Azadirachta Indica (Neem/Nimtree/Indian Lilac)
- Plant Care
Neem (Azadirachta indica), a member of the Meliaceae family, commonly found in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Nepal, has therapeutic implications in disease cure and formulation based on the fact that neem is also used to treat various diseases. The leaves are alternate, petiolated, clustered at the end of the branches, unequally pinnate, glabrous, and dark glossy green at maturity. The flowers are numerous, fragrant, white, and borne in large clusters. Neem fruit has a thin epicarp, a mucilaginous fleshy mesocarp, and a hard endocarp.
With globalization, it has gained even more recognition and acceptance worldwide, especially for having no side effects or complications. By virtue of its natural antibacterial and antimicrobial properties, it has diverse applications in dentistry, as most oral diseases are microbe induced.
Neem trees require plenty of bright sunlight.The trees benefit from regular moisture, but be careful not to overwater. Allow the soil to dry between every watering.Good quality, well-drained potting soil is preferable.15 - 45 °CA light application of any good quality, balanced fertilizer, or a dilute solution of water-soluble fertilizer.
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