Neem has been used traditionally to treat a range of illnesses from skin, hair and dental disorders, to diabetes, cardiac problems. It is also an effective contraceptive, a natural pesticide, and a mosquito repellent. However, neem oil, if ingested in large doses, can have severe to fatal repercussions. From causing nausea, drowsiness, and diarrhea to inducing abortions, neem oil can have some side effects you need to be wary of. Neem leaves, twigs, seeds, and bark are generally safe if used correctly.
An unpleasant smell from the hair is intrusive and daunting. Various reasons like an oily scalp, dandruff, applying conditioner to the scalp, excessive sweating, pollution, bacterial infection, and fungal infection contribute to the odor. While some are the results of poor hygiene, some are due to hormonal imbalances or environmental factors.[.....]
Every part of the neem plant (roots, bark, gum, leaves, fruit, seed kernels, and seed oil) is used in therapeutic formulations for the treatment of skin, hair, and digestive problems. Its antifungal, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory properties make it useful in treating dandruff, dry hair, skin eruptions like acne, boils, and ulcers, wrinkles, and skin infections like eczema.
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