Neem – The Wound Healer
Neem…the name itself is enough to make its place…this multi purpose herb has been and continued to be a healer in different forms to different kinds of wounds..
Don’t be surprised if your grandma discloses to you that back in your childhood when you got hurt..the green bitter smelling paste she secretly made and applied to your wound that left just that brown scab and healed the wound was nothing else but neem paste!
Because yes neem is really that old and useful in treating the wounds of toddlers and little kids running about the house like an unleashed arrow…and wait! Why just kids…any wound on anyone’s body…and yes I mean an open wound..can easily be healed using Neem water or paste..
neems has been closely studied and understood by men with lot of brains…Not just wounds are treated using the herb…but also…sprains….bruises…burns…sore throats…any kinds of infections…You name it and it has healed it..
You the qualities of this magical herb are so contrasting that sometimes one goes in a deep thought as to how that same little herb treat two things so greatly differentiating…and apart from doin git…it does it so well..and we are left wondering..like for example Neem is known to treat an unsuppurationg sore and then even a suppurating one…at the same time…just imagine!..Well frankly that is just the beginning of our amazemnt..
And to everyone’s amazemnt..Neem is highly illustrious in treating those sores or excruciating zits that pop up near the eye…though it’s pretty obvious from sense that it causes pain and inflammation to apply neem in places such delicate as near the eye..but then the quick healing it does to the sores it quite unbelievable…though I wont miss to mention that treatment anywhere near the for any trouble is a feat that can only be dont by brave-hearts…and not the craven ones…to savour the results though…it actually is very tough because the inflammation can be quite piercing and unbearable..but then the magic does happen…
Thats enough for you to know of neem’s wound healing property…have a look at our references as to how you should be preparing the paste to be applied on such wounds…have a look at these links..