Neem Capsule for skin health and blood detox – Nirogam  
Neem Capsule for skin health and blood detox
Neem Capsule for skin health and blood detox
Neem Capsule for skin health and blood detox
Neem Capsule for skin health and blood detox

Neem Capsule for skin health and blood detox

Regular price
Rs. 264.00
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Rs. 240.00
  • Fights Skin Infections
  • Treats Stomach Ulcers
  • Acts As An Anti-Inflammatory
Dosage : Take 2 Capsules twice daily.

Quantity : 60 Capsules 

Course Period :15 Days

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Works Best For

  • Wound healing
  • Treats Infections
  • Purifies The Blood
Deepa Garg

I used to suffer from pimples, pigmentation, itching, and all kinds of skin troubles. I started taking Neem for it and it has really helped me with the problem.

Shadab Alam

The product is really good but I have given 4 stars because the delivery takes time. Please work on that and I will give 5/5.

Anirudh Sharma

It helped me treat a wound on my knee and my stomach infection. 5/5 totally recommend this product!

Benefits of Neem Capsules

Promotes Dental Health
Promotes Dental

It keeps the teeth and gums strong. Cuts down plaque buildup and curbs gingivitis symptoms. Dissolves leftover sugars in the mouth cavity. Fights against bacteria deposition on the teeth. Treats mouth ulcers and gives a fresh breath. Prevents periodontal disease.

Boosts  Immunity

Antimicrobial in nature. Draws off viral, bacterial, fungi and protozoa infections from the body. Eliminates free radicals and other harmful toxins from blood. Helps to release wastes through kidneys. Increases hemoglobin levels. Stimulates production of white blood cells and antigens.

Improves Skin and Hair Quality
Improves Skin and
Hair Quality

Has a cooling effect on the body. Alleviates inflammation of skin cells. Keeps the skin hydrated and refreshed. Reduces excess body heat to prevent blemishes, pigmentation and dryness. Can effectively reduce the symptoms of eczema, psoriasis, ring worms and allergies.

What experts say about us

Dr. Greeshma Nair

“1000 Year old Ayurveda recipes strangely followed to give you effective, easy to use Nirogam products that give amazing results.”

Dr. Divya Vaidya

“Made with High quality herbs after carefully purifying all minerals and metal for excellent products that really work”

Why is it a must have?


Each capsule contains pure Neem Leaf extracts.

  • Fights skin conditions and diseases
  • Detoxifies and purifies the blood
  • Promotes wound healing

Precautions to take

  • Children: Taking Neem seeds or oil by mouth is unsafe for children. Side effects may include vomiting, diarrhea, drowsiness, blood disorders, seizures, loss of consciousness, coma, brain disorders, and death.
  • Pregnancy and breast-feeding: Neem oil and Neem bark are unsafe when taken by mouth during pregnancy. They can cause a miscarriage
  • Diabetes: Neem can lower blood sugar levels and might cause blood sugar to sink.
  • Reduced ability to have children (infertility): Neem may harm sperms. It might also reduce fertility.
  • Organ transplant: Neem might decrease the effectiveness of medications that are used to prevent organ rejection.
  • Surgery: Neem might lower blood sugar levels. Stop using Neem at least 2 weeks before a scheduled surgery.
Soy Free
Gluten Free
No Sugar
No Preservatives

Frequently asked questions

What is Neem?
Neem, (Azadirachta indica), also called Nim or Margosa, is a fast-growing tree of the mahogany family (Meliaceae), valued as a medicinal plant and a source of organic pesticides, and for its timber Neem is a native to the Indian subcontinent and to dry areas throughout South Asia. It has been introduced to parts of Africa, the Caribbean, and numerous countries in South and Central America. The plant has long been used in Ayurvedic and folk medicine and is used in cosmetics and in organic farming applications.
What are the benefits of Neem?
Neem has been used in a variety of ways both for personal and community health. Neem leaves, fruits, flowers, and bark possess antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal, anti-inflammatory properties. Neem is also said to be a natural contraceptive for birth control and spermicide. The medicinal uses of Neem are widely known in India. Neem is used in pyrexia, diabetes, urinary problems, filarial worms, respiratory disorders, dermatological disorders, gynecological disorders, and by way of external use for eyes, piles and fistula, wounds, hair, and dental hygiene. Neem leaves help in the treatment of neuromuscular pains. Neem leaves are also reported to remove toxins, purify the blood, and prevent damage caused by free radicals in the body by neutralizing them. Margosa (Neem) as a multipurpose herb is valued very highly in today’s herbal world for its capacity to exorcise the demon of the disease out of the body.
What are the Ailments Addressed by Neem?
Indeed! It can interact with anti-inflammatory, blood clotting or anxiety relieving drugs.Neem is called a multipurpose herb that treats a variety of conditions. Its main action can be seen as antiparasitic which expels all microorganisms which cause disturbance in the body. Thus it is helpful in treating recurrent infections, intestinal worms, and skin disorders including rashes, pimples, and acne.
In skincare (pimples and acne) and scalp infections, Neem oil or leaf paste is applied to the skin. Neem leaves and turmeric are ground fresh into a paste for the treatment of skin infections. Alternatively, Neem paste is added to bathing water to treat skin allergy and to maintain beautiful skin. Regular consumption of Neem leaf paste on an empty stomach is a known home remedy for diabetes. Those who have a family history of diabetes can also avail of this home remedy to prevent diabetes. This would work only with diet watching and regular exercise if you are trying to prevent diabetes.
Is Neem beneficial for eyes and insect bite?
Neem leaves are reported to be beneficial in eye disorders and insect bite poisons. Studies on plasma clotting time using Russell’s viper venom have proved that the leaf extract contains a clotting inhibitor. This justifies its use in the treatment of poisonous bites. Neem leaves have shown significant antiulcer activity and anti-inflammatory effects. Extract of Neem leaves has shown a reduction in the frequency of stress-induced gastric mucosal lesions.
What are the precautions to be taken when taking Neem?
  • Do not take Neem [or any herbs] if you are pregnant, trying to have a baby or are lactating.
  • Do not take up self-treatment if you have any chronic conditions like kidney diseases or liver disease.
How does Neem work to protect teeth and hair?
Neem contains chemicals that might help reduce blood sugar levels, heal ulcers in the digestive tract, prevent conception, kill bacteria, and prevent plaque formation in the mouth.
- Most research shows that applying a gel containing Neem leaf extract to the teeth or using a Neem mouthwash can reduce the amount of plaque on the teeth. But it might not be as helpful as using chlorhexidine mouthwash.
- A mild form of gum disease (gingivitis). Most research shows that applying a gel containing Neem leaf extract or using a Neem mouthwash can reduce gingivitis in some people, but it doesn’t seem to be as helpful as chlorhexidine mouthwash and it may not be effective for people with long-standing gingivitis.
- Lice - Clinical research shows that applying a Neem extract shampoo to the scalp once completely cures head lice in children.

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