Leaves and flowers are used as salad. Decoction of leaves and flowers in a dose of 200 - 400 ml or dried powder in dose of 5 - 10 gm are orally taken for diabetes, antiseptic purposes. Ash of leaves and flowers are externally used for skin diseases. Decoction of bark is orally taken in a dose of 300 - 600 ml for malaria, fevers, dysentery. Dried powder in a dose of 4 - 6 gm with honey is orally taken for colic and anthelmenthic activities. Slurry of bark is externally used in inflammation and injuries.
Azadirachta indica A.Juss.
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