The Neem vegetable cold pressed oil...
The Neem vegetable cold pressed oil has been used for ages in the traditional Indian culture as a natural solution against fungi and insects of plants. Nontoxic for human beings, plants and animals, it is efficient against insects, cryptogams and mosquitos, and it is a good repellent. Its use permits the double advantage of keeping parasites and mosquitos distant, without undesirable side effects.
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Neem oil is pulled out from the Azadirachta Indica, cultivated in tropical and sub-tropical areas of Asia, Africa, America (central and southern America), Middle East, Australia and Oceania. It's an 'evergreen' that can grow up until 25 metres, live until 300 years and it produces yellowish fruits with one or more seeds in a hard kernel, from which the oil is pulled out. This plant belongs to the Meliaceae family, known all over the world for its extraordinary characteristics and its multiple uses. In the seeds there is the most part of varieties and substances, even if in the other parts of the plants (leaves, cortex, wood, roots, fruit pulp, flowers), there are some substances that have treatment effects.
Its content based on vitamin E and essential fatty acids makes it suitable for preventive and revitalizing treatments in case of parasite infections.
HOW TO USE (quantity for 10 litres of water):
Against insect infections: soft potassium soap with lemongrass 80 g + pure neem oil 30 g.
To eliminate fungal infections, use soft potassium soap with bicarbonate or sulphur instead of the soft potassium soap with lemongrass.
Sprayed in the stagnant water (flower pot saucers, flower pots, gutters, little sediments etc.), it prevents mosquito larvae reaching their complete development.
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