Neem - Natural Blood PurifierNeem Tree (Azadirachta Indica) has long been used in traditional medicines for curing a wide array of disorders. In fact Ayurveda, often refers to neem as ‘sarva roga nivarini’, meaning that which can cure all the human disorders, when taken at proper time, proper quantity and in proper combination with other ayurvedic herbs. It is known to contain nimbin, nimbidin, nimbolide, nimandial, nimbinine and other beneficial compounds that have anti-fungal, anti-bacterial, and anti-inflammatory agents. Apart from being used to treat a variety of disorders, neem is also considered to be as a potent purifier and detoxifier, one which has the capability to purify the blood naturally.
We take toxins in our body daily and these toxins disrupts the function of our internal organs. When these toxins get accumulated in large quantities, they start damaging our vital organs resulting in symptoms of allergies, low immunity, headaches, fatigue, and other health related problems. Neem being a purifying agent helps in eliminating these toxins from the body and also promotes circulation, allowing the blood to carry the necessary nutrients and oxygen to all parts of the body. The anti-histamine effect of nimbidin found in the neem leaves cause the blood vessels to dilate and is considered very effective in reducing elevated blood pressure. It has also been scientifically proven to reduce blood clots, heart irregularities and high cholesterol levels.
Neem also helps in controlling the blood sugar levels and triggers sugar metabolism. It is also known to act as insulin after being digested by the body, making it an effective remedy for treating diabetes. The polysaccharides in neem are known to reduce the inflammation and swelling that occur in arthritis. It also helps in the suppression of joint pains caused due to arthritis and helps create a healthy balance in the immune system, directly affecting the progression of arthritis. The polysaccharides also helps in increasing the antibody production and enhances cellular mediated response, this dual action of neem helps in warding off the frequent infections that generally accompany AIDS. Neem leaf extracts have also been proven to significantly alter cancer development at extra hepatic sites by influencing hepatic biotransformation enzymes and antioxidants. Compounds found in neem have also been found to have anti-ulcerative properties, considered beneficial for treating peptic and duodenal ulcers and other gastric discomforts.