Benefits: Neem Oil - Virgin has a wide history of use as a folk remedy around the world, and has been used to treat many conditions. Although it has a harsh odor, it's high in fatty acids and other nutrients, and it's used in a variety of beauty products like skin creams, body lotions, hair products, and cosmetics. Neem Oil - Virgin is used for leprosy, eye disorders, bloody nose, intestinal worms, stomach upset, loss of appetite, skin ulcers, diseases of the heart and blood vessels (cardiovascular disease), fever, diabetes, gum disease (gingivitis), and liver problems.
CW Apothecary is a wholesale bulk supplier of Neem Oil - Virgin is cold-pressed extracted from the fruit kernels of the neem plant. It experiences a natural variation in color ranging from golden yellow or orange to dark greenish brown, and carries a powerful herbaceous aroma. Neem Oil - Virgin is a popular natural ingredient used throughout the agricultural industry in farming techniques and applications. It provides farmers with an organic certified option as an insecticide in various pest management systems. In addition to industrial purposes, neem oil may be used in cosmetic, soap-making and personal care formulations. Not for consumption.
A Natural Bug Repellant: Neem oil is a great all-natural, organic pest control that is safe for use in gardens and around kids, pets, and wildlife. Neem oil is a great organic pest control solution because it helps controls pests, though some organic gardeners are hesitant about using it. Neem oil isn’t toxic to people or animals, it is even used in certain lotions, shampoos, and even toothpaste. Neem oil is actually very good for your skin and hair. Neem oil isn’t usually used in large quantities in these products because of its smell. It smells like a combination of sulfur and garlic.
It is completely non-toxic to birds, wildlife, pets, people, pollinators, and other beneficial insects. Insects must eat the plant to be killed. So beneficial insects that control pesky bugs such as mantises, spiders, and ladybugs won’t be affected by neem oil. Many times the neem oil repels the insect from eating at all and because of the hormonal effect, leaf eating and sucking bugs won’t even eat anything and will eventually die.
How it works:
The smell of the oil is enough to repel most insects so they don’t even come near your garden or plants. Neem oil also contains azadirachtin, which is the main active ingredient. Azadirachtin reduces the feeding of sucking and chewing insects. It will also interfere with the hormone systems of certain insects, making it harder for them to grow and breed.
Other components contained in neem oil will kill insects by making them unable to eat. Plants can even absorb the neem oil into their systems and it will begin to act as a systemic insecticide. This makes plants even more resistant to pests.
Suggested Uses: Neem Oil - Virgin has been used in beauty regimens and skin care to treat dry skin and wrinkles, stimulate collagen production, reduce scars, heal wounds, treat acne, minimize warts and moles.Neem Oil is highly moisturizing but is naturally antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and can provide external relief from pain and itchiness.
Condition: For your skin that is in need of a all natural nurshing oil as a moisturizer, or for massage.
|SOURCE OF OIL||Fruit Kernals of neem tree|
|BOTANICAL NAME||Azadirachta indica|
|COLOR||Green to Brown|
|SCENT||Light Earthy Scent|
|EXTRACTION METHOD||Cold Pressed|
|SOURCED FROM (SUBJECT TO CHANGE)||India|
|SAPONIFICATION VALUE||191.32 deg|