Neemo, a high standard quality NEEM OIL
- . Certified organic by ECOCERT, attestation ref. N° 717N1900n2e.
- . Approved by ECOCERT for use in organic agriculture:
- – USA: National Organic Program standard.
- European Community Regulations n°. 834/2007 & 889/2008.
- . Natural extraction process: Cold Pressed, double filtered.
- . 100% pure: No solvents or chemicals (free from Aflatoxin B1, G1, B2, G2).
- . Active compounds: Triterpenoids: Azadirachtin A & B, Nimbin, Nimbidin, Salannin, Salannol, Triglycerides, Sterols, Saponins, Omega-3-6-9, fatty acids (Oleic, Palmitic, Stearic acids), emollients, antioxydants, Vitamin E & C.
- Quality control: Laboratory testing for each batch.
Certified Organic by ECOCERT
100% Pure, Cold Pressed, Double Filtered
Cosmetic Grade, Approved use in Organic Agriculture
NEEM OIL is considered as a sacred gift from nature and has been used for health, wellbeing, agriculture and many other purposes for over 4,000 years particularly in Ayurveda, the traditional medicine system in India.
In Sanskrit, the word for Neem is “Nimba” means “good health” or also called “one tree pharmacy”.
Neemo is a ready-to-use product or a base for preparations such as:
■ Cosmetics, health, toiletries such as shampoo, toothpaste and well-being products
■ Bio-pesticides and insecticides.
■ Termite treatment and pest control.
■ Veterinary and pet care products.
Why choose Neemo?
- High quality Oil: Cosmetic grade.
- Cost effective: It is highly concentrated.
- 100% Environment-friendly:100% biodegradable. Residue free. Safe for humans. Does not harm the environment.
- Safe, easy to handle and to apply.
- For Professional and Domestic Use.
NEEM OIL Properties
According to Ayurveda and some modern scientific sources, Neem Oil could offer the following healing properties:
- Anti cancer
Apply a dilution of Neemo on the skin, wound or scar.
There are very rare cases of skin irritation caused by an application of pure NEEM OIL on the skin. However, it is always best to test a small patch first on healthy skin to see if there is a reaction. If you have allergies, test on a small area of your skin and wait 15 minutes to see how it reacts.
Internal intake of NEEM OIL should only occur following medical advice (and should always be diluted).
Long-term internal intake use of NEEM OIL is not advisable.
NEEM OIL can help for the following:
- Skin problems: eczema, acne, psoriasis, itching, urticarial….
- Lungs, sinus: congestion/infection
- Blood, Liver (Cleanses and strengthens)
- eye (inflammation or heat)
- Candida (Reduces overgrowth)
- Urine (tract infections)
- pancreas (high blood sugar)
- Wound (infection)
- menorrhagia (excessive menstrual bleeding)
- Diarrhea (infection)
- arthritis (inflammatory type)
- Intestinal worms
- Birth control
- improves general skin health, moisture and immunity.
- contains antioxidants that help protect skin from aging.
- rejuvenates skin cells and restore elasticity.
- maintains a glowing skin and elasticity while combating infections.
- prevents scars when wounded.
- reduces acne, treats impurities, tightens facial skin pores, prevents pimples and skin blemishes.
Note: Do not expose yourself to direct sunlight just after applying pure neem oil on your skin.
or for a daily care then you should dilute the neem oil (keep 2 to 30%) for an example with other oil(s) such as Coconut, olive or Sesame.
A DIY easy formula:
- 50 ml of Neemo
- 200 ml of coconut oil
- 5 drops of pure lemongrass (to mask the strong smell of Neem Oil)
Add a couple of drops to liquid hand soap for antibacterial properties.
Applying NEEM OIL on face helps get rid of impurities and tightens skin pores, making the skin look healthy.
- strengthens hair quality and promotes hair growth
- nourishes and moisturizes dry hair
- can treat dandruff, itchy scalp, head lice, split ends, frizzy hair
A DIY easy formula:
- 50 ml of NeemO
- 200 ml of coconut oil
- 5 drops of Citronella essential oil
- Apply from time to time in presence of mosquitos.
Oral Hygiene: Mouthwash, toothpaste
Dilute with coconut Oil (30%/70%).
Gargle for a couple of minutes and spit out.
Or apply one drop directly on teeth or gums and brush.
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NEEM OIL is now generally recognized as safe (GRAS) by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
NEEM OIL-based pesticides and insecticides are the most efficient ecological treatments for crops, vegetables, trees, plants and flowers.
They work on aphids, mealy bugs, white-fly, termites, mites, nematodes, etc.
NEEM OIL is biodegradable so that the treatment on cultures will leave no residue in the environment.
NEEM OIL acts in different ways:
– Repellent: Insects prefer non-treated plants.
– Antifeedant; Feeding Deterrent: Insects feed less or not at all on treated plants. Foliage is not damaged and insects ultimately starve to death.
– Insect Growth regulator (IGR): Insects fail to mature and reproduce, eliminating populations over time.
– Anti-ovipository: Insects do not lay eggs on treated plants. The likelihood of insect infestation is greatly decreasedon treated plants.
– Reproduction Inhibitor & Anti-Fertility: disrupts reproduction, sterilizes insect reproductive organs, reduces egg laying capacity & hatchability.
– Crop Protector by regulating the development of disease (rots, mildews, rusts, blights, botrytis, scab, leaf spots, etc.) and fungi
– It can kill directly many little parasites on direct contact.
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NEEM OIL acts as :
AS A REPELLENT:
■ offers a stable protection against subterranean termites, powder post beetles or wood worm.
AS A BARRIER:
■ termites that cross the treated area or material will die.
■ cuts the way to the queen nest.
AS A COLONY EXTERMINATOR:
■ Insect reproduction inhibitor, anti-fertility.
■ Growth inhibitor, anti-feedant, feeding deterrent.
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Efficient and safe for ticks, fleas, mange mites and other pests.
Add 5 to 20% of NEEM OIL to your Pet Shampoo or rub a drop of pure neem oil on wounds, ticks or sick skin.
Clean the environment of your pet by simply spraying a dilution of Neem Oil around his favorite spots (antiseptic). You can repeat every week.
Add to carpets shampoos ; spray on mattresses to kill dust mites, bacteria and parasites.
Technical facts about Neemo
|DILUTION||Shake well before use.
Read carefully the label on the container before use.
NEEMO is a ready-to-use solution or a base for a dilution.
Dilute with water, using an emulsifier or mix with oil, soap,
cream, essential oils, etc.
Ask medical advice for health and medical use.
Ask veterinary advice for use on pets.
|SHELF-LIFE &||2 years if kept under normal storage conditions:|
|STABILITY||Storage temperature (Min /Max.): 13°C / 35° C.
Avoid sunlight, light, fire, water or using materials such as acids, Alkali, bleach or oxidizing agents.
NEEMO is found to be stable in some organic solvents
for at least 1 year under ambient conditions.
|CAUTION||Non-hazardous to humans except pregnant women.
Keep out of reach of children.
No special protection needed.
Avoid inhaling and ingesting without medical advice.
Avoid contact with eyes and skin without medical advice.
If in eyes, skin or clothes, rinse with plenty of water,.
If swallowed, make the person drink water and get medical advice.
HAZARD & DISPOSAL
|When used at recommended rates for agricultural purposes, NEEMO does not harm insects like Honey Bees, other Pollinators, Rats, Mice, Rabbits, Guinea Pigs, Cattle, Birds, Aquatic Organisms, Fish. However Neem Oil can be toxic to bees and fish if they are exposed to direct spraying.
Residue could be use to protect foundations of any construction.
After use clean equipment thoroughly with water.
References & Ressources
- All about neem. Neem Foundation . Mumbai: 2012. [Online] Available from: http://www.neemfoundation.org.
- “Effect of Neem (Azadirachta indica) on the Survival of Escherichia coli…“. United States Department of Agriculture, Albany, USA.
- “The antimicrobial activity of Azadirachta indica, Mimusops elengi, Tinospora cardifolia…“. Dharamsinh Desai University, Nadiad, Gujarat, India. 2014, June.
- “Comparison of the antibacterial efficiency of neem leaf extracts…“. SMBT Dental College & Hospital, Sangamner, Maharashtra, India. 2013, December.
- “Antibacterial activity of guava (Psidium guajava L.) and Neem (Azadirachta indica A. Juss.) extracts…“. Department of Microbiology, University of Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh. 2007.
- “Neem: A Tree For Solving Global Problems“. National Research Council, Washington DC. 1992.
- “Antifertility effects of neem (Azadirachta indica) oil in male rats…“. National Institute of Immunology, New Delhi, India. 1993, August.
- “A rare case of toxic optic neuropathy secondary to consumption of neem oil“. J. J. M. Medical College, Davangere, Karnataka, India. 2014, March.
- “The use of neem for controlling gastric hyperacidity and ulcer“. Indian Institute of Chemical Biology, West Bengal, India. 2009, June.
- “A study of hypoglycaemic effects of Azadirachta indica (Neem)…“. US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health. 2000, January.
- “Protective role of extracts of neem seeds in diabetes…“. Indian Veterinary Research Institute, India. 2004, February.
- “Azadirachta indica: A herbal panacea in dentistry – An update“. SRM Dental College, Kattankulathur, Tamil Nadu, India. 2015, June.
- “Antifungal activity of different neem leaf extracts…“. Ain-Shams University, Cairo, Egypt. 2011, September.
- “A compilation of Bioactive Compounds from Ayurveda“. National University of Singapore, Singapore. 2008, November
- “An antimalarial neem leaf extract has both…“. Rocitus Institute of Research, Enugu, Nigeria. 2008, April.
- “Malaria Redux: The History and Ethics of Malaria Eradication…“. Ohio State University.
- “Antifertility potential of Neem flower extract on adult female…“. University of Lagos, Lagos, Nigeria. 2008, September.
- “Neem“. Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.
- “Neem components as potential agents for cancer prevention and treatment“. oswell Park Cancer Institute, Elm and Carlton Streets, Buffalo, USA. 2014, July.
- “Neem (Azadirachta indica): Prehistory to contemporary medicinal uses to humankind“. Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia. 2013, July.
- “Effect of Neem oil and Haridra on non-healing wounds“. Banaras Hindu University, Uttar Pradesh, India. 2014, December.
- “Herbal Treatment for Dermatologic Disorders“. Herbal Medicine: Biomolecular and Clinical Aspects.