Some Interesting Facts about Margosa (Neem)

Margosa( neem ) has numerous Medicinal values and is used for Numerous effects, it’s a Fast-Growing plant and is used in numerous Drugs and is used as a Fungicide also. It is used in Cosmetics and Organic Husbandry operations. Margosa Leaves or trees have Antiviral, Anti-fungal, Anti-bacterial, Antiulcer, Anti-inflammatory, Antioxidant, and others. It’s also used for Curing big conditions like Diabetes, Fungal Infections, Skin-related, Liver problems, Gum-related problems, and others. 

Margosa Flowers:-

Margosa is Traditionally used for Treating many Diseases from ages. Most of its parts are Bitter in Taste, with the exception of Flowers. Margosa flowers are White in Colour, edible and Therapeutic. These Margosa flowers can be used as Powder, Fresh or in Dried form. Margosa flowers can be used to Treat Belching, Anorexia, Intestinal Worms and Nausea. It is Good for Eyes with Water and can be used for treating Skin Diseases. 

Margosa Twigs and Bars:-

Margosa Flowers, Twigs, Leaves and Fruits have Antibacterial and Anti-inflammatory properties, which helps us to Treat many Diseases. Margosa Twigs have Antibacterial properties which fight Germs in the Mouth, Maintain the Alkaline Level in Saliva, Keeps Bacteria at Bay, Treats Swollen Gums, Cavities, Plaque, and Gives a Whiter Teeth.

Margosa Oil:-

Margosa Oil extracted from the Margosa Seeds is rich with Medicinal Properties. It is also used in Cosmetics and other Beauty products like- Soaps, Hand Wash, Hair Oil etc. Products made by Margosa Oil are used to treat a bunch of Diseases and are known to be Excellent Mosquito Repellent. Margosa Oil also can be used to protect other plants from Insects. Other Uses of Margosa:- Margosa has been used since ages for its numerous Medicinal Benefits. It is Antibacterial and Anti-fungal and is commonly used in Shampoos for Treating Dandruff in Soaps or Creams for Skin conditions such as Acne, Psoriasis and Redness in Skin. Its leaves are used to treat Diabetes, and Control Blood Sugar Levels.

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