Buck Mountain Botanicals Parasite Dust helps to safely offer protection for dogs and cats against biting insect pests and parasites. Our customers have had outstanding success with this product. Try this natural parasite dust and put the power of nature to work for you while helping your animal avoid exposure to potentially dangerous chemicals found in topical pesticide products.
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Buck Mountain Botanicals Organic Parasite Dust acts in four ways to assist animals in their dealings with biting insects and parasites and to help rid buildings of flies, fleas, lice, ticks, mites, spiders, beetles, ants and more.
The neem tree contains a natural chemical, azadirachtin. It is an active insecticide, a repellent and a potent-antifeedant and ecdysis inhibitory compound. Neem herb has found broad use as a wound healing agent and has reported antimicrobial properties
Yarrow acts as a repellent to many insects and parasites
Diatom flour desiccates (dehydrates) many insects
The combination of these ingredients is a very effective external parasite dust which also presents disinfectant and healing properties to skin infections, lesions and other irritations secondary to infestation
Buck Mountain Botanicals Organic Parasite Dust Details
Available in 3 oz and 8 oz shaker bottles.
Organic Parasite Dust Ingredients
Organic Neem (Azadirachta indica), Yarrow (Achillea millefolium) and diatom flour.
How to use Organic Parasite Dust
Buck Mountain Botanicals Organic Parasite Dust rids mammals of parasites and a teaspoon or two on your window sash or sill eliminates flies, beetles and other bugs in home or office very effectively. It is safe for use in your garden as well.
The current manner of application which has yielded success is to sprinkle the dust from head to tail along the animal's spine and brush against the hair to bring the dust into contact with the skin. This should be done under dry conditions.
The only difficult parasite encountered thus far are engorged ticks. Even engorged ticks have disappeared by the next day post dusting.
The ingredients singly are nonmutagenic and nontoxic to mammals, fish and birds. It is expected that in compound they also are harmless in the form and concentration in this product. There have been no adverse events reported to date.