Azadirachta indica Trees
Azadirachta indica is commonly known as Neem, and native to the Pakistan, India, Nepal, Bangladesh and Sri lanka. It is an evergreen and fast growing tree. Yet in extreme dry season it might shed most or about the majority of its leaves. It can reach up to 12 to 25 meter in height. Its dense crown is spread all around and is roundish and wide spreading. Its bark is dark grey in color, which is in the shape of broken scales. Its seeds and fruit are wellspring of neem oil.
The neem tree is known for its dry season resistance. Usually it flourishes in regions with sub-dry to sub-muggy conditions, with a yearly precipitation of 400–1,200 millimeters. It can develop in various sorts of soil, yet it flourishes best on very much depleted profound and sandy soils. It can stand higher temperatures and does not stand temperature beneath 4 °C. In India, its leaves are used to put in the cupboards to keep insects away and its tender shoots and flowers are used as vegetables too.
Its seeds are crushed in to powder and soaked in to water and sprayed over the crops to act as repellent from insects.
Azadirachta indica Uses
Its twigs are chewed and used as toothbrush since centuries in Middle-east and Africa and India. Neem seed mash is helpful for yielding methane gas. Neem oil is likewise utilized for hefty hair, to enhance liver capacity, purify the blood, and maintain glucose levels and to treat skin ailments as well. So far, inadequate research has been done to evaluate the implied advantages of Azadirachta.