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Buckmountain Parasite Dust
Buckmountain Parasite Dust


 
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The compound is formulated from Azadirachta indica, Achillea millefolium and diatom flour.

It acts in four ways to rid animals, garden and buildings of flies, fleas, lice, ticks, mites, spiders, beetles, ants and more. The neem tree contains a 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 is a repellent to many parasites and diatom flour desiccates many insects.

The combination of these processed herbs is a very effective external parasite dust which also presents disinfectant and healing properties to lesions and other irritations secondary to infestation. The dust rids mammals of parasites and a teaspoon or two on your window sash or sill eliminates flies, beatles and other bugs in home or office very effectively. It is safe for use in your garden as well.

The manner of application which has yielded success is to sprinkle the dust from head to tail along the spine and brush against the hair to bring the dust into contact with the skin. This should be done under dry conditions. One to two ounces is enough to dust a large herbivore (e.g. a horse). The dust should cover the saddle to midlateral.

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.

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Review of Buckmountain Parasite Dust September 3, 2017
Reviewer: Jim Marshall from Downingtown, PA United States  
Buckmountain Parasite Dust appears to be working well for my two cats. Need to complete the the program of dusting all the important areas for the maximum effect. So far, there is a noticeable improvement in number of fleas found.

All is positive for this (the first) infestation control results.

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Does not work September 1, 2017
Reviewer: Patrick from Northern Ca  
I applied this junk on my dog the fleas did not care they continued to bite him even  the next day they were alive and well, this powder is a farce, I contacted Carol for a refund , she won't give a refund if the package was opened I purchased this on Amazon $50- rip off, I guess she would give me a refund if I had not opened it, makes a lot of sense huh? Buyer beware!

Reply from Carol: Safe, Natural products sometimes take a little more time than harmful, chemical products.The powder takes time to work on the fleas' exoskeletons. It may not work immediately when applied, but within a day or two the fleas will die from exposure, e.g. the exoskeleton will be compromised.  Additionally, it will work to remove the eggs and larvae from the home when sprinkled on carpet, bedding, in between cracks and flooring. It can be left for days before it is vacuumed as the powder is very fine and is easily dusted into the furnishings or anywhere your pet has been in the home or outside.

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Buckmountain parasite dust April 1, 2017
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Chemsford, MA United States  
Great!

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Buckmountain Parasite Dust October 19, 2016
Reviewer: Robert Leasure from Fombell, PA United States  
Great for cats. They don't mind being rubbed with it!

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It works July 13, 2016
Reviewer: Linda Ballin from Rotonda west, FL United States  
I've used this before and ran out. My four year old Frenchie never had fleas until she spent a day at doggie day care. We're in Florida and fleas are rampant. I tried something else and she not only smelled like a hamster cage but she hated to be sprayed with it. I switched back to Buck Mountain Parasite Dust and the fleas are gone. The best part is she doesn't mind when I apply it.

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