Morpheme Neem Caps
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The active compounds present in the neem not only work directly on the tissues present in the skin, but also addresses the underlying problems that are usually visible as skin problems.
How to use
You can take 1 – 2 capsules 2 times a day after the meal.
How Neem is Useful?
Neem or Azadirachta Indica is a large evergreen tree that has powerful health maintaining properties. It belongs to mahogany-family and is usually found in the dry regions of Southeast Asia, India and in some parts of African subcontinent. Nimbinin, nimbidin and nimbin are some of the powerful constituents of the plant. Neem leaves, seeds, fruit and bark of the tree contain a lot of important pharmacological properties.
Is Morpheme Neem safe for use?
The neem based capsules are derived from natural ingredients. Hence, it is completely safe to use without any known side effects
Is the product recommended for pregnant or lactating mothers?
It is not recommended for women, who are pregnant or trying to conceive, as neem has contraceptive effects.
Serving size: 1 Vegicaps
Servings per container: 60
Each 500 mg capsule contains: Neem Extract 10:1
Each Bottle Contains: 60 Vegi Caps
Suggested Usage: 1 Capsule twice daily after meals.
|Serving Size: 1 Veg Capsule||
Amount Per Serving
% Daily Value
|Neem (Azadirachta Indica Linn.) (Leaves) Extract||500mg.||**|
|** Daily value not established|
Other Ingredients: Capsule(Vegetarian Capsule), 100% Vegetarian. No Fillers, binders or common Allergens.
Morpheme Neem is a pure-extract of the herb in the capsule form. The pills incorporate all the goodness and medicinal properties of neem and hence provide excellent benefits. The product is made from best quality organic neem, which is processed using the latest technology and without much human involvement, which ensures the purity and effectiveness of the product.
What causes skin problem
Skin problems are many and varied. The quality of your skin depends on your lifestyle, your skin care routine and the condition of your health. Acne is the most common skin problem that is usually attributed to hormonal changes that occur during puberty. Although it is more common among teens and young adults, even babies and adults could suffer from acne. Increase in the male sex hormone or androgen during adolescence activates the oil producing sebaceous glands, leading to excess sebum secretion. The excess oil tends to clog the pores on the skin, creating a suitable environment for the microbes to survive. Moreover, the excess sebum changes the pH of the skin, thereby activating the P. acnes bacteria.
Acne might occur in the form of non-inflammatory blackheads and whiteheads or in the form of large pus-filled lesions. The large painful cysts often cause scarring. Constant friction caused by rubbing or scrubbing the skin increases the risk of acne. In women, hormonal changes before menstrual periods trigger acne breakouts. Acne is also linked to stress. Use of improper cosmetics that makes the skin greasy or sensitivity to certain ingredients in cosmetics might cause skin rash. Acne could be the side effect of certain medications.
Prolonged exposure to the ultraviolet radiation of the sun damages the skin tissues. The risk of sunburn is higher among light-skinned people. It accelerates skin aging. The ultraviolet B rays of the sun are especially harmful for the skin. Skin cancers are often associated with photo damage caused by prolonged exposure to the solar radiation.
How to manage skin disorders naturally
According to Ayurvedic texts, accumulation of impurities in the blood is responsible for rashes, pimples, boils and other skin disorders. The liver helps to detoxify the blood. If the liver is diseased or it fails to perform its normal functions, the toxin level rises in the blood, making the skin vulnerable to disorders. TTo reduce the risk of skin disorders, the detoxification function of the liver should continue uninhibited.
Unhealthy diet increases the toxin content in the blood. Moreover, prolonged exposure to the toxic substances damages the liver tissues and leads to liver dysfunction. To reduce ingestion of toxic chemicals, it is advisable to consume organically grown fruits, vegetables and grain. The nutrient dense organic foods are beneficial for your overall health. Foods containing sulfur compounds such as garlic, onion and cruciferous vegetables such as cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower and Brussels’s sprout are especially beneficial for the liver tissues. To sustain the detoxification function of the liver, limit alcohol intake.
By nourishing the skin, a balanced diet could manage the risk of skin disorders. The fish in your meals would help to make your skin smoother and softer. The omega-3 fats present in fish oil is beneficial for the skin. Vegetarians could enjoy the benefits of omega-3 fats by consuming flaxseeds and walnuts.
The mounting pollutants and toxins in the environment boost the level of free radicals in the body. Oxidative stress resulting from the heightened scavenging activities of free radicals increases the risk of premature aging of the skin. To preserve the natural elasticity of the skin and to delay aging, you should enrich your diet with antioxidant compounds. Vitamins A and E are potent antioxidant nutrients. Beta-carotene rich yellow, orange and dark green colored vegetables could help to replenish the vitamin A reserve in your body. You can obtain vitamin E from nuts and seeds. To increase absorption of vitamin E, you should consume vitamin C rich fruits and vegetables.
Besides nutrient deficiency, skin disorders might be triggered by external factors such as overgrowth of P. acnes bacteria and fungi. Improper cleaning might increase the risk of microbe overgrowth. Cleaning with soap or a cleansing solution and water helps to remove the superficial dirt. However, for removing the dead skin cells from the skin, you should use an exfoliating product.