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Natural Flea Control Essentials Oil Blend

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Natural flea control 100% essential oil blend, made up of rosemary, lavender, clove, neem, peppermint, tea tree, and citronella.

Make a natural flea repellent by adding twenty drops of the natural flea control essential oil blend to 100ml of distilled or pre boiled water and shaking well.

Use a spray bottle to apply the solution to your dog’s coat every day. (Do not use this on cats―they are too sensitive to essential oils.)

COMES WITH SPRAY BOTTLE

FLEA ACTION PLAN FOR RIDDING YOUR ANIMAL COMPANIONS OF FLEAS

Here is a solid 8-point action plan for ridding your animal companions of fleas (you probably won’t need to take all 8 actions, but the more you do, the more successful your flea-elimination program will be―just see what works for you):

1. Purchase a good flea comb and use it every day to remove adult fleas from your animals’ coats. This will provide instant relief as well as helping you keep tabs on the flea population.

2. Bathe your animals with a gentle shampoo containing calendula, oatmeal, or aloe once every week or two. Throw their bedding into the washer while you’re at it.

3. Vacuum your house as frequently as possible and stow the vacuum bag inside a plastic bag in your freezer to kill any fleas or flea eggs that you happened to vacuum up.

4. Give your animals a B-complex vitamin supplement every day to boost the health of their coat. Brewers Yeast link below.

What is Brewer’s Yeast?
Brewer’s yeast is made from a type of fungus called Saccharomyces cerevisiae and its primary use is in making beer. This type of yeast is also rich in nutrients, so it can be used as a nutritional supplement as well. Brewer’s yeast contains chromium, selenium, protein, and a number of B-complex vitamins. Brewer’s yeast for dogs can be taken in powder form and mixed into the food.
Because it is rich in a variety of nutrients, brewer’s yeast has several health benefits for dogs. One of the most notable benefits is related to the chromium content found in brewer’s yeast. Chromium is a trace element that helps to maintain blood sugar levels in the body. Brewer’s yeast is also rich in antioxidants which can make your dog’s skin healthier and his coat shinier. If your dog tends to suffer from itchy, dry skin, brewer’s yeast may be helpful. This supplement can also help to reduce stress and to calm nerves due to its high concentration of B-complex vitamins. Another benefit of brewer’s yeast is that, if your pet receives daily supplements of brewer’s yeast, it may help to repel biting insects like ticks and fleas.
https://www.herbsonlineshop.com/product/brewers-yeast/

5. Make a natural flea repellent by adding twenty drops of the natural flea control essential oil blend, made up of rosemary, lavender, clove, neem, peppermint, tea tree, and citronella. Add to 100ml of distilled or pre boiled water and shaking well. Use a spray bottle to apply the solution to your dog’s coat every day. (Do not use this on cats―they are too sensitive to essential oils.)

6. Black walnut extract is a good flea repellent for dogs―adjust the dosage by bodyweight and give several times a week.
https://www.herbsonlineshop.com/product/black-walnut/

7. Diatomaceous earth, which consists of fossilized algae, will kill fleas by causing them to dehydrate.
https://www.herbsonlineshop.com/?s=diatamacous
Be careful to use the non chemical type (not the one used for swimming pools) link above.
Spread diatomaceous earth on your carpets and hardwood flooring and leave it down as long as possible, then vacuum it up along with the dead fleas.

8. Your yard can also be treated for fleas. Keep your grass cut short and try dousing it with beneficial nematodes―these are roundworms who are more than happy to dine on flea larvae. You can purchase them online.

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Natural flea control 100% essential oil blend, made up of rosemary, lavender, clove, neem, peppermint, tea tree, and citronella.

Make a natural flea repellent by adding twenty drops of the natural flea control essential oil blend to 100ml of distilled or pre boiled water and shaking well.

Use a spray bottle to apply the solution to your dog’s coat every day. (Do not use this on cats―they are too sensitive to essential oils.)

COMES WITH SPRAY BOTTLE

FLEA ACTION PLAN FOR RIDDING YOUR ANIMAL COMPANIONS OF FLEAS

Here is a solid 8-point action plan for ridding your animal companions of fleas (you probably won’t need to take all 8 actions, but the more you do, the more successful your flea-elimination program will be―just see what works for you):

1. Purchase a good flea comb and use it every day to remove adult fleas from your animals’ coats. This will provide instant relief as well as helping you keep tabs on the flea population.

2. Bathe your animals with a gentle shampoo containing calendula, oatmeal, or aloe once every week or two. Throw their bedding into the washer while you’re at it.

3. Vacuum your house as frequently as possible and stow the vacuum bag inside a plastic bag in your freezer to kill any fleas or flea eggs that you happened to vacuum up.

4. Give your animals a B-complex vitamin supplement every day to boost the health of their coat. Brewers Yeast link below.

What is Brewer’s Yeast?
Brewer’s yeast is made from a type of fungus called Saccharomyces cerevisiae and its primary use is in making beer. This type of yeast is also rich in nutrients, so it can be used as a nutritional supplement as well. Brewer’s yeast contains chromium, selenium, protein, and a number of B-complex vitamins. Brewer’s yeast for dogs can be taken in powder form and mixed into the food.
Because it is rich in a variety of nutrients, brewer’s yeast has several health benefits for dogs. One of the most notable benefits is related to the chromium content found in brewer’s yeast. Chromium is a trace element that helps to maintain blood sugar levels in the body. Brewer’s yeast is also rich in antioxidants which can make your dog’s skin healthier and his coat shinier. If your dog tends to suffer from itchy, dry skin, brewer’s yeast may be helpful. This supplement can also help to reduce stress and to calm nerves due to its high concentration of B-complex vitamins. Another benefit of brewer’s yeast is that, if your pet receives daily supplements of brewer’s yeast, it may help to repel biting insects like ticks and fleas.
https://www.herbsonlineshop.com/product/brewers-yeast/

5. Make a natural flea repellent by adding twenty drops of the natural flea control essential oil blend, made up of rosemary, lavender, clove, neem, peppermint, tea tree, and citronella. Add to 100ml of distilled or pre boiled water and shaking well. Use a spray bottle to apply the solution to your dog’s coat every day. (Do not use this on cats―they are too sensitive to essential oils.)

6. Black walnut extract is a good flea repellent for dogs―adjust the dosage by bodyweight and give several times a week.
https://www.herbsonlineshop.com/product/black-walnut/

7. Diatomaceous earth, which consists of fossilized algae, will kill fleas by causing them to dehydrate.
https://www.herbsonlineshop.com/?s=diatamacous
Be careful to use the non chemical type (not the one used for swimming pools) link above.
Spread diatomaceous earth on your carpets and hardwood flooring and leave it down as long as possible, then vacuum it up along with the dead fleas.

8. Your yard can also be treated for fleas. Keep your grass cut short and try dousing it with beneficial nematodes―these are roundworms who are more than happy to dine on flea larvae. You can purchase them online.

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