Neem, the sacred oil to no longer sacred !

Tired of appearing to be performing a ritual dance with the arms in all directions to communicate with a neighboring planet by way of the waves ? What if we were talking about a natural solution to better appreciate nature ! This week, light on the Hémisphère Nord, our boreal forest outdoor mist with essential oils, but more precisely, Neem oil which synergizes with all the other essential oils that make up this natural repellent in a spray. A pleasant alliance between efficiency in the field and calming and energizing virtues.

From a sacred tree


Neem or neem, two names, one entity, a sacred tree native to India that has been known for centuries for its healing properties, hence its vernacular name of Village pharmacy. From a historical point of view, it is said that at the time when the Vedas (Sanskrit word (Indian language) meaning knowledge and designating a set of Brahmanic texts, Larousse) were composed, the Neem bore the name of Sarva Roga Nivarini, that is, the one who can heal all ailments and diseases.

For a long time, Neem has been recognized throughout the world for its insecticidal properties, and its cake (solid residue obtained after extracting the oil from the seeds) would have been used for a long time, and would still be today, to fertilize the fields. while protecting them from certain parasites. A natural alternative to all those questionable synthetic insecticides sprayed without half measure !

Also, Neem oil is said to have benefits for the skin, in particular because of its antibacterial and antifungal properties which would help fight against a wide range of skin infections (acne, eczema, psoriasis, etc.). Nourishing and emollient, it is therefore combining the useful with the pleasant !

Azadira...what ?


This would be in part due to the strong presence ofAzadirachtin A that Neem oil owes its insect repellant, pest control and repellant qualities. It should be noted that it is important to make sure to select a product made with cold-pressed oil, otherwise this organic compound would lose all of its properties.

In summary, Neem oil is moisturizing and softening thanks to its content of fatty acids, amino acids and vitamin E, not to mention the significant bonus being that it penetrates quickly without leaving an unpleasant film on the skin.

Take advantage of our Glamping promo which offers 10% off the basket on the outdoor mist as well as our All Lavender soap and deodorant with lavender angustifolia !


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