|Botanical Name(s)||Azadirachta Indica|
|Popular Name(s)||Indian Lilac, Margosa Tree|
|Parts Used||Leaves, Flower, Oil, Seed|
|Habitat||Grows throughout India|
From Faridabad, Haryana, we are the celebrated Manufacturer, Supplier and Exporter of the Neem Leaves across the globe. Known for its antiseptic and curative properties, these Neem Leaves are provided by us in hygienically cleaned and packaged form. To retain the freshness and the pristine state, we store and transport the Neem Leaves in the temperature-controlled conditions. For nominal pricing and timely delivery, rely on us!
A fast-growing tree, Neem (azadirachta indica) can reach a height of about 15 to 20 meters (115-131 ft). The trunk is short, straight and has a diameter of 1.2 m (about 4 ft), wherein the branches spread out widely. Young leaves are reddish to purple in colour and turn into dark green pinnate leaves on maturity. The white and fragrant flowers are arranged auxiliary in drooping panicles, about 25 cm in length. The smooth olive-like drupe fruit is elongated-oval to nearly roundish in shape. Neem is grown in tropical and semi-tropical regions of India, Myanmar, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Malaysia and Pakistan. It is also known as ‘Divine Tree’, ‘Heal All’, ‘Nature’s Drugstore’, ‘Village Pharmacy’ and ‘Panacea for All Diseases’ in India.
Plant Chemicals :
(+)- Azadirachtin, Nimbinene, 6-Desacetylnimbinene, Nimbandiol, Nimbolide, P-Sitosterol, Salannin, Gedunin, Azadirone, Nimbin, Nimbidine, Nimbicidine, Nimbinol, Sitosterol Glucocide1, Quercetin, N-Hexacosanol, Nonacosane, Moisture, Proteins, Fat, Fiber, Carbohydrates, Minerals, Calcium, Phosphorus, Iron, Thiamine, Niacin, Carotene, Gedunin, 7-Deacetoxy-7a-Hydroxy Gedunin, 17p-Hydro.Xy-Azadiradione, 17-Epiazadiradione And Nimbiol.
Uses & Benefits of Neem :