Write more, thats all I have to say. Literally, it seems as though you relied on the video to make your point. You clearly know what youre talking about, why throw away your intelligence on just posting videos to your site when you could be giving us something informative to read? But, what about the conclusion? Are you sure about the source?
Thailand | SpringerLink
The neem tree, Azadirachta indica , also known as the Indian Lilac, is well known for its oil extracted from its seed and fruit. It has been used in traditional medicine but has also been investigated for the pest control potential of natural products. Work published in the International Journal of Renewable Energy Technology , reports on the production, characterisation and utilisation of neem biodiesel as a green fuel for vehicle engines. The neem biodiesel is of a higher viscosity and density than conventional diesel derived from petroleum oil. It also has a slightly lower energy density, or calorific value. However, neem biodiesel blended with up to 20 percent by volume of petrochemical diesel results in a product with a very similar viscosity to conventional diesel, making it more viable for use in compression ignition engines.
ANSWER to Unanswered Prayer
Each day, millions pray. In China, Japan, Southeast Asia, prayers are recited in Buddhist temples, Shintoist pagodas; prayer wheels turn in dozens of Nepalese streams. What happens to all those prayers? Where do they go? Does anyone hear them?
The Raw Till 4 diet is vegan, and includes a lot of raw foods, but for many, even those who were once dedicated followers, that's where the good points end. RT4 has come under increasing fire in the last year or two, not just from frustrated fans who haven't gotten the results they were promised, but from prominent health experts like Dr Gregor who, with a confused look, questioned the science of only eating raw before 4. But let's be clear about this: Raw Till 4 is a diet fad by definition, because it recommends an unsustainable for the majority way of eating that isn't supported by science.