The months of March and April according to the Hindu calendar are known as Chaitra month or spring season. While this season marks a significant shift from winters to summers with pleasant weather in between, the chances of getting sick with infections and flu also arise.
So, according to Ayurveda, consumption of fresh, small Neem leaves on an empty stomach can not only help the body in preventing these symptoms but also provides other nutrients that help in purifying the blood and keeping the immune system healthy.
They contain Nimbin, Nimbolide, Nimandial, Ninbinene and over 130 beneficial active compounds that help in treating various health ailments from removing dandruff and boosting the immunity to fighting malaria and curing acne. There are more ways in which eating neem leaves can benefit your overall well being. Read on to find out: