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8 hours ago, dallysingh101 said:

I remember they used these twigs quite a lot in India. I don't know what they were though?

neem de daatan , twigs of neem tree. Some people use miswak which gives off a reddish juice but too risky to splash on clothes of a morning

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25 minutes ago, dallysingh101 said:

I think it needs to be from a particular plant?

I noticed online there is a variety of woods used but yeah, whatever decorative plum variety I picked from off the uhh street didn't cut it. 

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2 hours ago, GurjantGnostic said:

I noticed online there is a variety of woods used but yeah, whatever decorative plum variety I picked from off the uhh street didn't cut it. 

It sounds like you need neem. I'm gonna look for it next time I'm in the Sri Lankan store. 

There's science behind it too. I think neem oil has antibacterial properties. So the trace amounts in the twigs are probably the active component?  

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23 minutes ago, dallysingh101 said:

It sounds like you need neem. I'm gonna look for it next time I'm in the Sri Lankan store. 

There's science behind it too. I think neem oil has antibacterial properties. So the trace amounts in the twigs are probably the active component?  

Neem is a well known Ayurvedic remedy and used in many cocktails. Plenty of info is available online.

 

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1 hour ago, dallysingh101 said:

It sounds like you need neem. I'm gonna look for it next time I'm in the Sri Lankan store. 

There's science behind it too. I think neem oil has antibacterial properties. So the trace amounts in the twigs are probably the active component?  

it is both antifungal and antibacterial in action  , latin name Azadirachta indica

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Does anyone have any suggestions of what to drink in the morning, to clear the digestive system and also loose weight well? I heard apple cider vinegar in the mornings 

 

Also anything for clearing skin or keeping skin refreshed/ ? 

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