Neem and hypericum

The Neem and and St. John's Wort properties are all different and important, and reading them it sounds strange that it was necessary to invent a new product and not simply merge the two products or use them separately and subsequently.

The first simplistic response is that if only one of them or the simple union of this two phytopharmaceutical extracts had been able to do what Hypermixvet is able to do, the latter would not have been a discovery.

Then, the simple union of Neem and St. John's Wort oils is not able to do what Hypermixvet offers.

The reality is that the different active ingredients present in the two plants (about several hundred) make very difficult to identify the specific reasons for the effectiveness of phytopharmaceutical extracts in the various application, even more if combined.

Then to get consciously to a product that expresses the best therapeutic action for a specific need, it's necessary a study at the limit of the feasibility: this is way no one has ever done it!

 

NEEM PROPERTIES

  • The United Nations has declared Neem as "The Tree of 21st Century". It is evergreen, and can reach a height of up to 25 metres and live up to 300 years.
  • Neem is considered a major component in Ayurvedic tradition from thousands of years. The ancient Sanskrit texts teach that every part of the tree (leaves, bark, wood, roots, pulp of fruits, flowers) contains substances with medicinal effects. Maybe this is the reason why in India Neem is also known as "Village Pharmacy".
  • Neem is so important that there are international non-profit organizations, such as the NEEM Foundation, supported by international scientists and environmentalists involved in the Neem-related researches.

ANTISEPTIC - ANTIMICROBIAL – ANTIBACTERIAL – ANTIVIRAL - ANTIBIOTIC

  • Inhibits virus growth and prevents them from entering and infecting cells.
  • Neem extracts are used in creams to fight infections.
  • Salmonella enterica and Staphylococcus aureus are among the bacterial strains contrasted by the oil of Neem.
  • Neem has also shown great activity against herpes virus, cold sores and zoster
  • It purifies the blood and has therefore an effective and general detoxifying effect.
  • It is also a great hepatoprotector.

ANTI-INFLAMMATORY

  • Thanks to limonoids and catechin, strong inhibitors of acute inflammation mediators, it is used in the treatment of pain due to muscle strain, arthritis and rheumatism.

ANTIPYRETIC

  • It helps reduce the fever.

ANTISEBORROICO

  • Regulates dandruff and skin itching.
  • When mixed in equal parts with water and vegetable oils it helps keep healthy and shiny hair.

ANTIFUNGAL

  • Effective results against 14 types of fungi, especially against: the Trichosporon - infection of the gastrointestinal tract, the Geotrichum - infections in bronchi and lungs, the Trichophyton - infections in hair, skin, nails and athlete's foot, the Epidermophyton that causes Ringworm
  • It fights effectively and without side effects the Candida albicans fungus

SKIN DISEASES

  • Acne, psoriasis, eczema, herpes, hives, itching and ringworm in all its varieties, are skin diseases that are effectively treated by NEEM-based products.
  • According to John Conrick, author of "NEEM the ultimate herb", NEEM is as effective as cortisone for psoriasis.

AMOEBAS, LARVAE and NEMATODE ELIMINATOR

  • It helps to destroy internal and external parasites, worms, fungi and molds.
  • Its effects are truly outstanding to fight mites, scabies, lice and parasites. It is an effective anti-flea for animals and has a completely ecological antiparasitic effect for plants, so that it can be used in the biological control against many pests in agriculture, since it is a natural pesticide.

HEALING and REGENERATING

  • It moisturizes and protects the skin, soothes and heals irritation, flaking and any kind of lesions. This is why it is used on extensive burns, infected wounds and to stimulate tissue healing and reconstruction.

IMMUNOSTIMULATING

  • The NEEM contains polysaccharide components with immuno-modulation activities. The polysaccharides seem to be responsible for the increased production of antibodies. Other elements of the NEEM seem to stimulate the immune system to safeguard against frequent infections that typically accompany AIDS. You can then use it for bacterial and viral infections, intestinal parasites, candida and fungal infections, gastroduodenal ulcer.

GLUCOSE REGULATION PREVENTION of CARDIOVASCULAR DISORDERS

  • NEEM treat effectively diabetes, sugar imbalances in the blood and overweight thanks to its tonic and revitalizing properties.

MALARIA VECTOR CONTROL!

  • Recent experiments show that the GEDUNIN, a limonoid from NEEM, is as effective as quinine in treating malaria.
  • The NEEM leaf extracts, both alcohol- or water-based, demonstrate effectiveness in combating malaria.
  • The NEEM action blocks the development of the gamete in infected people.
  • Some scientists have postulated that the stimulation of the immune system is the major factor in the NEEM effectiveness to combat malaria.

EUDERMIC - ANTIOXIDANT - ANTI-AGING

  • Its EFAs and vitamin E content make it suitable for the preparation of creams for the face and body with antioxidant and anti-aging properties.

INSECT-REPELLENT

  • NEEM oil is a natural remedy against insect bites, especially mosquitoes.
  • In India, there are mosquitos nets treated with NEEM oil.
  • The regular intake of NEEM tablets is useful to avoid bites of this boring insect.
  • Phage-repellent effect and IGR (Insect Growth Regulating).
  • It allows to control more than 400 species of harmful insects.
  • Shortly harmful to beneficial insects and warm-blooded organisms.
  • The Neem based products are not toxic to bees.
  • Even spiders, butterflies, ants, ladybugs do not show any harmful effect if exposed to extracts of the Neem tree (National Research Council, 1992).

ORAL CAVITY DISORDERS TEETH and GUMS

  • The inhibitors of prostaglandin in NEEM oil solve many gum and periodontal disease. People in both India and Africa have used NEEM twigs as tooth brushes for centuries.
  • NEEM powder is also used to brush teeth and massage gums. The NEEM antiseptic ingredients reduce tooth decay and promote the healing of gum disease. Today, the Neem is used in toothpastes that prevent the formation of plaque and whiten dramatically teeth. In Germany many researchers have shown that NEEM extracts prevent tooth decay and periodontal disease. Infections, tooth decay, bleeding and sore gums have all been treated successfully with daily use of neem mouth rinse or neem leaf extract added to the water.
  • Some people have reported a total reversal of gum degeneration after using NEEM for only a few months.

TUMOUR CONTROL (CANCER)

  • Throughout Southeast Asia NEEM has been used successfully by herbalists for hundreds of years to reduce tumors. Researchers are now supporting these uses. In Europe and Japan scientists have found that polysaccharides and liminoids in NEEM bark, leaves and seed oil reduced tumors and cancers and were effective against lymphocytic leukemia.
  • About skin cancers, a number of reports have been made by patients that their skin cancers have disappeared, after several months of using a neem-based cream on a daily basis.

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HYPERICUM PROPERTIES

"The medieval knights were admitted to the jousts, only after ensuring and swore by their honor not to wear under the armor St. John's wort, which would give them a dishonest protection."
"This oil extract is obtained by maceration of fresh flowering tops of Hypericum (Hypericum Perforatum L.) in vegetable oil."

ANTISEPTIC - ANTIMICROBIAL - ANTIBACTERIAL - ANTIVIRAL - ANTIBIOTIC

  • In folk medicine, it was used to heal both the wounds and kidney and lung infections

TISSUE REGENERATION and RE-EPITHELIALIZATION

  • It is called St John's wort because the Order of Saint John used it to heal burns, wounds and cuts during battles!
  • It's so efficient to treat burns because of its stimulating cell regeneration properties.
  • Its haemostatic properties make it suitable for the treatment of wounds inflicted in battle.
  • It was successfully used even in case of: bed sores, hemorrhoids and glans ulceration.

ANTI-INFLAMMATORY

  • It is successfully used even in case of: exertional muscle pain, contractures, joint pain and rheumatism.

ANALGESIC - ANTISPASMODIC - SEDATIVE with no NARCOTIC EFFECT

  • It is often used for sedative and analgesic purpose; bruises and hemorrhoids seem to benefit from its application, as well as neurovegetative dystonia.
  • Its flowers added to oil for medical use have a soothing effect on cuts.

ANTIDEPRESSIVE

  • In folk medicine it was used to heal what we call today depression and to relieve neuralgia and chronic insomnia.
  • The therapeutic properties of the flowering tops of Hypericum are due to its phyto-complex represented mainly by flavonoids, such as Hypericin, Rutin, Quercetin and Hyperoside, substances with a marked sedative and antidepressant action, obtained from dried extract or tincture.
  • Contemporary research have documented that extracts of St. John's wort, thanks to its antidepressant properties, can prevent neurotransmitter reuptake such as dopamine, serotonin and norepinephrine.

COSMETIC

  • Rue health treatment!

FACE and BODY - KEEPS THE SKIN HYDRATED - INAESTHETICISMS PREVENTION

  • A red oily extract is used for dry, reddened and atonic skin.
  • Thanks to its emollient properties it protects the skin giving a quick feeling of wellbeing.
  • Successfully used even in case of: sunburn, skin blemishes, psoriasis, skin aging, stretch marks, scars, marks caused by acne, chapped hands, insect bites.

A COMBINATION OF DIFFERENT PROPERTIES

  • The properties of Hypericum are so different that currently its effectiveness is studied for the treatment of:
  • AIDS - different kind of cancer - rheumatoid arthritis - nocturnal enuresis in children peptic ulcers - some skin diseases (such as psoriasis) - hangover headache.

 

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