Botanical Name: Azadirachta indica .
Plant Part: Seeds.
Extraction Method: Cold Pressing of the seeds .
Origin: India .
Aromatic Scent: Neem oil has a rich, earthy, green musty garlic type of smell.
Uses: Neem has many uses, the main one being a natural insecticide (insects hate it). It is worth looking up on Google on how to use it and the many benefits of Neem Oil
Neem is an evergreen of the tropics and sub-tropics. It belongs to the family Meliaccae and is a cousin of the Chinaberry. With an extensive and deep root system, the hardy Neem can grow luxuriantly even in marginal and leached soils, and thrives up to an elevation of 1500m. The Neem flowers are prolific between February and May. The honey-scented white flowers, found in clusters, are a good source of nectar for bees. Neem fruits are green drupes that turn golden yellow on ripening in the months of June, July and August, in India. The kernels have about 45% oil. The termite resistant Neem timber is used as a building material, and in making furniture and farm implements. The bark yields tannin and gum. The amber hued gum is used as a dye in textiles.
For External Use Only. Warm gently to turn to liquid.
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