Veppam Pattai / Neem Bark Powder
Neem tree is also known as the Indian Lilac or Margosa tree, widely
famous in India as well as abroad for its medicinal purposes. It is a
herb type, belongs to the Meliaceae family, commonly available all
through year everywhere in India.
Botanical Name : Azadirachta Indica
English Name : Neem Bark
Tamil Name : வேப்பம்பட்டை / Veppam Pattai
Hindi Name : नीम / Neem
Malayalam Name : ആര്യവേപ്പ് / Ariyaveppu
Telugu Name : వెపా / Vepa
About Veppam Pattai (Neem Bark) :-
Neem tree is also known as the Indian Lilac or Margosa tree, widely famous in
India as well as abroad for its medicinal purposes. It is a herb type, belongs
to the Meliaceae family, commonly available all through year everywhere in
India. It is very beneficial to the health because of its natural ability as an
anti-viral, anti-bacterial, anti-microbial, anti-parasitic, anti-fungal, analgesic,
anti-inflammatory, and so many properties. Because of its wide variety of
applications, it is commonly called the "Friend and Protector of the
Indian Villager". The Neem bark has cool, bitter, and astringent
Internal Benefits of Veppam Pattai (Neem Bark) :-
- It is traditionally used to treat tiredness, Kapha dosha imbalance, worms, fever and loss of appetite.
- Neem bark can be used to treat various body infections and help to kill bacteria on the skin that cause severe skin infections such as acne and infected wounds.
External Benefits of Veppam Pattai (Neem Bark) :-
- Good remedy for teeth problems.
- The bark powder can be made into an oil that will quickly absorb into the
skin, Neem bark oil can also be used on aggravating or recurrent skin
conditions such as eczema, psoriasis, ring worm and even warts.
How to consume Veppam Pattai (Neem Bark) Internally :-
- Morning - Mix 5 gms of powder in 100 ml water, Boil the content for few minutes. once the water gets warm, filter the content and drink it before food. Repeat the same for Evening Dosage after dinner.
How to Apply Veppam Pattai (Neem Bark) Externally :-
- Probably the most common use of Neem bark is to clean the teeth. The traditional method is to snap off a twig of the tree and chew on it. The astringent qualities of the bark prevented bleeding gums, tooth decay and foul smell long before the advent of toothpaste.
Procurement & Agriculture Method :-
90% of Our Herbs are Wild crops and 100% organic by nature, remaining 10% are organically grown, dried, and pulverized with no chemical or preservatives.
The Consumption details and benefits listed out in our website are taken from Tamil ancient books and Siddha records, as well as its been further fine tuned by our Siddha Doctors Team. Any how you are requested to consult your Doctor before use.