Oral Hygiene- If you are suffering from gum disease or halitosis, bad breath, then you have to start drinking neem tea every day. Again, it contains powerful antibacterial agents that are going to get rid of the bacteria causing halitosis and gum disease in the first place, not only that, but neem tea also contains very powerful anti-inflammatory compounds that are going to soothe pain in your gum.
Birth control (It is said to lower sperm count in men and weaken the uterine lining in women.)
Blood purification- Neem leaf and Neem bark are taken internally and supply over 17 active chemical compounds that help rid the blood of impurities. A 60% (or more) ethanol-based extract is able to concentrate these beneﬁcial compounds into a super-concentrated liquid, making it the preferred method of introducing Neem into the blood stream. For long term health maintenance, Neem leaf capsules are taken daily and keep the Neem circulating in your system. Neem bark extract also contains high levels of antioxidants
Cancer (In-vitro tests are promising, but additional research is needed to validate neem's efficacy in fighting cancer.)
Coughs, colds, allergies, flu and other upper-respiratory ailments
Improves Gastrointestinal health, particularly with regard to nausea, vomiting and abdominal pains associated with infection. If you are suffering from parasites, diarrhea, constipation,, heart burns, indigestion, gas, ulcers, pain and inflammations in your stomach and intestines, then you should start brewing neem tea daily.
Inflammation (Neem is a powerful anti-inflammatory agent.) Not only that, but neem tea also contains many anti-inflammatory properties that are going to soothe your intestines, ulcers, and even heal your stomach inner walls.
Liver disorders (Neem is said to be a liver tonic herb.)
Parasite elimination (particularly for intestinal parasites, pinworms, roundworms and tapeworms)
Skin beautification, such as glowing skin and prevention / treatment of occasional breakouts