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What is Neem?

12° What is Neem?

What is neem? Neem is a tree, native to India, that is used as a natural pesticide and fertilizer, as a natural ingredient in cosmetics, as an additive to livestock feed and in pet care products, and even in healthcare treatments! Every part of the tree can be used - the bark, the leaves, the flowers, the gum, ...

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Curing the Flu? With Neem, Anything is Possible

Curing the Flu? With Neem, Anything is Possible

The influenza virus is an extremely dangerous, rapidly transmitted virus with a high mortality rate. Each season, the influenza virus kills an estimated 50,000 people, causes 200,000 hospitalizations, and incurs costs of up to $10 billion in medical care in the United States. The influenza virus genome, due to ...

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Neem Tree Profile

Neem Tree Profile

An evergreen tree in the Meliaceae family, neem is indigenous to Southeast Asia. Neem, or Margosa, grows extremely quickly, up to 2.6 feet (80cm) a year, and it can reach a height of around 5.6 feet (170cm) in its first season. Maturity is reached after 7-10 years. At maturity, the tree can be as tall as 50 - ...

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Neem Optimal Growth

Neem Optimal Growth

The Azadirachta indica is a hardy, drought resistant tree. It has a wide climatic adaptability growing in temperatures from 34ºF to 122ºF (1 ºC to 50 ºC), though it thrives with mean maximum temperatures of 79ºF to 100ºF (26 – 38 ºC). The A. indica occurs naturally in dry deciduous and thorn forests. Today, the ...

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The Life of Neem Infographic

The Life of Neem Infographic

The neem tree (Azadirachta Indica) is an evergreen in the Meliaceae (mahogany) family, celebrated for its remarkable healing properties as far back as 5,000BCE by the Harappa and Mohenjo civilizations. Fast-forward to the present day and neem is becoming renowned for its contributions to sustainable agri­cul­ture and ...

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