Who Recommends Neem?
Mitchell A. Fleisher, M.D., D.Ht., D.A.B.F.M.
A board-certified family physician specializing in classical homeopathy, nutritional and botanical medicine…
“I have been very impressed with the therapeutic
effectiveness Neem products, such as Supercritical Neem Extract and
X-Balm, from the observations of my patients’ clinical progress,
particularly for infectious and inflammatory disorders. I can
wholeheartedly recommend their utilization by other health care
practitioners and the health conscious public.”
Dr. Joseph Mercola, D.O.
An internationally renowned Natural Health Physician and Doctor of Osteopathy, educated and licensed in both conventional and natural medicine…
“The truth is West Nile Virus has yet to spread to
epidemic proportions as predicted. In fact, the chance that any one
person is going to become ill from a single mosquito bite remains low.
The real danger of West Nile is what is being done to people and their
young and unborn children through exposure to these toxic chemicals.
It’s a classic “Catch 22.” How can you make the most of your summer
outdoors while avoiding the swarms of insects — without exposing
yourself to more harm? As you know, I’m fond of seeking out simple
solutions, and I’ve found an outstanding solution for safeguarding your
Andrew Weil, M.D.
Teaches at the University of Arizona College of Medicine, has a private medical practice, and is a well known author…
“Head lice are a common nuisance of childhood. Kids pick
them up from someone who already has them by wearing each other’s hats,
scarves, hair ribbons and other clothes, sharing combs, brushes or
towels, or lying on a bed, couch, pillow or even cuddling a stuffed
animal that belongs to a child who has lice. Try to discourage this
kind of sharing, particularly if you hear that there’s an infestation
at school, day care center, or wherever your children spend time. The
conventional treatment is one percent lindane, sold as Kwell lotion.
Lindane is a cousin of DDT and can harm the nervous system. Natural and
safer alternatives include one percent permethrin cream rinse, sold as
Nix and Neem, derived from a tree in India.”