Nim

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NEEM  Azadirachta indica …imported in Brazil by Embrapa 1986

there are many NEEM Farms in Brazil, one of them in Bahia has more than 1 million Nim trees.

 

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Neem & Weight Loss

| By Karyn Maier

Neem is an important botanical in the Ayurvedic system of healing of India. It is traditionally used to treat inflammation, infections, fever, various skin disorders and to cleanse the liver and kidneys. Another reputed use of this plant is to promote weight loss, sometimes in combination with other herbs. However, there is little scientific evidence to validate an association between neem and weight loss.

Background

Neem, or Azadirachta indica, is a flowering tree in the mahogany family. While it is often considered an invasive species in regions where it has escaped contained cultivation, it is revered as the “village pharmacy” in its native lands of India, Pakistan, Malaysia, Burma, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. Traditionally, neem is used to improve oral health; deter intestinal parasites; and treat respiratory complaints, fever, diabetes, jaundice, malaria, rheumatism, acne, psoriasis and other inflammatory conditions. In fact, it is commonly added to skin creams and other personal care products sold in Europe and the United States, as well as India

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{fshare} Repele 405 especies de insectos. Medicinal – Contra la Diabetes. Las raices no destruyen estructuras. Lo mismo en terreno que en tiestos, el árbol de Nim (Neem) es una hermosa planta decorativa que repele las plagas que atacan el material vegetal. El árbol de Nim contiene un compuesto químico conocido como Azadirachtin A, el que afecta a mas de 405 especies de insectos al inhibir su crecimiento (saltamontes, cucarachas, moscas, gorgojos, hormigas, comejen, pulgas, ciempiés, nematodos y otros.) Repele también al mosquito Aedes aegipti- transportador del dengue y al mosquito causante de la fiebre del Nilo.

 

El insecticida del Nim es biodegradable, no afecta a los mamíferos lo que lo convierte en una sustancia ambientalmente segura. Las hojas de Nim han sido utilizadas para proteger los granos y legumbres almacenados. Sus aplicaciones a la medicina incluyen el tratamiento para la Diabetes, Alta Presión, catarro común, Sida y Cáncer.

El Nim se usa en la industria de productos de tocador en pastas dentales, en champús y acondicionadores y mascarillas para la piel. Se usa también en infusiones (te) curativas y relajantes. Hay mucha información sobre El nim en la Internet.

El Nim es el árbol sagrado de la India. Crece bien rápido. Es primo de la Caoba Dominicana. Inclusive su tronco se torna rojizo y es una especie extraordinariamente fuerte que sobrevive en sistemas diversos desde el Desierto del Sahara hasta los salitrales húmedos de los Callos de la Florida. En las zonas tropicales el Nim es un valioso árbol de sombra. Puede ser cultivado en tiestos y sobrevive, aunque no crece, en ausencia de luz natural.

 

He sembrado más de 6 mil árboles de Nim en Puerto Rico, Culebra, Vieques y Santa Cruz durante los últimos 15 años. Sin embargo hace 5 años sembré un árbol en mi finca de El Yunque y todavía mantiene la altura de 7 pies desde que lo sembré. No ha progresado en crecimiento. Al Nim no le gustan las zonas de mucha lluvia, es de áreas secas. Se pueden observar centenares de árboles sembrados por la autopista Luís A Ferre, por el tramo de Salinas a Coamo, en las colindancias de Hacienda Las Carolinas. En el centro comercial de Juana Díaz, en el centro comercial El Escorial en Carolina, en la Ave. Piñeiro esq. Luís Muños Rivera (marginal del Rest. Pollo Tropical) En Culebra en una residencia de Playa Soni (cerca del mar). Arbolistas Paisajistas los siembra. Semillas y arboles los tengo disponibles en el 787-809-2946 solamente en la isla de Puerto Rico.

 

 

Ayurvedic Theory

In Ayurveda, the five elements — air, fire, water, ether and earth — compose the tri-dosha, a system of interactions that govern every living thing. Each dosha, or type, is dominated by certain characteristics. For example, if your friends would describe you as creative, highly imaginative and a quick learner with a lean body type but frequently dry skin, then you might be predominantly vata dosha. Neem is traditionally used to address elevated cholesterol, blood sugar and obesity in people with a kapha constitution, which is represented by earth and water and indicates a reflective, easy-going personality with a fondness for food and a slow digestion. Kapha types also tend to crave astringent, spicy and bitter foods.

Composition

According to the “Physicians’ Desk Reference for Herbal Medicines,” neem seed oil contains azadirachtin, a chemical compound with a wide variety of medicinal properties including antiviral, antifungal, antibacterial and antimalarial. In addition, neem bark and leaves contain chemicals that reduce inflammation and fever, and dispel intestinal worms and other parasites. Certainly, this information supports many of the traditional uses of this herb in medicine. However, the PDR does not correlate any components found in neem with weight loss.

Clinical Evidence

Researchers R. Subapriya and S. Nagini of Annamalai University in India published a review on the medicinal properties of neem in the March 5, 2005 issue of Current Medicinal Chemistry. Of the 140-plus compounds isolated from neem, the study authors didn’t mention any being associated with promoting weight loss. Instead, the scientists concluded that the existing medical literature demonstrates the antiviral, antifungal, anticarcinogenic, anti-inflammatory, antimalarial and blood sugar-regulating properties of neem.

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Potential

It should be noted that the absence of evidence that neem promotes weight loss may be simply due to the fact that the plant has never been studied for this effect. However, Ripu M. Kunwar, Keshab P. Shrestha and Rainer W. Bussmann appraised the value of traditional herbal medicine, including the Ayurveda system, in the December 13, 2010 issue of the Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine. Based on a review of clinical data, and specifically noting the use of neem to treat fever, the authors proposed that traditional therapies and how they complement conventional medicines are worthy of further investigation.

 

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  • Nim ou Margosa

Nome científico: Azadirachta indica – A juss, Synantelara azadirachta ou

NIM  Melia azadirachta

Partes usadas: toda a planta, folhas, sementes (óleo), frutos, cascas e raízes.

Propriedades terapêuticas: Ação anti-malária, antifúngica, anti-hemorróica, anti-diabética, dermatites, cistites, antidiarréica, vermífuga, antiespermaticida, antibacteriana, antiviral, fertilizante utilizado como adubo orgânico, além de combater úlceras, eczemas e psoríase.

Indicações: É uma planta extraordinária com ação múltipla em diversas enfermidades. O óleo da semente de nim tem feito maravilhas no tratamento de psoríase, reduzindo a coceira, a escamação e a vermelhidão da parte lesionada.

O uso oral do extrato das folhas do nim tem reduzido nos diabéticos insulínicos (tipo I), a necessidade de insulina na proporção de 30 a 50%.

O que dizer do câncer e da Aids? O Instituto Nacional de Saúde dos Estados Unidos tem experimentado em cobaias, extrato de nim, que tem ação surpreendente na aniquilação do vírus HIV.

Os elementos ativos polissacarídeos e limonóides encontrados na casca, folhas e sementes tem reduzido certos tumores cancerosos. Até nas doenças coronárias, há diminuição da coagulação sangüínea e pressão arterial.

É interessante que na índia, existe um lubrificante vaginal feito com óleo de nim, que evita a gravidez melhor do que os preservativos (camisinha) usados pelos homens. Possui ação repelente de insetos, melhor que os produtos químicos conhecidos.

Esta planta tem forte poder inseticida sem ser tóxica ao ser humano, e ainda serve de alimento ao homem e aos animais, sua madeira é valorizada na fabricação de móveis e ainda está incluída entre as plantas medicinais.

Para se ter uma idéia do valor desta espécie, as sementes do Nim (ou Neem) combatem mais de 200 espécies de insetos. Acredita-se que a árvore do Nim produz um dos melhores biopesticidas disponíveis na indústria.

Modo de usar

Infusão das folhas – 10 g num litro de água, tomar durante o dia.

Cápsula de óleo – 300 mg, 3 cápsulas ao dia.

Pó – 5 gramas em meio litro de água. Tomar 2 copos ao dia.

Outras observações: O Nim é uma planta originada da Índia, trazida para o Brasil em 1992. Trata-se de uma árvore de crescimento muito rápido, que em poucos anos, atinge mais de 10 metros de altura. Produz os seus primeiros frutos entre 3 e 5 anos depois do plantio. Nas condições do Nordeste chega a produzir frutos 2 vezes por ano.

As folhas são verdes escuras com flores esbranquiçadas e perfume peculiar, reunidas em inflorescências densas. O fruto é uma baga ovalada com 1 a 2 cm de comprimento. A polpa é amarelada, quando madura. Sua casca é branca, dura, e sua semente contém óleo essencial, com coloração marrom. Resiste a solos secos e pobres em nutrientes, mas prefere clima tropical, não tolerando temperaturas abaixo de 8° C.

A plantação é feita através de mudas, após o plantio das sementes. O sucesso do plantio está relacionado ao início da estação chuvosa da região.

As sementes possuem óleos: nimbim, nimbinim e nímbidim. Nas flores há minerais como sódio, potássio, cálcio, ferro e cloro, além de dióxido de carbono CO 2, e derivados do enxofre SO 4 e SI O 2.

Outros componentes como o nimbosterol, glicosídeos, nimbosterim, flavonóides: nimbicetim e sesquiterpenos, solamina e azaridactim.

O azadiractim (assemelha-se a um esteróide) é o componente mais importante da semente do nim, estudado durante quase 20 anos. É o mais empregado no controle de pragas, pois não possui ação fitotóxica, não agredindo o meio ambiente e é praticamente atóxica ao homem.

Neem prevent flu, Epstein Bar

Virus

Neem to boost imune system

 

The Neem tree (Azadirachta) will strengthen an individuals resistance to disease.

Modern clinical studies have identified a number of compounds in the Neem tree that effectively regulate immune system functions.

Neem was imported from India by Embrapa in Brasil in 1986 -today many Neem Farms exist producing Neem byproducts such as organic bioinsecticidas.

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É utilizada em regimes de emagrecimento,

por ser depurativa e por controlar os níveis de glicose no sangue. 

be careful with Neem, the plant contains over 450 chemical properties. Only ten years ago, the molecular structure of Neem was analised in a university in England. The Indians call Neem arvore polivante, arvore de Deus…a gift from our Lord.

Due to the extreme poverty in India, the people there use twigs and leafs from the Neem tree each night to keep their teeth clean.

Neem is anti fungico and anti bacteriana. Dr. NIKO

ANTIFUNGAL ACTIVITY OF DIFFERENT NEEM LEAF EXTRACTS

The results obtained during assay with
extract had a toxic effect on 19 out of 22 tested moulds organic extracts were also in accordance with those recorded
including Aspergillus flavus (10). by Verma et al.

Also, different types of extracts from neem leaves were
found to have inhibitory effect on Candida albicans (15).
acetate : chloroform, 3:1) of extracts in methanol from neem
seed coat showed strong antifungal activity against A. niger
The complete inhibition (100%) in the growth of A. niger and Curvularia lunata with MIC of 250 ppm.

 

Favor solicitar consultar.

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Cha de Neem

Rx

3 folhas verde de planta Neem, cha de infusao

nao recomendada para criancas, do not give Neem Tea to children, no administrar Neem para ninos. Gracias

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our futuro produto Doutor NIKO Neem

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The medicinal benefits of Neem are spoken about in the Veda’s, the worlds oldest books. In India’s ancient Ayurvedic Medical texts the medicinal information about Neem spoken about in the Vedas is expanded upon in great detail. In Ayurvedic Medical texts it is explained that every part of the Neem tree has health promoting benefits. What is clear from the above information is that the general population of India for, over 5000 years, has used Neem safely and effectively. In fact the people of India call the Neem Tree “The Village Pharmacy”.
Neem has been observed to be effective against a number of viral pathogens in various clinical studies demonstrating it contains unique properties to inhibit viral disease. Neem is one of just a few known antiviral agents.
Traditional use of Neem in Ayurveda:
Traditionally Neem was used in Ayurveda for a number of conditions. It is one of the main ingredients in every blood purification formula used in Ayurveda and it appears in most Diabetic formulas as well. It is also used for arthritis, rheumatism, the removal of external and internal parasites, including malaria and fevers and as an insect repellent. One of the most famous uses for Neem is to prevent tooth decay & gum disease. Neem twigs and leaves have been used for thousands of years by millions of people in India to brush their teeth and cleanse their gums to promote oral hygiene. Today hundreds of scientific clinical studies confirm the wisdom of India’s people and her Ancient Ayurvedic medical texts.
The Science of Neem:
The first thing that science has done for Neem is Identify the active ingredients and what conditions they address. I am going to give a list of the more common compounds that have been identified and what conditions they address. However the research is ongoing and scientists feel that there are many more compounds yet to be identified.
Nimbin: anti-inflammatory, anti-pyretic, anti-histamine, anti-fungal
Nimbidin: anti-bacterial, anti-ulcer, analgesic, anti-arrhythmic, anti-fungal
Ninbidol: anti-tubercular, anti-protozoan, anti-pyretic
Gedunin: vasodilator, anti-malarial, anti-fungal
Sodium nimbinate: diuretic, spermicide, anti-arthritic
Quercetin: anti-protozoal
Salannin: insect repellent
Azadirachtin: insect repellent, anti-feedant, anti-hormonal

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The information materials are provided for educational and research purposes only. They should not be used for diagnosing or treating a health problem or disease. Please consult your local doctor or physician.

Favor consulte sempre seu médico. Thank you for visiting my website. Dr. Xs. NIKO. Gracias.  Obrigado

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