Neem Testimony: Terry from Arnprior Ontario, after using the Tonic and Cream Part 1 of 2
Neem Testimony: Terry from Arnprior Ontario after using the Neem Tonic and Cream
Part 2 of 2
Neem Cream Healing Testimony
S.M. from Quebec Canada wrote: "Let me make this as clear a statement as I possibly can. I have worked in the Commercial Plumbing/pipe fitting trade for many years. A pipe fitter will tell you how physical that is. At the age of 35 I had a lower back injury and could not work again. The doctors report stated "He can sit 20 minutes, stand 20 minutes or lay in bed 24 hours a day. I started with 5mg of staytec then 5 mg morphine and on up to 1mg 4xdaily of hydromorphcodone. Long story short... I took a bit of the Neem oil, prayed to god that I be off addictive, costly, pain medication forever. I then rubbed it at the area of origin and I can now move and ready to return to work at the age of 58. Praise god and his believers who brought this to me. I only used the oil one time." S.M. Qc.
J.J. Renfrew Ontario wrote: IT'S GONE, GOD HAS HEALED ME! I KNOW IT WAS THANKS TO GOD'S BLESSING OF NEEM!! I had a lump under my left armpit, noticed it 2 or 3 years ago, when I was living with. Anyway it was sore and kept growing. NOW PRAISE BE TO GOD AFTER ONLY A FEW DAYS AND IT IS GONE!! Don't know when it was healed after I started using the Neem deodorant. on it not long ago daily, but NO MORE LUMP AND NO MORE PAIN!
NOW IT IS GONE!! PRAISE BE TO GOD! Whatever it was GOD HAS HEALED ME! THANK YOU JESUS!!! And thank you Lorraine Molyneaux for your obedience in making and blessing me with a small container of Neem Deodorant! God has healed me from the growing bothersome lump!!!
Neem Cream - Testimonials
"My husband suffered for years with psoriasis on his scalp, face arms and hands. Neem cream has done more for his skin in two weeks than the hundreds of dollars worth of skin products he has tried." - C.D. - Canada
Eczema "My 4-1/2 month old grandson has persistent eczema. One application (of neem cream) has virtually cleared it up. Everyone knows someone with this problem and I have already been asked to provide a jar for this condition." - D.P. - Canada
Athletes foot "I put the neem cream on my athlete's foot that was open and often bleeding. My feet were completely healed in two weeks."
Wonderful Testimony for the Neem Oil and Tonic (after only 2 days of use) H.C. Ottawa Ontario wrote: "It sure is improving my psoriasis the oil. Even though the tonic tastes terrible my aches and pains don't seem to be as bad and I definitely have more energy" the price is amazing, so very cheap for an amazing product".
Debbie Van Horne wrote "I too apply the neem cream to my psoriasis behind my ears and it clears it up by morning. And the other day I had a tooth ache so brushed my teeth with the Neem toothpaste and pain left. All these products have helped me so much. Tonic gives me energy and oil for pain. Praise be to God.
Customer comment: Joan, Ancaster Ontario wrote: " Very attractive gift basket. Toothpaste has a wonderful refreshing taste that leaves teeth and gums feeling really clean, so much so I have already purchased a second bottle. Used the bath salts in my bath last night. So relaxing that I had a very sound, deep sleep. Would highly recommend this basket. Would make a fantastic Christmas gift. Such value at such an exceptional price! Many thanks, Joan
NEEM Documentary by Dr. David Suzuki
AMAZING BENEFITS OF NEEM OIL:
Used topically, Neem Oil can soothe red, itchy, inflamed skin associated with ailments like acne, burns, rosacea, eczema, psoriasis, and rashes among others.
Neem Oil works as a natural substitute for anti-aging products and as a protective agent against skin damage caused by UV rays. It deeply penetrates skin to restore moisture, enhance elasticity, smooth wrinkles, stimulate collagen production, and heal cracks caused by dryness. It reduces skin redness and brings out a healthy glow. Its ability to unclog pores and follicles while soothing irritated skin without leaving a greasy residue makes Neem Oil an effective agent for acne-prone skin; it prevents future breakouts by eliminating acne-causing bacteria, purging impurities, tightening the pores, and evening out skin tone. By softening the skin to make it supple, it facilitates the healing of scars and reduces their look and feel.
Used in hair, Neem Oil naturally removes dandruff and balances hair’s natural pH level, preventing future dandruff. It not only detangles hair, but it prevents hair thinning caused by pollution, stress or medication by promoting the growth of stronger, tamer hair. Regular application of Neem Oil to the scalp moisturizes hair from root to tip, maintains the health of the scalp, and repairs split ends, which can arrest the development of hair growth and create frizz. Neem Oil can rejuvenate and fortify dull, frizzy hair by conditioning it to restore its lustre and strength.
Used medicinally, Neem Oil contains components that prevent and eliminate fungal infections. By soothing the irritation and eradicating the bacteria that causes them, Neem Oil can calm skin ailments such as ring worm, Athlete’s Foot, nail fungus, and cold sores. By suffocating parasites that live on skin, it effectively eradicates ailments such as scabies and head lice. When applied to minor wounds, Neem Oil reduces inflammation and facilitates faster healing by increasing blood flow to the area and helping to create collagen fibres, which strengthen, firm, and shape skin.
As noted Neem Oil is reputed to have many therapeutic properties. The following highlights its many benefits and the kinds of activity it is believed to show:
COSMETIC: Anti-inflammatory, Anti-oxidant, Astringent, Regulating, Pediculicidal, Moisturizing
MEDICINAL: Antibacterial, Antiviral, Anti-inflammatory, Anti-fungal, Antiseptic, Antipyretic Antihistamine, Analgesic, Astringent, Anthelmintic, Diuretic, Emmenagogue, Febrifuge, Parasiticidal, Pediculicidal
The main chemical constituents of Neem Oil are: Oleic Acid, Palmitic Acid, Stearic Acid, Linoleic Acid, Vitamin C, and Carotenoids.
OLEIC ACIDS (OMEGA 9) are known to:
Maintain the softness, suppleness, and radiance of skin and hair
Stimulate the growth of thicker, longer, and stronger hair
Reduce the appearance of aging, such as premature wrinkles and fine lines
Eliminate dandruff and thereby support hair growth
Exhibit anti-oxidant properties
Prevent joint inflammation, stiffness, and pain
STEARIC ACID is known to:
Have cleansing properties that purge dirt, sweat and excess sebum from hair
Condition and protect hair from damage without diminishing luster or making
it feel heavy
Have exceptional cleansing properties
PALMITIC ACID is known to:
Have emollient properties
Soften hair without leaving a greasy or sticky residue
Be the most common saturated fatty acid
LINOLEIC ACIDS (OMEGA 6) are known to:
Moisturize hair and promote its growth
Facilitate wound healing
Exhibit anti-inflammatory properties
Soothe acne and reduce chances of future outbreaks
Promote moisture retention in skin and hair
ALPHA-LINOLENIC ACID (OMEGA-3) is known to:
Control blood clotting on the skin
Soothe joint pain and ease stiffness to improve flexibility
VITAMIN E is known to:
Exhibit anti-oxidant activity
Delay the appearance of aging
Repair and improve the appearance of damaged tissue such as scars, acne,
Protect skin and hair against environmental toxins such as those found in air
CAROTENOIDS are known to:
Exhibit anti-oxidant properties
Prevent cellular damage
Protect skin and hair against environmental toxins
Repair skin damage and signs of aging caused by UV radiation, hormones, or
Reduce hyperpigmentation caused by UV radiation, hormones, or acne
Make skin appear exceptionally younger
Stimulate the regeneration of skin
Boost skin’s collagen and elastin production to increase thickness, elasticity,
firmness, softness, and smoothness
Hydrate skin by reducing water loss
NIMBIN is known to:
Have antiseptic, antifungal, antipyretic and antihistamine properties
Relieve redness and swelling
Some of the most important health benefits of neem include its ability to treat dandruff, soothe irritation, protect the skin, boost the immune system, reduce inflammation, speed wound healing, treat gastric conditions, slow the aging process, increase the health of the hair and scalp, maintain sexual organ health, treat various forms of cancer, and manage/treat diabetes.
Antibacterial Potential: One of the most widely recognized benefits of neem is its strong antibacterial and antimicrobial effects. This comes into play both internally and externally, which is why neem is considered to be such a general tonic for the immune system and as a simple way to keep your overall health better protected. It is commonly associated with treating skin conditions, but its effects are far more extensive than that!
Dandruff: The antifungal and antibacterial properties of neem make it very popular in shampoos and scalp cleansers, as it can help the skin remain hydrated and eliminate dandruff while strengthening your hair and improving the health of your hair follicles due to its antioxidant content. In fact, it is even used in traditional medicine to stimulate hair growth and prevent male-pattern baldness.
Detoxifying Effects: Neem has been known to stimulate the liver and kidneys, helping to eliminate toxins quickly and optimizing the body’s metabolic activities. A great deal of detritus accumulates on our skin every day, including germs, microbes, dust, and grime; neem can help neutralize those chemicals, pathogens, or dirt that can cause irritation or illness.
Acne Treatment: In terms of treating acne, which is one of the most widespread and challenging skin conditions to treat or eliminate, neem scrub and neem oil are recommended to eliminate much of grease and bacteria that can exacerbate the condition. The antibacterial nature of neem will also help prevent future breakouts, while the antioxidants in it will help to minimize scarring and keep the skin looking fresh and clean. Need also has astringent properties, which reduces the chances of skin sagging or showing signs of wrinkles and aging. This is due to the fatty acids in neem oil, as well as the high content of vitamin E.
Gastric Health: Consuming neem has been directly connected with a reduction in inflammation in the gastrointestinal tract, which helps to reduce ulcers and a wide range of other intestinal issues, such as constipation, bloating, and cramping. It can also be used as a quick healing antidote for stomach flus and infections that can destroy beneficial bacteria in the gut.
Cancer and Chronic Disease: Although research is ongoing into this particular application of neem, the high levels of antioxidants present in neem have been linked to reduced chances of developing certain types of cancer. Antioxidants neutralize free radicals, the dangerous byproducts of cellular metabolism that can cause cancer and chronic disease throughout the body. Early research reports indicate a positive correlation between antioxidants and low risk of cancer and heart disease, as antioxidants also keep the cardiovascular system clean and unobstructed.
Pore Size: When neem is applied as a face mask, it works as an excellent exfoliant, and can also shrink pore size, which will help to prevent the development of blemishes and pimples.
Fungal Infections: You can apply neem cream or neem oil directly onto infected areas of the body, including Athlete’s foot. The antifungal effects of neem’s active organic ingredients are rapid and highly efficient, leaving your immune system and skin intact.
Diabetes treatment: The exact pathway of this beneficial effect of neem is somewhat unclear, but there is a connection between a lower demand for insulin in the body and the consumption of neem. Neem’s chemical components optimize insulin receptor function and ensure that the body is receiving appropriate amounts of insulin, which protects against the development of diabetes. Furthermore, for patients who have diabetes, neem can be used to minimize the dependence on insulin therapy.
Malaria Treatment: There has been some unconfirmed research that neem can effectively treat malaria symptoms and minimize the danger of the disease, but neem’s more common relationship to malaria is as a natural insect repellent that is nontoxic and highly effective in repelling mosquitoes, which are the main vectors of malaria.
Oral Health: Neem is very popular as an ingredient in oral health products in the Indian subcontinent. The antibacterial qualities of neem make it ideal for eliminating the bacteria beneath the gums that causes periodontal disease and halitosis (bad breath). Neem is popular for precisely that reason, although the flavor’s not bad either!
Reproductive Health: Neem is widely used as a natural spermicide and birth control agent, as it is likely to reduce the chances of conception for both men and women without harming them in a toxic way. It lowers fertility levels without impacting libido and can even help treat or prevent certain sexually transmitted diseases.
Anti-inflammatory Agent: As mentioned above, there are certain anti-inflammatory properties in the leaves of the neem plant, and this is especially exciting for arthritis research. The cream or oil, when applied to aching joints and muscles due to arthritis can significantly reduce pain and discomfort, and even increase flexibility if consistently used.
A Final Word of Warning: Despite this vast range of potentially beneficial uses, there are some side effects associated with neem. Firstly, it should not be used or consumed by infants or toddlers, and those with existing kidney or liver issues should definitely consult a doctor before using neem. There is a chance of fatigue associated with neem, due to its slight sedative nature, so be cautious of overuse, particularly in conjunction with any other medications.