Profile: Neem is venerated in traditional therapeutic methods for its variety of applications and is sometimes referred to as the "village pharmacy." Fast-growing Azadirachta indica is a tree that is indigenous to Nepal, Bangladesh, Pakistan, and India. Neem leaves, which are bitter and astringent, have long been used in Ayurveda and Traditional Chinese Medicine. Neem leaf is frequently used in infusions, extracts, topical applications, and steeped as neem leaf tea.
Modern research has been supporting the traditional applications of the neem tree, which have been used in Ayurvedic treatment in India for a long time. Neem has earned a reputation as a friend and protector in Indian villages thanks to its numerous benefits and uses. It's challenging to keep track of all the uses for the neem tree, which is indigenous to India. The neem tree, an evergreen that may reach a height of twenty feet in three years, is astonishingly resistant of both heat and drought. Each tree may provide up to 110 pounds of fruit per year and begins yielding fruit between the ages of three and five. The neem tree is one of the most valuable plants in India due to its quick growth, quick maturation, and high productivity.
Other names for neem include bead tree, margosa, and nimba. It belongs to the family Meliaceae.
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