BITREEN® – The 1st and Standardised Neem Extract

In modern living, we are exposed to toxic chemicals and pollutants.
Revising the popular saying that “You are what you eat” or “You are what you think”, some nutritionists say, “You are what you don’t eliminate”. When your body holds onto unhealthy residues, it cannot operate at peak efficiency.
Start you annual detox programme with BITREEN® – the first standardised neem extract in Malaysia. It helps to cleanse our system gently and naturally from within and enhance our liver to work better.


Standardised Neem Extract

Contains standardised neem extract (Azadirachta indica) which provides 3% of total bitters that is equivalent to a medium size of bitter gourd.

Traditionally Used for Blood Purification & Detoxification

In Ayurveda (the Indian science of traditional healing), your liver is an alkaline and bitter organ. Natural bitters enhance liver function and that is why we are advised to eat bitter food every day.

Remove our toxins Gently, Naturally, Easily

Helps to cleanse our system gently and naturally from within, and enhances the conversion and elimination of toxins by liver.

Healing Crisis – Positive results of detoxification

When doing any detoxification program, it is important to note some of the known ‘Healing Crisis’. A successful program leads to release of toxins and you may notice an initial worsening symptom. It is called a ‘Healing Crisis’.
Within one to two weeks of taking BITREEN®, you will notice the following signs…


PACK SIZES 2 pack sizes: 90s, 180s (Specially packed in amber glass bottle with an outer box)
FORM Vegetable capsule
DIRECTION FOR USE Adults: Take 1 capsule three times daily, after meals, or as necessary.


Each 460mg capsule contains:

Azadirachta indica extract (leaves) 100mg


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