Neem is commonly used in alternative medicines. Neem leaves are know to contain many beneficial compounds that have anti-fungal, anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory agents. Well then, is juice of neem leaves good for kidneys?
Neem leaf indeed contain many nutrition ingredients, especially its rich property of antioxidants. Neem can protect the liver and kidneys when taken in small amounts. These organs serve as the body’s filters, removing waste and toxins.
Common signs of problems with the kidneys and liver include jaundice or yellowing of the skin and reduced urine production.
It appears that many of the serious problems tend to occur when the amount consumed or put onto the skin is high, or when someone uses it for a long term.
You may be a little confused after you reading some medical articles searching various websites, since what they tell you may be conflicting. For that reason, if you want to use neem leaf, you should do so under the guidance of a trained medical professional.
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