Neem is widely known as Dogonyaro in most Nigerian languages. It thrives well in various parts of the Country irrespective of soil type.
Dogonyaro is scientifically called AZADIRACHTA INDICA. It belongs to the family of Meliaceae.
Botanists say that Neem bear fruits after 3-5 years of planting and when fully matured that it can produce up to 50kg of fruits every year for at least 100 years. Amazing!
The various parts of Neem tree have one or more medicinal applications. Mostly known in Nigeria for its use in the treatment and management of MALARIA.
Neem oil and Neem leaves are the main ingredient of our Neem Bar Soap. It’s not just an additive as essential oils are (think lavender or tea tree). Neem oil does form the basis of the soap.
The benefits of Amal Botanicals Neem Bar Soap,
Neem has insecticidal properties, is antibacterial and antifungal, soothing and moisturising.
Neem Bar Soap is a real treat for the skin, even for healthy skin. But skin problems are where it shines.
Here are just some skin conditions where people have used neem soaps for centuries and with great results.
Acne, scabies, psoriasis, ringworm, preventing infections and ulcers, skin problems in children and adults.
So if you want to do your skin some good, try #amalbotanicals Neem Bar Soap!