HOW SoluNeem WORKS
Azadirachtin is the most potent insect growth regulator among natural pesticides. It also works as anti-feedant, many insects simply starve to death. Finally as a anti-ovo-pository and repellant, insects will be repelled and avoid laying eggs.
Native to the Indian subcontinent, neem trees now thrive in many parts of Southeast Asia, Australia, Africa, Caribbean, Central and South America. All parts of the tree, wood, bark, leaves, flowers, and seeds have been used tradition- ally for centuries in treating various health problems such as internal parasites, skin conditions, and dental hygiene. In some of the worlds earliest writings dating back nearly 4,500 years, hundreds of Ayurvedic medical notations describe how neem can be used to treat a wide range of illness, from diabetes, to gum disease, insect bites and arthritis.
Manufactured into soaps, skin creams, even toothpaste, and as insect repellent and pesticide, neem oil has now gained international attention as a natural alternative to toxic chemicals.