Neem: A hands-on guide to one of the world’s most versatile herbs Edited by Sheila Sperber Haas, Ph.D.
The cornerstone of the Ayurvedic tradition, neem has been called “the village pharmacy” for thousands of years. When the National Research Council published a report on neem in 1992, they call it “a tree for solving global problems.”
This book provides an overview of the groundbreaking research conducted since that landmark report, as well as a look at how people are actually using this amazing herb. It offers particular promise in developing nations where it can be easily grown and processed. In regions where conventional medicine is more accessible, neem offers a natural alternative to drugs that may have serious side effects.
The moderators include both healthcare professionals and patients who’ve used neem to help overcome everything from acne and arthritis to psoriasis and ulcers. As often as possible, They’ve combined clinical research with anecdotal reports.
42 page booklet.