Welcome to UsingNeem.com, a website created to share information on an herb an agency of U.S. government called “A Tree for Solving Global Problems” and healers in tropical countries around the world recognize as “The Village Pharmacy.”
While still relatively unknown in the US, neem is one the most widely used medicinal herbs in the world. From a historical perspective, some of the world’s oldest written documents – dating back two to four centuries BC — contain multiple references to neem and its myriad uses.
Nearly all of the information presented in the research section has been compiled from reports published on the National Institutes of Health website at www.pubmed.com and we provide links back to those abstracts whenever possible.
The forums, however, are moderated by a group of healthcare professionals and committed volunteers rather than a government agency. They contain information that has not been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration or the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, including anecdotal reports and testimonials from people who have used neem. Before entering this section of usingneem, you must agree that you understand the risks of relying on information that has not been approved by appropriate government agencies. Volunteer moderators will attempt to answer individual questions but users must be approved before they can post to the forum.
All material included in www.usingneem.com is provided for educational purposes only. Consult a physician or health care professional before using any herbal medications. www.usingneem.com accepts no liability for information provided regarding the uses of neem as described on the site. Advertisers on www.usingneem.com do not sell products which are intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease or kill or repel any insect on humans, animals or plants. The research presented on this site is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Results of user testimonials may not be typical.