Neemtree Organics is a California-based Ag company and their main goal is to promote the growth of organic market in the field of Neem and similar natural plant derived products.
Their parent company, Neem India have been producing Neem based products for over 14 years and exporting them to 17 countries. Their goal is to use this experience and manufacturing capabilities to bring back the centuries-old traditions and benefits of Neem to the Americas. Neem is an ancient tree of Indian origin with more than 100 unique bioactive compounds. Research shows that it has potential applications in cosmetics, agriculture, animal care, etc.
Neemtree Organics is excited to bring its completely natural, premium products to the United States market. Their products portray a perfect blend of modernization and traditions as it brings time-tested benefits of Neem through strong research and development, thus developing cold processing technique for the commercial production of neem based Products. They primarily focus on Neem, Karanja and similar other plant derived products.
With lesser connections and product handling, they are able to deliver products at a very competitive price without any compromise on quality and service.
The Neem Tree’s Many Uses And Benefits
The neem tree has lately been called the world’s most researched tree. That is not surprising. Just look at the many medicinal and other uses that all parts of this fascinating tree have. Neem has been used traditionally for many centuries. In India it is known as “the village pharmacy”. But neem is still relatively unknown in the western world, capsules, neem soap, dried neem leaf and more.
As for other medicinal plants or herbs you can find many recipes for home remedies using neem.
So naturally people are getting curious… Some would like to grow their own neem plant. Some are wondering, What is this neem tree? What can I use it for? What are the benefits of neem?
Let’s have a look: here is a profile of the neem tree. Below you find links to more information. Read more about its history, about how to grow it, and about its many uses.
Discover The Neem Tree
Azadirachta indica – That’s the botanical name for neem. Indica gives away the tree’s origin, India
The whole name, though of course latinized, comes from the Persian language Farsi:
- Azad means free
- Dirakht means tree
- i-Hind means of Indian origin
So the botanical name translates into: “The Free Tree Of India”
Another common name for neem is Margosa. (It has many more names.) Neem belongs to the botanical family Meliaceae . That means it is related to the mahogany tree. The Meliaceae family is also called the mahogany family. Neem belongs to the botanical family Meliaceae. That means it is related to the mahogany tree. The Meliaceae family is also called the mahogany family.
Neem is a very attractive, fast growing and evergreen tree.
It has a straight trunk and the tree can reach a height of 30 metres and more, though 15 to 20 metres is the average. The bark is hard, rough and scaly, fissured even in young trees. It’s often brown, but in older trees it can be pale or greyish-black.
Spreading branches with dark green leaves form a dense, round canopy, up to 20 metres across (It makes a very good shade tree).
Leaves are alternate (not opposite each other along the branches) and consist of several leaflets with serrated edges. You can see the leaves in the banner of this site.
The flowers are large clusters of up to 250 individual white blooms. The whole cluster can be quite large, but the individual flowers are only a few mm across. They look inconspicuous, however, the scent is just heavenly. You can smell a flowering neem tree from miles away.
The olive like, edible fruit is oval to round and thin skinned(Edible does not mean tasty…). It is green initially and turns yellow when ripe. Every fruit contains one, and sometimes two or three, seeds.
Neem is easy to grow in a wide range of temperatures and conditions, and the tree can live for 150 to 200 years.
All parts of the neem plant have been used for many centuries in India. From India the tree and the knowledge about its many uses and benefits has spread. Today neem grows in many countries across the world, and wide range of neem products is available commercially.