Dried Neem Leaf

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 5 customer ratings
(5 customer reviews)


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Premium neem leaf, hand-picked at the peak of potency and then dried in our solar-heated dryer to maintain a bright green color.

To brew a cup of tea with dried neem leaves- Place five neem leaflets in a cup of water, allow to cool, then sweeten to taste. Learn more about how to make the perfect tea with  neem!

Available in 8 or 16 ounce size.

5 reviews for Dried Neem Leaf

  1. Rated 5 out of 5


    Great Quality Neem Leaves!!

  2. Rated 5 out of 5


    This product has helped me a great deal, and I highly recommend it. I drink copious amounts of tea made from the dried leaves, to relieve joint pain. It works. I also use it on a cat who has an itchy skin condition and was scratching herself raw. After bathing the cat, I poured a quart of cooled tea made from these dried leaves over her skin. She’s itch-free now, and has been for a week.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5


    Very pleased with the neem leaves. I use it to make tea for my canary who has air sac mites. After giving it to him for just a week I see improvement. I purchased the 8 oz bag and it was a much larger amount than I expected. The leaves are good quality and reasonably priced for the amount that you get.

  4. Rated 5 out of 5


    My cat developed feline acne on his chin after having his teeth cleaned at the Vets. The Vet said to try and antibiotic ointment and diluted hydrogen peroxide . . . but it only got worse and my cat did not like this treatment. I made a tea with the dried Neem leaves and wet a cotton ball with the tea and compressed it on his chin for about a minute. I did this several times a day for a week and it healed. He is doing fine now. I told the Vet . . . not sure if she listened. So, I write this review and hope anyone reading this with a cat suffering from the common ailment of feline acne tries this simple and effective remedy.

  5. Rated 5 out of 5


    Wonderful product! And nice people too! I use the dried Neem Leaves too make Tea. Yes it’s bitter, but I mix it with other herbal teas and love it warm or as ice tea. Great for sore throat. I also simmer the Neem Leaves in warm Coconut oil, add fresh Aloe Vera and make a wonderful hair oil (for itchy scalp and hair). I will purchase again from Neem tree farms.

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