The leaves of Azadirachta indica are used as a pot-herb, and are mixed with other vegetables in the preparation of soups and curries.
The fruits of Azadirachta indica are eaten fresh or cooked, or prepared as a dessert or lemonade-type drink.
The young twigs and flowers are occasionally consumed as vegetables.
- CABI - Invasive Species Compendium. Wallingford , UK (CAB International)
- Orwa C, A Mutua, Kindt R , Jamnadass R, S Anthony. 2009 Agroforestree Database: a tree reference and selection guide