Neem Leaf Tea
A strong tea made with neem can be used externally to treat sprains, swollen glands, bites, stings, and infected wounds. Neem contains carotene, vitamin C, potassium, calcium, phosphorus, sodium, thiamine, and several other compounds.
Neem tea stimulates the immune system. As a result, this tea is to be used for healing pneumonia, malaria, heart disease, fever, shingles, herpes, sore throat, thrash, hypertension, ulcers, gout, arthritis, food poisoning, colds, parasites, and bladder issues. In India, neem is traditionally consumed on a daily basis to prevent many of the above conditions.
Pure Organic Neem Leaf
Put 16 oz of Spring Water into a glass or clay pot. Add 1/4 cup of loose herbs to the water. Boil for 2 minutes, then simmer on the lowest setting for an additional 25 minutes. Strain the tea and let cool.
Drink the tea from a glass or copper cup only. There should be approximately 8-12 oz of tea remaining after simmering and straining Place the strained herbs in the refrigerator in a sealed glass jar to be used a second time to make tea. Dispose herbs in the grass (not the trash) after the second use.
Drink two (2) glasses of tea daily.