On this page you find some more neem leaf recipes.
Making your own neem leaf extract is simple.
All you need is a supply of fresh neem leaves, fresh water, and something to filter your brew.
If you want to make neem leaf extract to use for spraying in the garden you can soak the neem leaves for up to a week. It makes the extract more effective, but phew, it smells foul!
If you want to use it elsewhere, for example add it to your bath water for skin protection etc., then you want to strain it before it starts smelling. You can keep neem leaf extract in a dark bottle in the fridge for several days. However, depending on the use it's much safer to make it fresh.
To quickly make a small amount of neem leaf extract to add to the bath water just make a strong cup of tea from fresh or dried neem leaves.
To make a neem eye wash to use for itchy, red eyes, conjunctivitis etc. boil ten fresh and clean neem leaves in a liter of water for ten minutes, along with some cotton (to absorb impurities).
The same mix can be used as a gargle to treat a sore throat, or as a mouth wash to treat gum disease and prevent tooth decay.
Boil neem leaves in water for a few minutes. Use the same amount you would use for strong cup of tea. Strain, let it cool down, and use it as an antibacterial face wash several times a day. Beneficial to treat acne and pimples.