For its oil, the neem plant (Azadirachta Indica) is farmed. They thrive in hot, dry environments and need just a small amount of water to flourish. The plant is also known as Dongoyaro, Indian Neem, Nim, and Margosa tree. It was grown from Neem seeds. Oil, seed cakes, foliage, seed oil cakes, and seed kernel cakes can all be made from neem.
Neem trees can grow to a height of 15 to 30 cm. It has deep taproots, alternating leaves, and 1-2 cm long drupes that are smooth and green when unripe and contain milky white juice.
Neem can be eaten either raw or cooked. Neem seedlings can grow on a variety of soils, from acidic to alkaline, and need a temperature as high as 40°C.
Attributes Neem Seedlings Plant
Processing neem plants is simple. It may result from roasting, boiling, or crushing the seeds.
Additionally, neem trees are planted for their wood. The tree is capable of sexual and asexual reproduction.
Neem helps to keep the skin smooth while acting as a moisturizer. Neem treats skin infections, acne, and other pigmentation issues.
Shampoos containing neem is used to cure dandruff. Additionally, it’s a component in hair creams.
Rust, mildew, scab, and blights can all be controlled with neem’s fungicide properties.
Malaria, intestinal ulcers, fever, and skin conditions can all be treated with the bark of the Neem tree.
Neem fruit is used to treat leprosy, hemorrhoids, diabetes, and other conditions.
You can eat the fragile and succulent parts of the blossom and shoot them as veggies.
Neem contains a number of polyphenols as well as phytochemicals such as catechin, Quercetin, carotenes, and vitamin C.