Diatomaceous earth (DE) is an ancient secret for providing comfort and protection during flea and tick season. DE isn't harmless to humans, mammals, birds and reptiles, but it does make life miserable for insects, like fleas, ticks and mosquitoes.
Not a pesticide, food-grade diatomaceous earth is listed as “generally regarded as safe” (GRAS) by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and it is classified as a safe substance for household use under the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act.
Diatomaceous earth can be drying by itself, so to increase its suitability to use around your pet, we’ve added Organic Neem Leaf Powder to our Diatomaceous Earth with Neem. In this synergistic blend, Organic Neem Leaf enhances the actions of food-grade Diatomaceous Earth while helping to protect your pet from excess dry skin.
Not only is neem leaf powder moisturizing and soothing, it too is an excellent insect and pest repellent. The proof is in the longevity of the tree itself – the neem tree (Azadirachta indica) has existed for thousands of years because of its protective properties against insects.
As part of our complete flea and tick repellent system, we recommend using Diatomaceous Earth with Neem with our other flea and tick products. This unique blend plays an important role in making your pet’s environment unwelcome territory for pests. Diatomaceous Earth with Neem can be used multiple ways:
Apply directly to your cat’s or dog’s coat and skin (avoid eyes).
Sprinkle it on your pet’s bedding and anywhere he likes to spend his time, including furniture and carpets.
Use along walls and in crevices between appliances.
Sprinkle it outdoors to help chase away annoying, biting bugs.
Mix into your garden to help aerate soil and provide vital soil nutrients.
Diatomaceous Earth with Neem can help your pet feel more comfortable during flea and tick season, so be prepared, and order your supply today.
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Due to import restrictions, we are unable to ship this product to Washington state.