Abaco Neem, Marsh Harbour

4.9
A certified organic farm, Abaco Neem produces over twenty health and beauty items for pets, family, and the garden. You can take tours to experience the benefits of walking in nature, hear the chirping of birds, and taste the flavors of the island. If you're looking for something special to buy for yourself or just need a nice gift for someone back home, consider candles, soaps, or a gift pack containing various items. Check the website for more information. Our Marsh Harbour online road trip planner makes visiting Abaco Neem and other Marsh Harbour attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • Recommend to stop in and learn about Neem. The soaps were really nice and great gifts to bring home.  more »
  • very friendly nice owners. they picked me up when i was walking with my propane tank once. it was very kind. the lady makes lovely products. the neem is organic. very much so. very good for...  more »
  • My husband and I visited the store and farm while in staying in the Abacos. Daphne, Nick, and their team were so gracious. They showed us their amazing farm and off-grid house. We learned so much...  more »
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  • Love this place and their products! Very kind and loving atmosphere. You can definitely tell they truly care about what they do. I will always be making a stop here during every vacation!
  • I’ve been using this product for 12years! I own a preschool center my immune system is strong due to this product. I use to get very ill and 4 allergy shots, allergy meds, and inhaler after taking this product my allergy dr released me after 6 months he was amazed!
  • The best Neem anywhere. 100% Organic. The owners are super friendly and helpful.
  • Abaco Neem Oil, specifically, as well as their other products, but especially the oil, is literally amazing. When we're in the Bahamas, I frequently am the cruisers' net anchor on the morning VHF radio, and do promotions for local businesses. I vetted my script (based on personal experience as well as their marketing materials) with them before using it. I had described it as a miracle drug (more later) but they cautioned that it is NOT a drug but rather a natural element and treated as a supplement. With that caveat, I have had personally astounding results with the oil, and have donated the few drops required (literally - a single drop goes a long way) to allow fellow cruisers to experience the healing and topical relief it provides. A few examples: I occasionally get topical dermatitis - locally inflamed and terribly itchy skin, particularly from things like poison ivy. In the Bahamas, there is a "poisonwood tree" - contact with that will raise a welt for most people. Sure enough, I got into some without realizing it, and it started spreading systemically - throughout my body via the bloodstream. The area directly affected was truly maddening - and the prescription steroidal cream I had did nothing to provide relief. A few drops, rubbed directly into the skin, within a single day, cleared it up entirely. No more welts, no more itching, and no other sites trying to spring up (systemically). It's also amazingly healing. In prepping our boat for hurricane Matthew last fall, I slipped on the wet deck and barked my shin dramatically. Here's a before and after picture of my wound, 4 days apart. It's since healed completely. It's proven similarly effective in instantly arresting hotspots on our geriatric long-haired chihuahua. Likewise, a capsule of the ground leaf extraction his dinner has stopped his itching overall Basically we have concluded that if it involves the skin, the oil is a curative. The owner's wife had discolorations on the order of birthmarks on her face, all of her adult life. You guessed it - gone in days. I could go on, but likely you'd be overwhelmed. It suffices to say that they have many other products derived from the neem tree; their website will tell you about them. It absorbs readily into your skin, leaving it supple, not greasy. For us, it's beyond amazing. The typical is either a 1/2 oz. or 1 oz. bottle, with a dropper. We felt strongly enough that we bought a 4-ounce bottle, normally used as a supply item for resellers to use in filling their bottles, and are still using that despite not having been back to Marsh Harbour (home of Abaco Neem) for well over a year - and that includes all the folks we've helped with our supply. Note that if it doesn't say "Abaco Neem" it's not - it's just some other neem product. I can't speak to those, but if the label has anything other than 100% pure neem in it, it's not going to work as well. We love it.

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