Why should you drink Neem Tea?
Posted by The Neem Queen on August 13, 2016
Why is it important for me to drink a cup of Neem tea everyday?
Drinking Neem tea has many health benefits that target specific conditions such as: proven Bacterial Infections, Viral Infections, Fungal Infections, Parasitic Infections, a cough and cold remedy, and for gastric problems. Please see the description below for each of the items listed above:
Drinking Neem Tea has been proven to effectively inhibit growth of these types of strains of bacteria: Staphylococcus Aureus, Streptococcus Pyogenes, Cornebacterium, E. coli, and Salmonella Typhosa. The bacteria listed can cause meningitis, cystitis, sore throats, typhoid, blood poisoning, food poisoning and more.
Aside from inhibiting bacterial infections, Neem tea can also keep you protected from various viral infections. The daily use of Neem tea is used for treating and the prevention of chickenpox, shingles, herpes, hepatitis and used for common viral conditions like the cold and flu.
By starting with the purification of your body from the inside with Neem tea you are adding the protection to the outside of your body as well. This is how you are able to effectively control Ringworm and Athlete's Foot.
Apart from external parasites our bodies also have intestinal parasites both can be treated with the use of Neem. Drinking your tea on a regular basis will prevent the growth of parasitic infections and also the Malaria parasite.
Cough and Cold
Neem tea has been proven to relax the muscles surrounding the lungs and also reduces inflammation surrounding the area. Adding raw, organic honey and peppermint to your tea is a great way to give a natural boost to your body while drinking the tea.
Are one to carry antacids with you? By adding Neem tea to your diet you will eliminate them for your diet. If you have gas, bloating, indigestion, heartburn, constipation, and diarrhea, what better way to treat these common problems than with Neem tea?
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