Neem: The Ayurvedic Herb for Inflammation & Health 

Written By  Aquib Nawab, BBA

Medically Reviewed By  Dr. Sandeep Madaan, MD (Ayurveda)

Introduction

Neem is an ancient Ayurvedic herb known for its anti-inflammatory properties. 

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History of Neem

Neem has been used for centuries in traditional Indian medicine for various health benefits. 

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Anti-inflammatory properties

Neem contains compounds that help reduce inflammation in the body. 

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Anti-microbial properties 

Neem has natural anti-microbial properties that can help fight infections. 

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Neem for skin care 

Neem oil is a common ingredient in skincare products, thanks to its anti-inflammatory properties. 

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Neem for oral health 

Neem twigs have been traditionally used as a natural toothbrush to improve oral health. 

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Neem for digestive health 

Neem can help reduce inflammation in the digestive tract and promote better gut health. 

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Neem for immune health 

Neem has immune-boosting properties that can help fight infections. 

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Neem for liver health 

Neem can help protect the liver and prevent liver damage. 

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Neem for blood sugar control 

Neem may help regulate blood sugar levels and reduce the risk of diabetes. 

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Neem for heart health 

Neem can help improve heart health by reducing inflammation and oxidative stress. 

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Neem for cancer prevention 

Some studies suggest that neem may have anti-cancer properties and could help prevent certain types of cancer. 

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How to use neem

Neem can be used in various forms, including as an oil, powder, or supplement. 

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Side effects and precautions 

Neem should be used with caution as it may cause side effects in some people. 

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