop a bumpy red rash….

hmm now the queation arises as to how people get scabies…?
You kniow this disease is highly contagious…and is mainly transmitted by prolonged skin-to-skin contact or through sexual contact with someone else who is infected with it….crowded and dingy places are conducive in spreading the disease by great measures  like maybe -
within a household
nursing homes
healthcare centers
college dorms

So basically an anticipatory caution before the disease actually develops can be a wise-step..

Why Neem to cure it???
Neem has already acted as a shield for many diseases..and cases with parasites and even fungal and viral problems….The claim is of neem’s ability to cure the apparently the incurable..Here giving you some solid reasons..
1. Neem is certified organic..
2. It is a natural contraceptive…

When using Neem on their body to treat scabies we are almost sorted because Neem will STOP the reproduction cycles of mites….in other words there is no multiplication of the pests…

How does Neem do the magic?
The magical constituent of Neem is azadirachtin…..and azadirachtin seems to be an ‘ecdysone blocker’….It blocks/stops the insect’s production and release of these vital hormones….They will then stop to develop….thus breaking their life cycle….

hmm…so now we know the cure…okay now have a look at these…
1.   Neem..scabies treatment by www.discoverneem.com
2.   Treatment for scabies by www.neemgenie.co.uk
3.   Treat scabies by www.livestrong.com

Neem – The Village Pharmacy

In ancient rural India..owing to the backwardness of it..people discovered this wondrous tree called ‘Neem’…whose benefits had no end..Let me just frame the history more formally..
IT has a grand history indeed…It was back then in 1922 that archeologists from Britain stumbled across the 5000-year-old Indus Valley archaeological site in Northwestern India….There was something really unusual and uncanny that happened…as they dug deeper the explorations should have been more primitive and simple yet instead they were rather advanced to evryone’s surprise!

In the last layers of it they discovered the cities Harappa & Mohenjodaro….and the most tantalizing factor being the cities were advanced enough to compete with the cities today…I mean as far as the construction…the engineering and everything was concerned….Just imagine…right from sanitation, drainage…and even the way the houses were constructed were spectacular..hard to believe that they belonged to such an ancient period..
And they found magic burried in deep…the most magical herb Azadirachta Indica better known as Neem….And thats how we coined the word ‘Ayurveda’…the most ancient yet modern (oxymoron it is I know) medical system…and its chief tool being….nothing else but Neem

When it comes down to the medicinal properties of neem..they’re even mentioned in the most ancient of books like the Veda’s….So explicitly mentioned in the Veda’s are the benefits of Neem that nothing else holds a position higher than the amazing tree…thats how we know that the population of India…centuries ago…fearlessly used Neem for any and every ill of theirs…and hence named it ‘the village pharmacy’.

You know something that’ll draw you more towards neem is that it’s actually the chief ingredient of all blood purifiers….and even in medicines of Diabetic people… It cures..
The removal of external and internal parasites
Including-

  • Malaria
  • Fevers
  • Arthritis
  • Rheumatism
  • As an insect repellent

Though yet it is best at saving our teeth from decaying…. Dont know how many researches and studies now are staunch crusaders of the plant..
Understand it even more deeply…explore these reference links..

1. Neem tree-Azadirachta indica by Steve Nix
2. Neem- The village pharmacy by vedicheritaginc.com
3. Neem_ Village Pharmacy by www.neemtree.info

Unknown Benefits of Neem

With so many things to pay attention to in today’s world…Its surprising to note that still certain countries in the west are not much acqaintained with Neem…Neem as a herb..Neem as a medicine…Neem as problem shooter for all ills…and even if they do know about it…then plethora of it remains under wraps..
Often termed it is as ‘Nature’s Drugstore’ and ‘Village Pharmacy’ conferred on a herb…Neem is pretty famous in most of the Asian countries…Widely used as a major component in Ayurvedic and Unani medicinal system…

Its the apt doctor for all possible physical skin diseases…Has great hold in Ayurveda for being..
Anti-diabetic
Contraceptive
Anti-bacterial
Anti-viral
Sedative in nature

This is a tad less known about the tree that not even a single part of the tree is spared as far as it’s use is concerned…Be it the leaves…bar…seeds or flowers anything or everything attached to the tree has a benefitting use..
Desperate for a healthy…clean…glowing skin? Resort to Neem…the saviour…You its amazing to know that Neem alone is the highest position holder in terms of its demand to cure the problems of acne and skin rashes…..It’s leaves are the ones that meticulously remove the skin impurities causing pimples…acne…spots..scars…done so by free radical in the body by neutralizing them….
Okay now comes an entirely different use..which i presume most of us are not aware of….
Neem is both!
a.    A tonic…
b.    An astringent...

used in the right way…we obtain flawlessly glowing skin to flaunt….What it does is that it extracts and oil remove the redness and itching while improving the condition of the skin….In case of pimples and acne..its like a inflammation extinguisher…and bacteria tracker!

Known for more than 4500 years for its wide range of  properties…the Neem tree belongs to the plant family of Meliaceae and is indigenous to the Indian sub-continent……its a fast-growing ever-green tree which grows to a height of 50-56 feet…the branches of neem trees are widespread and have asymmetric leaves…

Barks of it are conducive in maintaining the substantial health of the body….the immunity….
Pesky common cold…fever…worm birth…treat them with neem…and it will eradicate them….

Here’s another new one…its antibacterial properties treat gum diseases and cavities….and again due to its strong anti-oxidant properties…its like a shield against chemically induced carcinogens and liver damage by increasing antioxidant levels….
Also Neem has
Anti viral
Anti-fungal
Anti-parasitic qualities
Antiseptic
Anti-inflammatory
Anti-pyretic

And listen up! NO side effects! (phew!)
Such a vast range of benefits so less known in the west and cure it has been associated with ayurveda from a long time ago and has been benefiting us in numerous ways….okay I forgot to mention this one… Prevention for malaria…dengue…and other insect bite…can be shouldered by neem very easily…

Need I say more..? No..I believe..so just have a look at our references…
1. The many health benefits of neem by writer1
2. Neem and environment by www.neemfoundation.org
3. Neem is good for by www.discoverneem.com

Branches Of Goodness – Neem’s Top 5

I am sure you must have heard and read chunks about neem and even the oilo that is obtained from it. They are highly antiseptic in nature and top the list of naturally therapeutic and edicinal oils. That is just one reason why neem is so popular all over the world.

  1.  Psoriasis: In clinical studies Neem extracts and oil were found to be as effective as coal tar and cortisone in treating psoriasis. However there were none of the usual side effects accompanying the use of Neem as there was with Coal tar and cortisone. When applied to the skin, Neem extracts and oil removed the redness and itching while improving the condition of the skin for the duration of the treatment.
  2.  Diabetes: Whether drinking a simple cup of tea out of the leaves or taking extracts of the Neem leaf, Neem significantly and consistently reduced insulin requirements for nonkeytonic, insulin fast, and insulin sensitive forms of Diabetes. Because of the numerous and successful clinical studies with Neem on Diabetes, the Indian equivalent of the FDA has approved the manufacture and sale of Neem tablets, by Pharmaceutical companies, for the treatment of Diabetes.
  3. Dental disease: In the old days, the people in India did not use neem toothpaste. They used neem toothbrushes instead. Chewing on a neem twig has for many centuries been the commonly preferred way to prevent gum disease and maintain healthy teeth.In a study to determine the most effective method for reducing plaque formation and the level of bacteria on tooth surfaces researchers compared antibiotics to a number of plant materials with known antibacterial properties, including neem. They found that microorganisms found in inflamed gums and resistant to penicillin (44%) and tetracycline (30%) but were not resistant to antibacterial plant extracts like neem. And unlike antibiotics, antibacterial plant extracts produced no allergy in the gingiva that could inhibit their effectiveness.
  4. Cancer: For centuries in India and Southeast Asia Ayurvedic practitioners and herbalists have successfully used Neem to reduce tumors. Clinical research performed in Europe and India using the polysaccharides and limonoids found in Neem bark, leaves, and seeds demonstrated some remarkable effects against cancers. These compounds not only reduced tumors and cancers but were also effective against lymphocytic leukemia. An amazing reduction in tumor size was reported when Neem extracts were injected around the tumors.
  5.  Herpes: Recent tests in Germany show that Neem is toxic to herpes simplex viruses. Neem exhibits antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, and astringent properties. The leaf and oil of this tree has been used for centuries in Southern Asia for maintaining beautiful and healthy skin.

Have a look at oour reference links now -

1. Neem tree-Azadirachta indica by Steve Nix
2. Neem- The village pharmacy by vedicheritaginc.com
3. Neem_ Village Pharmacy by www.neemtree.info

Neem Seed Oil Unleashed

Neem seed oil is one amazing oil that has the power and compounds to scrape all the problems from your skin…and in fact leaves the skin really clean and glowing owing to its antiseptic properties…

The Neem Tree (Azadirachta indica) is known the world over as the “tree of life.” Its medicinal and healing properties have long been revered and worshiped, while mention of its name and properties dates back thousands of years in ancient holy texts from the Indian Subcontinent. The medicinal and healing properties of the Neem Tree have garnered much recent scientific clinical investigation. So far, the clinical results seem to be promising.

From the leaves, seeds, flowers to the bark, all parts of the Neem Tree are used to treat a multitude of diseases and disorders. In fact, entire villages in rural India depend on the Neem Tree to maintain the health of the village inhabitants. Various components of the Neem Tree have been scientifically shown to possess antiseptic, antiviral, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties.

  • Neem oil and neem powder are commonly used to treat a variety of skin conditions.
  • Due to its anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, neem is widely used to treat and manage skin conditions.
  • Neem is often applied to external wounds or cuts to promote healing and lower risk of infection.
  • Neem oil is often used to treat acne, skin rashes and burns.
  • Neem has long been used in the natural treatment of eczema. In fact, neem is said to actively reduce the itching and redness caused by eczema.
  • Neem is used to treat mild, moderate and even severe cases of acne. Neem has been shown to reduce the frequency of acne breakouts, and reduce the redness and inflammation associated with acne.
  • Neem is added to a variety of cosmetic soaps and lotions to help treat dry skin and prevent wrinkles.
  • The twigs from the neem tree are commonly used as natural toothbrushes to clean the mouth and to promote oral health.
  • Mouth washes and neem based toothpastes are used to actively treat tooth decay, treat inflamed gums and help prevent cavities.
  • According to Ayurvedic teachings, neem actively stimulates and strengthens gum tissue and helps prevent gum disease and gingivitis.

The information within this website is intended as reference material only and not as medical or professional advice. Your use of this website indicates your agreement to these terms.

Go through our reference links…

  1. Neem Seed Oil by Buzzle
  2. Neem by Hub Pages
  3. Neem by Livestrong

Bitter Better Neem

Neem essential oil is illustrious all over the world for its various medicinal and therapeutic properties and qualities. The first ones in the world to discover and bring this amazing herb to use were Indians. The oil is so full of uses and benefits for everyne sufferig from any kind of problem.

Neem tree fruit looks a bit like olives. It contains one seed, which in turn can have one or several kernels.

Oil is produced by crushing and pressing the kernels, and then purifying the extract.

Raw neem oil has a strong, pungent odour, often described as similar to sulphur and garlic. Yes, it definitely reeks.

It’s not enough to ask: “What is neem oil?” Before you buy or use neem oil you should also ask, “What kind of neem oil is this?”.

Just like there are differences in the quality of olive oil, there are also huge differences in the quality of neem seed oil. And just like with olive oil, cold pressed neem oil is good. Heat destroys the active ingredients.

For centuries millions of people have benefited from using various parts of the neem tree. Its recognized traditional uses are being confirmed by modern research findings. During the last 20 years more than 2000 research papers have been published on neem in journals, books and proceedings of international congresses.

Neem tree in totality has been a village dispensary and a qualified plant by itself. Every part of this plant finds use as medicine for

  • Itching
  • Skin disease
  • Leprosy
  • Blood disorders
  • Worms
  • Diabetes
  • Piles
  • Dysentery
  • Jaundice
  • Vomiting
  • Wounds
  • Eye disease
  • Paraplegia
  • Female genital diseases
  • All kinds of fevers

More than 150 compounds have been so far isolated from neem. Out of these seed accord for 101 including 43 from the malodorous fraction, the leaves 37; and flowers, bark and root furnish the rest (Dhan Prakash et al, 1996).

How your neem oil has been purified is also important. There are different purification methods. Some can leave traces of organic solvents and petrochemicals. Those can cause allergies.

Other purification methods remove most of the insecticidal properties. It says neem oil on the bottle, but it is actually a neem oil extract.

Neem oil has many uses, and what neem oil is best for you depends on how you want to use it.

Okay now have a look at our reference links now -

1. Neem tree-Azadirachta indica by Steve Nix
2. Neem- The village pharmacy by vedicheritaginc.com
3. Neem_ Village Pharmacy by www.neemtree.info

Neem Oil for Glowing Skin

Neem – Like Polish to Gold, Like Neem to Skin

Can I please elaborate the title of this article???
(Oh yes I will!)
I know it’s crystal clear but still I’ll go for the feat…Neem and a glowing..healthy skin…go hand in hand…Neem is like a mother to your skin…no matter by which means you utilize it…it only does good…no matter by chewing neem leaves (Okay I know it’s a little too tough a job) or applying neem paste on the face…it cleans it…scrapes out the impurities…lets your pores breathe…here’s how it does so…

I presume that you already know that Neem’s involvement in medicines….cosmetics…and health-related items immemorial in India (in a matter-of-factly tone)….
Keep glued…Neem is one of the best…nah! it IS the ‘best…bitter…basic’ (wow! alliteration!) tonics in ayurveda which help detoxification and also extends a helping hand in improving the immune system….
There’s more (now of your ultimate interest) Neem…is very helpful in treating skin disorders and helps maintain a healthy……beautiful….glowing and hydrated skin….

Neem has properties to drop your jaw…it is
great at purifying the blood
at maintaining healthy circulatory….digestive….respiratory and urinary systems
anti-bacterial
anti-fungal
Pretty prolific no?

You know how it does so?
Neem actually kills the underlying bacteria that cause Acne / Pimples and stifles them from hitting back…. It does NOT matter how you use it (like I mentioned previously)….no matter in face-packs…or consuming it wholely…or by any other means…it does the same fo r your skin either ways…purifies your blood…kills the bacteria causing ugly big zits…scrapes the dead skin…rendering it clean…clear…glowing..
Going for Neem Supplement is the smartest option because it takes care of Facial Acne….Back Acne and other skin disorders like Psoriasis and Eczema…as it does wonders for your skin…

Try making a neem face-pack…which will do unbelievable wonders to your skin...

Make a neem face pack with milk…yogurt….neem powder and rose petal powder….Aplly this on your face…..your nect…….and even on your arms…..Let it dry for 20 minutes and then clean your skin with rose water….This neem pack can cure your acne problems as neem has got medicinal properties…and will leave your skin hydrated and glowing..it’ll polish your skin…will bring out the pure and clean skin that lies under the heaps of dust and dead skin..

hmm…pretty updated now…check out these reference links..

1.    Face packs for oily skin by HYPERLINK ” www.beautytipshub.com
2.    Make up by Somreeta Mukherjee
3.    Home remedies for glowing skin by www.indiaparenting.com

Neem-Uses

Neem – Some of It’s ‘Many’ Uses
Certain things on earth lie in categories that if they are given any introduction…it would demean their existence…Neem is just one of such things we are blessed with on earth…
Illutrious in India…actually now worldwide for it’s myriad properties is Neem…You can come across one such plantation in almost every nook and corner of the country…Its properties not only treat..they eradicate illnesses from the very roots…
It has other names too..

  • Margosa tree in English
  • Azadirachta indica in Biology

You know the tree is actually worshipped in India because of it’s prolific nature…its ability to cure almost any and every physical ill..

Neem…the best part about it is that… it is
Anti bacterial…
Anti protozoal…
Anti parasitic…
Anti fungal…
Anti viral…
That is the major reason it helps in protection from all possible microorganisms….which are ever-ready to invade in our bodies and cause health troubles..

Mixing neem leaves with bathing water can render it devoid of any possible infections it otherwise might be bearing..and the custom is almost a routine in almost all Indian households…it targets mild infections..Apply it on face and get relief from things like..
acne
eczema
ringworms

Miraculous for skin troubles…no matter what your skin type…itch…rash…infection…allergy….give them all a dose of neem…and witness a stupendous difference…

Neem water is widely used in burn injuries..thus to protect them from any further infection and to enhance healing…
Massage your scalp with it and get rid of lice…early sprouting of grey hair…hair fall….and oops I missed dandruff…

Its local application on arthritic conditions like
Osteoarthritis…
Lower back pain…
Rheumatoid arthritis…
Gout…
Musculus skeletal pains…
for the above mentioned problems it has magical results you see…

It has a certain component in it because of which it is extremely helpful in indigestion….constipation and restoring taste of mouth….not only this…it also kills those wriggly intestinal worms…..and is highly recommended hyperacidity and epigastric pain as it suppresses pitta that is the main cause of such …illness….Good results have also been seen in gastritis…

It is this natural blood purifier because of its properties that detoxifies any toxins in our blood stream which may lead to illness…and also helps in diabetes…actually to a great extent it controls it…

hmm…did I mention urinary infections? Probably no…yes! It is very helpful in curing urinary tract infections…

It in a way…encourages the liver to function aptly thereby keeping the secretion of the right fluids in track…..It acts on all kinds of skin disorders and provides great relief….in case of all!
It works as an anti inflammatory and pain relieving agent…
It also helps in suppressing extra heat generated in body due to any reason thus helps in maintaing normal condition in hyperthermia….maintaining the normal body temperature and hence suppressing fever…
Coughing is relieved by use of neem water…

So noe you know why I cant stop gushing about the herb..its worth every bit of it…

Anyway…have a look at these..
1.  Medicinal properties of neem by D.P Agarwal
2.  Neem oil by HYPERLINK www.organeem.com
3.  Neem uses by livestrong.com

Treating Mouth Ulcers with Neem

Neem- Don’t let that big mouth turn into a bloody one (Treating Mouth Ulcers)

Thankfully..I have been through the problem but have observed closely the ones suffering from it…trust me it painful to see the sufferers..leave aside being one..

Mouth ulcers basically are sores or open lesions in the mouth….badly painful during any activity that involves the mouth…
As far as the symptoms are concerned…they vary greatly and depend on the specific cause of the mouth ulcer…..But generally they are
Pain or discomfort in the mouth
Open sores in the mouth
Neem gives you fresh breath and a feeling of cleanliness after it is used….Leaving aside from its dental benefits…..it works wonders with keeping cavities at bay and can help prevent the buildup of plaque….With the fact that it relieves general discomfort and pain….removes bacteria….as well as helps to cure mouth ulcers to great extents….

Mouth wash made out of neem is very efficient in the treatment of ulcers….tooth decay…bleeding and sore gums….A mouth wash…using Neem oil… has been used for the treatment of mouth ulcers and is even considered to be a good home treatment for mouth related problems…

Neem is a most effective ulcer disease treatment In diseases like…Gingivitis involves inflammation and/or infection that results in destruction of the tissues that support the teeth….including the gingiva (gums)….the periodontal ligaments…and the tooth sockets…Wow that sounds relieving…

There’s this disease called Periodontitis (Pyorrhea is an advanced stage of gum (periodontal) disease that can result in the loss of your teeth….Untreated…periodontitis will progress until your teeth loosen and fall out…
Bleeding gums had healed and the secretion from pockets around the teeth had stopped….The bluish colored gums returned to a healthy pale pink color..

Thanks to Neem…This is what the ones using it religiously…had to say…
Neem bark extracts can reduce the ability of some streptococci to colonize tooth surfaces….Know about it? No issues..I’ll brief provide you with reference…
and imagine one person even reported a reversal of the loss of gum tissue by chewing fresh neem leaves….Some Science brains aver of antibacterial compounds and neem’s ability to improve the immune response in the gums and tissues of the mouth account for these results….and ulcers can go for a toss..

hmm…Okay now quickly check out our reference links…
1.    Neem and gums by HYPERLINK www.netowne.com
2.    Herbal care by Karta Purkh Singh Khalsa
3.    Benefits of neem by www.medicine.365healthonline.com

Neem Oil – Power-Packed Natural Oil

The fact is undeniable that the oil obtained from Neem is the most powerful and highly antiseptic as compared to any other possible natural oil. The oil has properties that can give even the best of medicines a run for their money.

Neem oil is a vegetable oil pressed from the fruits and seeds of Neem (Azadirachta indica), an evergreen tree which is endemic to the Indian subcontinent and has been introduced to many other areas in the tropics. It is perhaps the most important of the commercially available products of neem for organic farming and medicines.

Neem oil is derived by pressing the seed kernels of the neem tree. It is very bitter with a garlic/sulfur smell. A single seed may contain up to 50 percent oil by weight. Neem oil is an excellent moisturizing oil and contains various compounds that have insecticidal and medicinal properties. It is used in making shampoos, toothpaste, soaps, cosmetics, mosquito repellants, creams and lotions, pet products like pet shampoo, etc. It also contains vitamin E, other essential amino acids and some percentages of fatty acids. Neem oil is used for treating many skin diseases viz. eczema, psoriasis, skin allergies, etc. and is being studied for making contraceptives in India. A compound found in Neem Oil and neem leaves extract- ‘Salannin’, has been proven to be safer but more effective insect repellant than DEET. Neem provides protection from not only mosquitoes, but also from biting flies, sand fleas and ticks.

Neem oil is not used for cooking purposes but, in India and Bangladesh, it is used for preparing cosmetics (soap, hair products, body hygiene creams, hand creams) and in Ayurvedic, Unani and folklore traditional medicine, in the treatment of a wide range of afflictions. The most frequently reported indications in ancient Ayurvedic writings are skin diseases, inflammations and fevers, and more recently rheumatic disorders, insect repellent and insecticide effects.

Traditional Ayurvedic uses of neem include the treatment of Acne, fever, leprosy, malaria, ophthalmia and tuberculosis. Various folk remedies for neem include use as an anthelmintic, antifeedant, antiseptic, diuretic, emmenagogue, contraceptive, febrifuge, parasiticide, pediculocide and insecticide. It has been used in traditional medicine for the treatment of –

  • Tetanus
  • Urticaria
  • Eczema
  • Scrofula
  • Erysipelas

Traditional routes of administration of neem extracts included oral, vaginal and topical use. Neem oil has an extensive history of human use in India and surrounding regions for a variety of therapeutic purposes.

Alright, now check out our reference links –

  1. Neem Seed Oil by Buzzle
  2. Neem by Hub Pages
  3. Neem by Livestrong