Im using neem oil in a face wash I made myself to fight acne and the smell is about to turn my stomach. I tried to mix lavender with it but the smell still lingers. Any suggestions?
(Dunedin, New Zealand)
40 years old male, Asian, 165 cm, 57 kg.
The angular cheilitis comes once every few months. I will apply neem oil 3-4 times daily. After one overnight, it becomes less painful. It will be gone in 2-3 days.
I do hope this thread is still active. I was diagnosed with Diabetic Retinopathy in 2015 and took the shots for a couple of years but could no longer tolerate them. ever since then I have been researching constantly to find a natural cure (besides the Rice Diet) which has led me to Neem very recently. I purchased the Neem extract and it should arrive this Wednesday. Can someone please give me their opinion on how I should take this please? I feel so desperate. Thank you kindly.
Neem oil. Cleared my ears of eczema after only 3 days of applying it. I suffered with it for over a year, nothing else I tried worked. I told a friend of mine about it and she used it on her son's arms and legs and it also cleared after one week.
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Malena from Slidell Louisiana on September 10, 2017 at 7:48 pm who wrote: "My chocolate lab got mange. We cured in two weeks. Once daily we slathered her head to toe in a mixture of coconut oil, neem oil and tea tree oil. Washed her bedding daily. Gave her a bath every three days to wash off old oil and reoiled her. Its messy and smelly but well worth the effort. We bought large containers of coconut oil from Sams club, Tea Tree oil from Walgreens and Neem Oil from asian markets and then we found large bottles on Amazon."
Neem oil made a skin problem I had much, much worse. And lengthened the time it took to cure it by many many months. It seemed to “lift” the “patina” of something foreign that was living on the surface of my skin as I rubbed it on and into my skin.
Kind of the way dead skin after a sunburn can lift off. For that reason I thought neem oil was helping get rid of whatever it was that was living on my skin. But after some weeks of using neem oil, my skin problem got much worse. The “lifting” both increased the area that was infected by this foreign stuff that was living on my skin, and drove it deeper into my skin.
The cure I finally found was a homeopathic remedy. This remedy triggered my own immune system to fight the growth — in stages. One of the stages includes the surface-eruption of what appear to be “roots” of the growth in small hard bumps that form long-lasting scabs, or spots that resemble burns and form scabs as well. I'm right-handed, and I used neem oil primarily on my upper left arm and the front of my right thigh, and the largest, toughest, most enduring breakouts took place in these two areas as the homeopathy did its job. Neem oil drove the life-form deeper into my skin.
This is simply an honest report of what happened to me with neem oil. If you use homeopathy, it is definitely best NOT to ever put anything on your skin other than water (and nontoxic soap where needed). That's one of the many things I learned the incredibly hard way. I tried at least 30, probably more, natural cures. Homeopathy is the only thing that has worked.
Neem Oil Side Effects
I just wanted to let people know that I used neem oil -- about four bottles all together, maybe five -- for a skin problem, and it made the problem worse. Whatever it was that invaded my skin seemed to actually like the stuff, and the oil spread the problem to a larger area and made the invader go deeper, which I believe made the problem last a lot longer than it would have without neem. I used so much, I actually was starting to like the strange smell of neem. I have never found a description of a skin disease that matches my problem, in spite of more hours of searching than I can count. At least a hundred. So it's probably rare. The symptoms are a brownish freckle-like sheath on the surface of the skin, from which it seems like no harm is being done; but nothing, and I mean nothing, would make it go away. Then sulphur baths triggered what I guess people call "an aggravation" -- a partial breakout of bumps that contained what seemed like the seeds of whatever the sheath is/was.
That was the beginning of my discovering a cure. Before finding the cure, I tried -- for a couple years -- about 50 non-toxic possibilities, including neem, clove, tea tree, peppermint, coconut, and other oils, lactic acid (whey), acetic acid (vinegar), acetylsalicylic acid (aspirin), sauna, infra-red sauna, no-sulphur mineral water soaks, various soaps, alkaline water, acidic water, alkaline body, alkaline blood, adequate sleep, giving up gluten (for other reasons not related to the skin problem), etc. etc. etc. I can't even remember everything else, there was so much. None of it made the problem worse, as I'm pretty sure neem did. But it didn't get rid of the problem either. I'm glad neem does help for whatever it helps for. I just wanted to let people know that there is at least one harmful skin growth that likes neem. What did finally work was homeopathy. I also have been taking systemic enzymes. Those are the two most helpful things I did. (Oh, I had given up all forms of sugar, including fruit, years before I was exposed to and contracted the skin problem, and gave up grains during the battle with the skin invader.)
After getting the mild outbreak from sulphur baths, I read about homeopathy helping people with other skin ailments, and the homeopathy I used induced a severe outbreak (and overlapping series of outbreaks) that went on for about ten months but is now I think/hope about 70 percent gone. Homeopathic teachers/healers say each person is different, so what works for one person might not work for another. But I'm pretty sure it doesn't hurt if you use the wrong remedy. Also, anyone who's reading this, it really is true that our illnesses are opportunities to have better health than ever before.
For one example, I had a lifelong health problem with my bladder (from age five or earlier) (not an infection, but the many many doctors I went to for help were useless and in some cases harmful) that I had accepted as a horrible but incurable part of my life; my search for a cure for my skin problem led me to homeopathy, which to my complete amazement 80 percent cured me of my lifelong horrible bladder problem before the skin problem was cured. Actually, the skin problem is slowly slowly slowly but very surely going away still. I didn't have hope for a long time, and now I'm certain it's so conquered that its disappearance is going to continue until it's completely gone. (By the way, for sulphur baths, you can use epsom salt from the drug store or go to a natural spring.)
Neem (also known as nimm in Punjabi) is most useful herb on this planet. I am from Punjab and we still have so many nimm trees in our farms. And I used to eat neem / nimm fruit also know as namolian every day during their season and I used to clean my teeth with the neem / nimm wood every day. Never had any teeth issues or parasites issues until I moved here in the US. Well, taking / consuming nimm (leaves, oil, juice, fruit etc.) in a small amount is recommended unless other wise you know what ghee (clarified butter) is and add 2-3 tbs of ghee in your every day diet (lunch, dinner etc.). Punjabi people add ghee in their daily diet every day and that could be the reason that why it never bothered me but, if you do not eat ghee and over use the nimm then it can effect your eyes and some other internal parts as well. Yeah, you can consume it in any form (eat fruit, eat leaves, oil, juice etc.) but do not over dose.
I first noticed that I had parasites a month ago. I tried wormwood, cloves, walnut hall, DE, for over 30 days and not much elimination of them. I read on a few searches that the herb neem will expel them, prevents them from feeding you and stops the eggs from hatching, Finally ordered some and after taking it two day I could not believe what I was seeing coming from my body. I could feel them moving around throughout my body head to feet causing me to lose sleep. I have been running to the toilet most of the day and each time looks likes hundreds of the expelling from my inside. Close inspection I could see them moving around inthe toilet. I also took a laxative, triphala to get assist with the neem. It works and it works fast. Hopefully in two weeks or so I will be parasite free. Neem is a lifesaver for me. These things were crawling around in my ears. Face and brain. This is the first time, I feel them lessen up. Now I am in the die off stage. Try neem!!!!!!! I need something quick and this is doing it for me so far. Do a search on neem and see how good it works on all types of parasites.
(Motown, Ca/ Usa)
(Hope, Bc Canada)
I have been plaqued by all kinds of symptoms and just recently discovered it is most likely candida. I had rashes, hives, prickles, body hot flashes, allergic feeling, sneezing, weird smell coming from body. When my rashes dry out I get dandruff like white dust (a sign of fungi) and this is when it starts to heal up - before that rash just about made me leap through the roof.
I started to use Neem oil. I put a few drops in water and because I don't have a bath put it on container and then dribble it over my body. I rub it in at last point in shower so it doesn't wash off then get out and let it dry. I don't put any creams on just dry.
I have been using it for about a week and so far the rash has almost gone - i don't itch nearly as much, no more hives, or prickles unless I get over hot.
I am also going to add in betonite clay/psyillum. Spices I crave but they may create too fast die off because I get really hot and itchy after I eat them.
I recommed Neem (some of the other oils I get reactions too but i'm fine with neem). Will you keep you posted - I can tell I have overgrowth in throat (not in mouth) and I guess probably just about everywhere. I am also going to try find some leaves to put in warm water and soak - or chew on.
(Montreal , Quebec, Canada)
(Brighton, East Sussex, Uk)
(Brick, Nj / Usa)
(Albuquerque, New Mexico)
If there are consistent outbreaks then apply - rather massage neem oil even after the outbreak goes away for at least 3 months to let the neem enter the body and kill the virus. Along with that chew neem leaves or take neem capsules.
I am glad you found out about Neem, I live in Florida and there is a Neem Tree Farm here that sells the bark or leves in capsules. I personally took a capsuel of each three time a day for 2 months and it gave me a wonderful cleansing out, and then I quite smoking, I did pray to God a lot, but I am still free of cigarettes after 2 years, thank God, but the neem products are great for all cleansings
I can attest to using neem oil for dandruff. I have been using a high quality organic neem shampoo, and have noticed a big difference in the 2-3 days that I have used it. I have been following the instructions and leaving the shampoo on my scalp for 3-5 minutes before rinsing. I have had an itchy, red scalp for about 2 years that came on after a bad home perm. The flakes are definitely almost gone already. Using pure neem oil seems to irritate my skin b/c it's too strong, but the shampoo seems to work well so far. I think my scalp problems are due to some sort of ongoing yeast or fungus, and I am also taking coconut oil daily.
I often use Neem oil on a little sponge inside my vagina to help me with my candidiasis symptoms... It works very well, no more itching anymore but it did not cure the candidiasis completly ( I am still working on it, with the help of this great site, I am on a Borax cure at the moment and I am going to start Apple cider vinegar + Baking soda cure as well as coconut oil). Neem oil is great on my hair too, to prevent it from exessive dryness.
Hot Spot Remedies:
My dog Terra who is part Sheppard and part Akita, had two large hot spots on her back above her tail. I wasn't sure what to do so I asked the folks at our local herb shop ( called "the Herb Shop") and they recommended using Neem oil. When I got home I poured a little Hydrogen peroxide on them to clean and disinfect the spots and then I applied a coating of the oil, nothing else. After about 20 minutes or so, the skin started drying out and that was it, no more problem , completely healed with in a few days.
Several years later, my Mother was in the last few days of her life, from cancer, and we noticed a rather large bed sore on her back so I applied some Neem oil and the same thing happened. Even though her body had started shutting down the skin was reforming on the bedsore!
If you are discovering Neem for the first time, here are some quick amazing Neem facts :
* the tree is known to cure more than ONE HUNDRED diseases.
* neem is both a pest control material and as well as a fertilizer, making it an invaluable farm companion.
* neem is an intelligent pest repeller - it affects only harmful pests and does not affect useful species in the farm!
* neem has a four-pronged repellant action and complex molecular structure which ensures that pests don't become immune to it.
* it gives more oxygen than other trees, making it a champion pollution fighter.
* just sleeping under the shade of a neem tree is therapeutic.
* the tree is known to halt spreading deserts.
* It's leaf and it's extract are a natural substance that don't simply mask symptoms but encourage your body to heal itself.
* Its completely safe and causes no harm or side-effects. It has been used as a health and beauty aid in India for more than 5000 years!
* It was considered a divine tree by ancient Indians.
* A world conference is held every three years to discuss the research and discoveries modern science is making, on this single tree. And there is lots to show and tell!
As if all this wasn't amazing enough, the Neem is a hardy tree that requires almost no water and grows happily on wastelands.