For free access to the latest scientific reports on Neem – go to WNO (World Neem Organisation) at
which will take you to world neem organisation (33) – click on that to take you to all the current “Research Articles”.
These articles cover a very wide spectrum of Neem’s actives and demonstrate the significant amount of work being done on Neem worldwide.
Please Note: This content is for information purposes and Neeming Australia Pty Ltd does not make any claims in respect to the information.
We would like to extend our sincere thanks to all our customers who supported our 25th Anniversary Celebration.
We hope you enjoyed the free product offer and our 25th Anniversary Pen.
We wish you all the very best for 2022 and look forward to hearing from you again soon.
Best regards to all,
Brian & Carol Williams
NEEMING AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
Neeming Australia is proud to announce that one of its directors, Brian Williams, is a Founding Member of the WNO (World Neem Organisation) – see www.worldneemorganisation.org.
WNO was formed in Mumbai, India on 12th May, 2017 for the specific purpose of promoting the use of Neem for the betterment of the world and all of its peoples. This is due to its unique properties and immense value to the Cosmetic/Health/Pet and Agricultural sectors.
The Neem Tree has been declared “The Tree of the 21st Century” by the UN – United Nations.
Please visit the WNO website to see what greater initiatives are being undertaken in Research & Science, Plantations worldwide together with Neem’s history and people’s experiences.
The Best of both worlds
We have developed this new product to make it easier for our customers to take one single capsule instead of 2 types.
It is a convenient way to get the benefits of both Turmeric and Neem.
Both of these herbs are recognised as traditional medicines in the East and are now receiving ready acceptance in the west.
Comes in 3 convenient sizes – 40, 60 and 300 capsules
Go check them out under Neem Oils and Health then Health & Wellness
The Neem Tree has taken many thousands of years to learn how to protect itself from insects.
It was discovered this in the West when a locust plague went through the Sudan in the 60’s and destroyed everything in sight but left the Neem trees without any damage whatsoever so scientists then decided to examine the Neem tree to find out why.
Since then much scientific study of Neem has been conducted in many countries and it is now becoming the product of choice with farmers and plant growers mainly due to its effects on insects and non toxic effect on humans and animals.
There have also been many scientific studies done overseas on the medical benefits of Neem. These studies are ongoing with many incredible results.
We listened to many professors and doctors from various parts of the world presenting their advanced medical studies when we attended the World Neem Organisation Conference in India.