Neem Tea is a misnomer as it really is an infusion of Neem Leaves.
Neem ‘tea’ has been drunk in India for several centuries for its range of benefits.
- Add a dessertspoonful of dried Neem leaves to a cupful of freshly boiled water
- Simmer for approx. 5 minutes
- Stand for a further 5 minutes and then strain. Do not re-use the leaves
- Drink the brew hot or cold
- Neem is naturally
quite bitter so, if needed, sweeten the ‘tea’ with honey or stevia
Neem Leaves for your skin
- Sponge wounds and affected areas with a decoction of Neem Leaves
- Add a fistful of Neem leaves to your bath water
- Apply a
poultceof Neem Leaves to badly infected areas
- Apply a paste of Neem Leaves as a face mask
Sold in 50g packets.
Batch no A-182 Manufactured June 2020. Exp May 2023
Supplied in clear or Foil packets (100g) or Brown resealable packets (50g)
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The herbal and health information provided in this website is intended as historical information only. The historical uses are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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