Neem leaf

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Product Overview

  • Stimulates cleansing and purification/detoxification
  • Encourages skin repair and rejuvenation
  • Supports healthy blood sugar metabolism
  • Promotes healthy metabolic function of liver and GI tract
  • Each capsule delivers 410 mg of pure organic Neem Leaf (Azadirachta Indica)

Why will you love Neem?

Neem (Azadirachta Indica) is called ‘arista’ in Sanskrit word that means ‘perfect, complete and imperishable’. It has been used in Ayurveda for more than 4,000 years during Vedic period and regarded as “The Village Pharmacy”. It is a fascinating herb that not only promotes purifying blood but also cleansing/detoxifying the body which eventually boosts the immune system. Neem assists in derma care by encouraging skin repair and rejuvenation. It helps to maintain blood sugar levels & supports healthy cellular glucose absorption. It supports proper metabolic functioning of Gastrointestinal tract (GI) and healthy liver. It promotes healthy gums and even supports eye care. Neem balances the warm attributes of Pitta dosha because of its coolness. Its bitter astringent properties spur the sluggish Kapha dosha and helps in detoxification, while it aggravates Vata. This wondrous herb is said to be a part of one’s self-care ritual to balance doshas and freshen one’s skin, in the most natural way.

Athreya’s Neem is also available in powder form. Neem leaf/bark powder can be taken as a tea or added to a bucket of water or applied externally as a paste. Neem paste helps to promote hair growth by strengthening the hair follicles, making the hair lustrous and smooth. (Add products)

Why choose Athreya’s Neem capsules?

Athreya’s Neem comes from farms in south India near to the equator where the leaves are exposed constantly to the sun that concentrates the bitter principle in higher amounts naturally. We harvest leaves of Neem after monsoon season whereas bark is harvested during spring.

Our expert practitioners (Ayurvedic Vaidyas classically trained in India) have carefully curated the ingredients for this all-natural blend. They select only ethically wildcrafted and certified organic ingredients. Organically grown plants come from organic farms. We ensure that the farmers do not use pesticides or toxic chemicals during the harvest or processing. We also source fresh ingredients, cultivated in the ideal topographical environment. Careful sourcing increases the quality of the ingredients and the effectiveness of the supplementation.

While we source ingredients in India, we manufacture the product in the USA. Here we use the purest natural whole herb, delivering it in a plant-based veggie capsule. So, unlike tablets, it does not contain any fillers, excipients, herbal extracts, binding agents, or additive chemicals. This guarantees you access to whole foods and traditional products. Our herbal supplements go through multiple quality assurance checks before they reach your doorstep. We offer only the best for your health and wellbeing.

The Food and Drug Administration has not evaluated these statements. Athreya Herbs products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. The information contained in this website is provided for general informational purposes only. Advice on treatment or care of an individual patient should be obtained through consultation with a licensed healthcare practitioner.

Part used – Bark, leaves

Taste (Rasa) – Bitter, Astringent
Quality (Guna) – Light, Dry
Potency (Veerya) – Cold
Post Digestive Effect (Vipaka) – Pungent

Action on Doshas –Pitta (P)↓ Kapha (K)↓ {Vata (V)↑}

Action on Organ System Digestive system

Neem in Ayurvedic Literature

Bhavaprakasha Haritakyadi Varga

निम्बपत्रं स्मृतं नेत्र्यं कृमिपित्तविषप्रणुत् ||८३||
वातलं कटुपाकञ्च सर्वारोचककुष्ठनुत् |

Phytonutrients inside Neem?

Azadirachta indica shows therapeutics role in health management due to rich sources of various types of active biological compounds. These active constituents have been isolated from various parts of neem. The active constituents found in neem are nimbin, nimbidin and nimbinene. Nimbidin is known to have antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, antifungal properties.

Plant Morphology

Azadirachta Indica is truly one of Mother Nature’s most remarkable trees. The neem tree is an incredible plant that has been declared the “Tree of the 21st century” by the United Nations. The tree is said to grow ‘almost anywhere’ in the tropical and subtropical regions and native to India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. Neem is an attractive broad-leaved, evergreen and is the fastest-growing tree that reaches up to 15 -20 m and old trees may reach up to 30-40 m. Branches are long, wide and spreading and have a dense roundish crown. The trunk of the tree is short and straight about 1 – 2 m in diameter. Simple and opposite leaves are about 3 – 8 cm long; young leaves of the plant are reddish to purple in color and mature leaves are dark green in color. The neem tree normally starts fruiting after 3-5 years. Flowers are small, white-colored and fragrant. Olive like drupe fruit is oval to round, smooth and immature fruits are green in color. After the ripening color of fruit changes to yellow with pulp and seed inside.

Take 1–2 capsules once or twice daily with water, or as directed by your health practitioner.

Please consult with your physician prior to the use of this product if you are pregnant, nursing, on medication, or have a medical condition. Do not use if seal is broken. Keep out of the reach of children.

Ayurveda Carrier Substances (Anupanas) for Neem

Universal – Warm Water*

* Anupana- Anupana is the carrier substance or vehicle that carries herbs into the body for proper assimilation. The herb becomes more potent when given with suitable Anupana.

Serving size: 2 capsules
Servings per container: 50
Each capsule contains: 410 mg of Nimba (Neem Leaf) Azadirachta Indic Certified Organic Ingredients
Other ingredients: Veggie (Plant-based) capsule


This item is gluten free, soy free, yeast free, dairy free, GMO free, preservative free, contains no animal by-products and is suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
Laboratory tested for purity of heavy-metal levels.
NEEM
Botanical Name – Azadirachta Indica
Family – Meliaceae
English Names – Neem, Indian Lilac, Margosa

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