Can anyone explain to me what it is that Neem does? I thought maybe from my experiences that it was killing something in there but then I read something about Neem keeping insects from feeding but doesn't harm them so I'm confused about how to use this. Obviously if they aren't feeding that's good but what needs to happen along with this process? What I did in the past was cleanse with the wormwood/clove/ Black-Walnut /etc and then took one 8mg gel cap of Neem per day while taking a break from the normal cleansing. Is this right? And what should the dosage be? I just have so many things that I cycle in as needed it's hard to know how to incorporate something like this. Any advice is appreciated.
The first time I tried the Neem Seed Oil, I decided to add 5 drops to the Liver Flush ingredients as a spur of the moment thing. I've found that doing Liver Flushes the week before the Full Moon, and New Moon phases, has cleared stuff out of the liver so I can better hit parasites that had set up residence in my liver.
I was very surprised the next morning, to not have any stones come out--but instead I had floating, worm stuff (mucousy, stringy), and what looked like worm skin like I've gotten when I've killed Ascaris (they were one of the residents in my liver too).
I followed up with a coffee enema, and was very surprised to get the body of an ascaris! My liver sure didn't feel like it was "stone free", and I had a feeling that I really needed to do another liver flush, which I did the next night (Coke flush)....I was far from being "stone free"- what I'm sure the Neem killed in the mix the first night, must have been blocking my liver and plenty of big stones came out in the flush done the next night.
After that, I started using Neem in the "O" capsules- 10-15 drops, 2x a day. It's the Neem-Aura, wild crafted, cold pressed Neem Seed Oil that I got off of http://www.iherb.com
for around $7.00. :( it smells like burnt rubber to me, it stinks!
I rotate it, I'll use if for a few weeks and then not take it for a while before taking it again.
Neem is effective against candida/fungi too.
If you put in a search here on the forum for Neem, other people have talked about how it has worked for them for killing parasites.