15 Creative and Super Easy Ways to Use Neem Oil

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11. Healthy, shiny hair

While we are talking about hair, weekly applications of neem oil will give you a healthy scalp and beautifully healthy hair. Massage the oil into the scalp and leave overnight or apply it an hour or so before you wash your hair. If you find the smell rather strong, dilute it in some almond, olive, or coconut oil. Regular use of neem oil will solve hair thinning problems and give you stronger, naturally shiny, beautiful hair. Read more about remedies for healthy hair, eyelashes and eyebrows.


12. Natural anti-inflammatory

Need oil has great anti-inflammatory properties and can be used for muscular pains, aching joints, arthritis, and inflamed skin wounds. Warm a mixture of neem oil and coconut or almond oil and massage it into any area that hurts.


13. Kills parasites

Neem oil naturally kills intestinal worms. Try drinking some neem tea or mix a bit of neem oil into some juice to kill intestinal parasites.


14. Supports oral health

Neem oil helps to prevent the gums from becoming inflamed or irritated and kill the accumulation of bacteria in the mouth. Add a few drops of neem oil in your toothpaste or mouthwash to prevent cavities and gum disease.


15. Cancer treatment

Neem oil has been known to reduce the size of tumors when it is injected directly into the area. Talk to your doctor and see if this method is right for you.

There are many, many more uses for this miracle plant. Don’t use neem for infants or if you are pregnant or are trying to get pregnant as neem oil can make you abort. Anyone with a history of liver or kidney problems should not use neem oil.




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One Comment

  1. Kati

    Sep 8, 2017 at 12:31 am

    Caution: Neem can cause miscarriages. Pregnant and lactating women, and women trying to conceive, should not use neem.