Neem has been used traditionally used in managing many skin problems like acne. It also helps improve liver functions that helps in detoxification. Tulsi is a scared herb and used for beneficial effects in many health systems. It is good for respiratory health and a household remedy for cough and colds. Neem is a plant that originated in South Asia (mainly Sri Lanka, Burma and India) and has been used for thousands of years. The neem tree, known formally as azadirachta indica, is a member of the mahogany family. In many villages of India the streets are lined with neem trees, and are considered sacred. Tulsi is called the ‘Holy Basil’ in India with reference made to it in the Holy Scriptures. In its native, India, it has been cultivated for nearly 2,000 years and it is touted as the ‘Queen of Herbs’, the ‘Incomparable One’, and it is prominent in Ayurveda and Hinduism for its various therapeutic applications.
The combination of Neem Tulsi is a powerful immune booster. As it combines the benefit of Neem and Holy Basil, it helps in purifying blood thus helping to maintain a glowing and healthy skin. It is also indicated in common cold, cough, fever, bronchitis etc. Neem provides health benefits through its purifying properties, which can aid in recovery from infections, as well as acne. It also helps with water retention issues. Tulsi has its impressive antioxidant abilities and for how it acts as a stress relieving agent (technically the herb is an adaptogen, and thus is a good moderator of oxidative stress). The combination of two very powerful herbs which are one of the best in cleansing, purifying and preventing infections makes this a very popular product.