Organic Neem Leaf Powder

Botanical Name: Azadirachta indica
Plant Part Used: Leaves
Processing Method: Drying, Grinding

Also known as margosa and Indian lilac, neem leaves are bright green in colour. Native to India and South Asia, it is popular for its bitter test. Azadirachtin is the major active component of neem, while it also contains nimbolinin, nimbin, nimbidin, nimbidol, sodium nimbinate, gedunin, salannin, and quercetin. Rich in antioxidants, it is majorly used in skincare products and cosmetics. Neem aids a number of common health conditions including eye disorders, loss of appetite, fever, liver problems, skin ulcers, urinary tract disorders, leprosy, and haemorrhoids.

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  • 1 What are the bioactive constituents present in neem?
    Neem is packed with protein, carbohydrates, minerals, calcium, phosphorus, vitamin C, carotene, etc. It also contains glutamic acid, tyrosine, aspartic acid, alanine, praline, glutamine, and cystine-like amino acids, and several fatty acids (dodecanoic, tetradecanoic, elcosanic, etc.).
  • 2. What is its botanical name and which place is it native to?
    Neem is native to India and its botanical name is Azadirachta indica.
  • 3. Does Neem leaf have any side effects?
    Neem leaf does not have any side effects. However, consumption beyond limit is not recommended.
  • 4. Can it kill coliforms and other pathogens?
    Yes, neem leaf can help eliminate pathogens and coliforms.
  • 5. Does neem leaf help gain immunity?
    Yes, neem leaf can promote the immune system of the body and help fight against infections.
  • 6. Are the neem leaf compounds water soluble?
    The compounds of neem leaf are not highly soluble in water. The rate of solubility is less than 20%.
  • 7. What is the taste of organic Neem leaf powder?
    Since organic neem leaf powder contains limonoid, it has a bitter taste
  • 8. What is the GMO status of this organic neem leaf powder?
    Our products are free from GMO. As GMOs are dangerous for health, we do not accept organic neem leaf powder from the facilities where GMOs are manufactured, processed, or produced.