Why is Neem a Super Hero?

Neem has been used for centuries in Indian medicine to treat multiple ailments of the body internal and external. It is a star in many ayurvedic treatments from being used to treat fever, skin infections and for dental care. So why is neem a super hero? Photo by Ghulam Khairul Bashar on Pexels.com Neem is…

Why is Neem a Super Hero? — Moksha

Sharing this new post from my other blog. Hope you enjoy reading about the benefits of Neem! 🙂

PS: Please give me ideas about how market my website better!

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  1. “Neem” is surely a superhero. So many uses & loads of health benefits.
    I was 9 when I used to go for a morning walk with my father & we used “neem ki datun” to brush our teeth.
    This morning part is still on going but only at weekends now.

    1)-Affiliate marketing is currently at the top. Ask your nearest friends to attach your website at their blog or social profile.
    2)-If you’re in contact with any person with decent modeling career, ask them to promote.
    3)- There are various pages on Instagram with huge no of followers. Contact there admin & they’ll post your website link in stories or via post. (Fee is affordable)
    4- User login & signup will be an excellent feature for your website.

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    1. Happy Panda says:

      Thank you so much for sharing those ideas.

      1. I have started asking friends to share my website on their blogs. Also planning a proper affiliate program – to give discount codes to nano bloggers and see the response. What do you think?
      2. Don’t know anyone 😦
      3. I was considering this – I just don’t know of any bloggers that promote sustainability in India.
      4. Yesss- I will add that! It is an auto feature – which I had disabled because I thought no one would want to sign up – but I’ll enable it.

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      1. Affiliate program seems fair deal for good response.
        Signup will help for sure.

        Best wishes.

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  2. https://tamarakulish.com/ says:

    Really cool to know! Thanks for sharing this information!!

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    1. Happy Panda says:

      Thanks for reading and supporting, always! ❤

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      1. https://tamarakulish.com/ says:

        My pleasure!!

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  3. akshita1776 says:

    niicee post!
    Have you ever eaten like fried neem leaves?

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    1. Happy Panda says:

      Nooo. Have you? I’ve never heard of eating fried neem leaves before.

      I used to boil neem leaves and drink the water in the morning and then use the residue leaves to make a body scrub.

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      1. akshita1776 says:

        I have eaten fried neem leaves and they are really realllly bitter but good for the body

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