From the very beginning of recorded human history, people have used the mysterious Azadirachta indica or neem tree. Today, rural Indians call this tree their "village pharmacy" because of claims it "cures" diseases and disorders ranging from bad teeth and bedbugs to ulcers and malaria. The seeds, bark and leaves contain compounds called limonoids with proven antiseptic, antiviral, antipyretic, anti-inflammatory, anti-ulcer and antifungal uses.
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The soaps do smell kind of "nutty," but I don't pick up a "garlicky" smell from them at all. I like that they are free of synthetic colors, fragrances, and preservatives and do contain lovely ingredients such as coconut oil, shea butter, and rosemary. The shampoos and conditioners smell "coconutty" and "citrusy," and the toothpaste and mouthwash smell very minty. :)
O.M.G. Gail,You went to India?You are so Lucky! I would SO much Love to go to India!
Traveling to India was the dream trip of a lifetime. If you feel drawn to India, I highly encourage you to visit one day.
Yes.Whenever I could afford it.My guese is within the next 10 Years.
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