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Although relatively unknown in the US, neem is a cornerstone of the ancient Ayurvedic healthcare system and is one of the most widely used medicinal herbs in the world.* Americans, however, are more likely to recognize neem as an EPA-registered pesticide that’s non-toxic and has no adverse effect on beneficial insects including bees.

* This statement has not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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Neem in the News

Beyond “Solving Global Problems”

We started growing neem commercially in 1992 on the indirect advice of the federal government. The National Academy of Sciences had just published a book entitled Neem: A Tree for Solving Global Problems(which is still online as a free downloadable PDF). It was the first report published in the U.S. about a tree most of […]

Clinical trial shows “remarkable” results treating diabetes with neem

Treating diabetes with neem has been a hot topic practically since we started growing it in 1992. Frankly, that terrifies us. Anecdotally it works so well that some people end up with dangerously low blood sugar levels. No matter what “Dr. Google” says, do not take neem unless you are testing your blood sugar at […]

Neem as a contraceptive?

The use of neem as a contraceptive for both men and women has been “showing signs of early promise” ever since we started growing neem in 1992, but ongoing research has been somewhat sporadic. A new review article, published in the journal Phytomedicine, looked at the 341 articles published over the last 40 years and […]

Neem Clinically Proven to Reduce Covid Infection Rate

You don’t often see what scientists call the “gold standard” of testing on herbs, but we’re delighted to report that our Indian partner, Nisarga Biotech, has completed a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study that looks at whether neem capsules can prevent at-risk workers from being infected with Covid. Healthcare workers in a teaching hospital near Delhi […]

Our Latest Blog Posts

News from the Greenhouse & Yarden

The greenhouse has been so busy this year that we haven’t taken much time to write about it except to celebrate the amazing Senegal seedlings. I thought we’d post this update since it also includes information on the free seeds* we love to share. (We also posted the free plant list for Open Greenhouse & […]

October Free Plant List

Oct. 2, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. 602 Ronele Drive Brandon, FL 33511 Join our friendly garden group for Open Greenhouse and Plant Swap at Neem Tree Farms, held most first Saturdays of the month. This list is what we have — but you never know what other people will bring to swap! (If you […]

Clinical trial shows “remarkable” results treating diabetes with neem

Treating diabetes with neem has been a hot topic practically since we started growing it in 1992. Frankly, that terrifies us. Anecdotally it works so well that some people end up with dangerously low blood sugar levels. No matter what “Dr. Google” says, do not take neem unless you are testing your blood sugar at […]

Neem & Inflammatory Bowel Disease

“Tummy troubles” are among the top reasons that people take neem. Interestingly enough, a reduction in discomfort is often a side effect when people take neem for more commonly experienced problems such as joint pain. A recent study in Phytotherapy Research looks at how a compound in neem affects mice bred to develop colitis. Often […]

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