Neem Leaf Tea 40g

$7.80 inc GST

Leaves from Australian Neem Trees

1 – 2 cups per day 

As a healthy drink Neem Tea has been around for many years (centuries) in traditional Ayurvedic medicine as a natural aid for those with Arthritis, blood disorders, Rheumatism, headaches, colds, diabetes and Eczema. It is also regarded as anti viral and may be helpful against malaria, aids and other viruses.  According to scientific studies the neem coats the virus and helps prevent it from multiplying.

In Ayurveda Neem is regarded as a blood purifier as it is a bitters and, as the liver is a bitter organ, Neem enhances the liver activities and helps to rid the blood of toxins.
For Gout it gives wonderful relief as many a sufferer has found out.

The leaves are collected from the trees before they have a chance to fall onto the ground so that aflatoxins cannot develop.
We then dry our leaves on racks for several days and then the leaves are checked for any bacteria before packaging them.
It has a bitter taste so, for those with a sweet tooth, you can add honey, sugar or add it to your own favourite tea.
In summer it can be cooled down in the fridge to enjoy.

“NEEM: A hands on guide to one of the world’s most versatile herbs”
Antioxidants – One of the hottest topics in the natural food industry is antioxidants, probably because they play a critical role in preventing damage that plays a significant role in initiating chronic degenerative diseases like atherosclerosis, diabetes, heart disease Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s as well as speeding up the plain old (pun intended!) process of aging.

Oxidative stress is a natural process that occurs as cells produce energy.
Free radicals, a by-product of this process, damage cells (including DNA) and tissue.
The problem occurs when the body’s resources for quenching these free radicals or repairing the damage they cause aren’t adequate.
Antioxidants are in many foods and many of the health benefits of foods like blueberries, broccoli and cranberries are directly related to their antioxidant levels.

The ORAC test (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity), described online at www.usingneem.com, shows that all forms of neem are extraordinarily high in antioxidants, far higher than foods on the high antioxidant lists.
Along with its immune-boosting properties, high antioxidant levels may help to explain why neem is known around the world as “the village pharmacy”.

Blueberries 62.20
Broccoli 15.90
Cranberry 94.56
Grapefruit 15.48
Neem Leaf 357.00
Plums 62.39
Spinach 26.40
Tomatoes 4.60

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Dried Australian Neem Leaves.
Small amount per cup – 1/4 teaspoon equivalent to 1 leaf.
1 – 2 cups per day as a health drink and blood purifier.


Additional information

Weight 125 g