Common names: Neem, azadirac de l’Inde, margosier,
Type of foliage: Evergreen
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Azadirachta indica, or neem, is a non-native evergreen tree found in tropical regions, including Africa. Known for medicinal uses, its parts are traditionally employed for their antimicrobial properties. Beyond medicine, neem has applications in pest control, agroforestry, and timber production. Trees, in general, symbolize life and renewal, aligning with meaningful initiatives.
Usefulness of the tree
The Azadirachta indica, or neem, has diverse utility. Medicinally, its leaves, bark, seeds, and oil are used for their antimicrobial properties. In agriculture, neem serves as a natural insecticide. Additionally, it has applications in agroforestry, timber production, and is symbolic of life and renewal, making it valuable in various contexts.