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Referred to as the “village pharmacy”, neem is revered in traditional healing practices for its wide range of uses. Neem leaf is typically steeped as neem leaf tea, employed in infusions, extracted, or applied externally. Long known in Ayurvedic medicine in India, modern research has been confirming the traditional uses of the neem tree. The tree begins bearing fruit at three to five years, and each tree can produce up to 110 pounds of fruit in a year. Its fast growth, quick maturity, and high production combined make the neem tree one of the most valuable plants in India.
Neem has many incredible medicinal benefits, such as oral and kidney health, but one of the most important things is that it aids in killing cancerous cells.