NEEM METHOD TYPE: Contraceptive
BEST TIME TO USE METHOD: Immediately/Anytime
ALSO KNOWN AS: Indian lilac , margosa, nim, margosier, crackjack, paradise tree, white cedar, chinaberry
- Infants have suffered complex sequelae, and even death from the internal use of neem. Avoid giving neem supplements to children.
- Those who have impaired liver or kidney function should also take great caution. Excess doses of seed or seed supplements may be toxic.
POSSIBLE SIDE EFFECTS:
- Traditional Ayurvedic practitioners recommend against the use of neem if the person suffers from obvious wasting or fatigue.
- Neem can be a potent scent throughout the body. May result in discomfort for cultures and couples who engage in oral sex.
HOW IT WORKS:
- Neem slows the motility of sperm, preventing their ability to reach their destination and impregnate the egg.
- Researchers found that men experienced eight months of effective birth control when Neem seed oil was injected into the vas deferens.
- Neem oil has been found to be nearly 100% effective when administered intravaginally.
- Researchers found Neem oil kills sperm in the vaginal region within just thirty seconds, and continues to be effective for up to five full hours.
HOW TO USE:
- Oil applied intravaginally
- Injected into reproductive organs
- Taken orally
- Neem oil is recognized to be a strong spermicide and is believed to be 100% efficacious when applied intra-vaginally.
- In rats, the implantation inhibitory effects were seen in as many as 10 days after fertilizing intercourse, although it was most effective if used within 3 days.
- A well-researched spermacide and oral contraception for men.
- Male subjects who consumed neem leaf oil for six weeks achieved 100% effectiveness, and continued for as long as the subjects took the capsules daily. Within six weeks of discontinued use, the effect wore off and was completely reversed.
- Neem oil injected into the uterine horn created a twelve month prevention of pregnancy which was found to be completely reversible.
COMMON USES AND HEALTH BENEFITS:
- Used for boils, ulcers, and eczema
- Oil is used for skin diseases, including indolent ulcers and ringworm
- Anti bacterial
- anti parasitic
- anti viral
- anti protozoal
- Stops micro organisms from penetrating into the body
- Beneficial for eczema sufferers
- Beneficial for eye disorders and insect poisons
- May be used against gonorrhea, syphilis, Chlamydia, herpes simplex-2 and possibly even HIV-1
- Used for preventing and ridding the body of excess candida without harming the beneficial bacteria.
WHERE ITS FOUND:
- Neem originates in India and Burma, but now is grown all over the world.
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