Medicinal Benefits of NEEM Tree (Dongoyaro)

Description of the Neem Tree (Azadirchata indica)

The neem tree, Azadirachta indica, a miracle plant as is popularly called is a tropical evergreen with a wide adaptability. Native to India and Burma, it has been transplanted to Africa, the Middle East, South America and Australia. It is especially suited to semi-arid conditions and thrives even in the poorest soil with rainfalls as little as 18 inches (450 mm) per year and temperatures up to 50° C (120° F). It may grow up to 50 feet (15 m) tall and live for 200 years.

Neem  leave,a good antiretroviral drug

Its blossoms are small, white flowers with a very sweet, jasmine-like scent. Its edible fruit — loved by children in Africa — is about 3/4 of an inch (2 cm) long, with white kernels. A neem tree generally begins bearing fruits at three to five years of age, and can produce up to 50 kg (110 lbs.) of fruit annually when mature. The pinnate leaves have a very bitter taste and a garlic-like smell.

Due to its medical and insecticidal properties, the neem tree has been widely used in the traditional medicine and agriculture in India. Apart form Azadirchata indica there are two other know species of neem: siamensis azadirachtaand exceisa azadirachta

Different parts of Neem tree and its oil extracted out of seed is being used in different parts of the world for different purposes. Two decades of research has revealed promising results in many disciplines like medicines, cosmetics and agriculture etc. This obscure species may be on the cusp of bringing enormous benefits to countries both poor and rich. Even some of the most cautious researchers are saying that Neem deserves to be called a wonder plant. These days many types of products are being consumed in daily life around the world made out of Neem and it’s by-products.



Leaf: Leprosy ,eye problem ,epistaxis ,intestinal worms, skin ulcer, antiretroviral, anorexia, biliousness

Bark: Analgesic ,alternative and curative of fever

Flower :Bile suppression ,elimination of intestinal worms and phlegm

Fruit :Piles, urinary disorder ,eye problem,diabetes,phlegm wounds and leprosy.

Twig: Cough, asthma ,piles ,phantom tumour, intestinal worms, spermatorrhoea obstinate urinary disorder, diabetes.

Gum :Scabies, wounds, ulcers, skin diseases .

Seed : Leprosy and intestinal worms

Oil: Leprosy and intestinal worms.

Posted on January 10, 2013, in Common Ailments, Others and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 16 Comments.

  1. okay, please, what are the special herbal formulation or combination for tumor in women. kindly reply to my gmail


  2. ( please, I need to know the part of neem that can be used for turmor elimination and prevention. thanks)


  3. pls does it work for

    menstrual pain. and how do I use it for that


  4. I need to know how to use the twig(root) for tumor (fibroid) in women. Please explain to me through this medium.


    • Hello Wilson,
      Please be informed that the tumor needs special herbal formulations and send me a message if you need one to be sent to you stating your precise location and address asap.
      Many thanks
      NUSID Lifecare


  5. Medical benefits of neem are a lot, now a new Cancer Research says that a protein found in neem can help fight cancer too.

    Liked by 1 person

  6. Good to note that it works well on malaria parasite and some other ailments here enumerated…
    Keep researching….
    Sent from my BlackBerry wireless handheld from Glo Mobile.


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