FOR FLEA, TICK AND PARASITE CONTROL ON PETS
3 oz in plastic jar
It is really hard to find a natural flea remedy for cats, where you can be sure it will not harm your cats. Most of the natural flea remedies uses essential oils as ingredients. These oils work wonderful in repelling and defending fleas but unfortunately essential oils and cats don't fit. Essential oils can be toxic to cats, whether taken internally, applied to the skin, or simply inhaled.
But finaly I found the right product what is natural and nontoxic to your cat and your dog too of course. Diatomaceous Earth for Flea and Tick Control on pets. And not only that, it is also very effective against any type of worms, lice, mites and other pests.
Diatomaceous earth is a geological deposit made up of the fossilized skeletons and tests of siliceous marine and fresh water organisms, particularly diatoms and other algae. These skeletons are made of hydrated amorphous silica or opal. When crushed, they break up into tiny pieces of glass'' (so tiny that the material feels like talcum powder). This is easily picked up by the hairy bodies of most Insects. Whereupon it scratches through their protective wax layers; and they also absorb some of this material, the result being that the insects lose water rapidly, dry up and die. Further protection is provided by the powder's property of repelling many insects. A similar principle probably accounts for the fact that birds frequently take dust baths, presumably to rid themselves of parasites.
As pets get older, they also get sore joints. With Diatomaceous Earth in their diet they will feel better. Also apply to moist kennel areas to reduce odors, dry the area, and prevent pest breeding. Deodorizing and absorption are natural functions of Diatomaceous Earth, so add to kitty litter to absorb odors and keep the litter box drier.
How to use Diatomaceous Earth for Flea and Tick Control:
Dusting Diatomaceous Earth for Flea and Tick Control on the coats of cats and dogs for flea, tick and lice control
This is how you use Diatomaceous Earth Flea & Tick Control the most effective way to eliminate fleas and ticks:
Take your dog or cat in the bathroom and set it in the tub. Sprinkle the diatomaceous earth all over its fur to take care of any fleas and ticks that may be on it. Repeat these steps every seven days for a total of three weeks. Your fleas and ticks will be completely eradicated by then. Fleas and ticks will die within 72 hours of the diatomaceous earth application, but the flea eggs that were laid won't hatch until one week later. They must be killed with the diatomaceous earth in order to prevent them from laying more eggs. After three weeks, you should have been able to kill any fleas that hatched..
Adding Diatomaceous Earth for Flea and Tick Control to food each day for worm and parasite control
Adding Diatomaceous Earth for Flea and Tick Control to food for joint, skin and hair coat health
Applying to moist kennel areas for pest and odor control
If you add Diatomaceous Earth for Flea and Tick Control to food use the following suggested dosage:
•Large Cats - 1 teaspoon
•Kittens - 1/4 teaspoon
•Dogs 100 lbs + - 1-2 tablespoons
•Dogs 50 - 100lbs - 1 tablespoon
•Dogs Under 50 lbs - 1 teaspoon
•Mini dogs - 1/2 teaspoon
Diatomaceous Earth for Flea and Tick Control is totally organic and safe. It is taken from fresh water deposits and is the purest form available. Diatomaceous Earth is mother nature's product with no harm to the environment, pets or to people.