Neem tree is a flowering tree in the mahogany family (Meliaceae) indigenous to neem tree is a flowering tree in the mahogany family (Meliaceae) indigenous to India and widely cultivated in tropical regions worldwide for its oil-rich seed, called neem cake or neem gwali, and medicinal leaves and fruits.
Neem tree is considered an Indian Heritage in the race of AYURVEDA. Since several centuries Neem's Charak (One of the most important Ayurvedic treatise) has been widely popular for the treatment of Skin, Hair and Dental diseases. Whether in the form of a leaf, bark, or seed, neem has been used for thousands of years. The ancient Indians actually discovered neem’s ability to cure ailments inside the body as well as outside.
The neem tree is a major part of Hindu Mythological Ayurveda. There are important and unknown benefits from the neem tree. They are used to protect the environment, plant protection and animals protection.
The Neem tree is the most important tree in India. It is not a regular tree with its own identity, but the mother of all trees though various reincarnations. The more we study its history, the more we realise that it has been associated with almost every significant past event.