9 mosts effectives Holistic solutions to get rid of flea

Posted by Francois Gauthier on

1-Coconut Oil

Buy extra-virgin coconut oil.

Since your dog will be ingesting the oil, choose the highest quality coconut oil you can find. If possible, purchase organic oil. Avoid buying refined, bleached, and deodorized (RBD) coconut oil because the processing destroys nutrients. You can find high-quality coconut oil at grocery stores, pharmacies, and natural food stores.

 

 

To get rid of fleas the oil of coconut is an oil so viscous that it infiltrates everywhere, it infiltrates in the lungs of these little critters that drown for lack of oxygen and dies. Begin the application by the head to back side to tail under tail, to coat the hair of your pet, to comb it to lift the excess oil, to put an old t-shirt or a towel will help protected your furniture around. Leave to stand for 30 minutes; than wash with a organic shampoo.

Excellent moisturizer, coconut oil will leave the soft soft soft hair, treat dry skin and itchiness. do not leave the greasy hair after a good shampoo!

coconut oil is an excellent alternative to killing fleas on furry friend but it does not protect the environment, so you should clean regularly with black soap and borax.

 

 

 

2-Diatomaceous Earth

AAA Food Grade for Humain

 

 

Diatomaceous Earth is a naturally occurring fresh water sediment, (also known as DE, Diatomite, or Kieselgur) composed of microscopic remains (shells) of prehistoric diatoms; the most common form of phytoplankton. It has a soft and smooth texture when crushed and ground to a very fine and off-white powder. Some industrial grades can be harmful to people and pets for handling and consumption, that's why you have to buy Food Grade Diatomaceous Earth.

Diatomaceous Earth is a 100% natural and very effective anti-flea remedy that protects our dogs, cats and other pets while preserving the environment and their health. Safe on puppy and cat you just have to spread it on the pet coat. How Diatomaceous Earth Can Kill Fleas and Ticks? Fleas and ticks that have a soft exoskeleton are very sensitive to the sharp edges of fossilized diatoms. The silica chips shear and pierce the waxy exoskeleton of fleas and larvae causing their dehydration and then their death.!

Diatomaceous earth is harmless if ingested to treat intestinal worm problems but should not be inhaled. Yes its also a good natural de-Wormer!

 

 

3-Essential Oil

 

 

Such as: Lavender, Tea tree, Eucalyptus, Geranium, Citronella, Basil

 

Essential oils* are very concentrated volatile compounds of the plant obtained by distillation. Some oils possess the property of repelling even kill insects & parasites. Personally, I do not advise the self-use of essential oils, these are very powerful molecules that, poorly dosed can do more harm than good. Many cases of poisoning, liver issue, kidneys issue and burns are reported to veterinarians for questionable receipts found on the net. On the other hand, there are some specialized products based on essential oil for pets very well dosed by professionals like our famous lotion the Parasite

 

Female pregnant, Baby under 4 and cat must avoid essential oil*

 

 

4-Sulfur

 

 

Sulfur acts by the action of its vapor. Fungicide, Arcaricide, insecticide; The repellent effectiveness of a sulfur application is about one week. It is also recommended for questions regarding mites, hot spot, parasite & scabies or skin problems due to seborrhea or fungal infections. Similarly, sulfur shampoos and powders are used in veterinary aromatherapy for mange mites or lice / fleas. Use by our grandmother to keep fleas away from the garden. AnimaSoin Bio has taken over some ancestral recipes to reclaim the power of the shade of shampoo with its famous Sulfur Shampoo insecticid '' The Parasites '' that you can even use to wash your pets safely as well as your floors.

 

 

 

5-Vegetable oil such as Neem oil

 

 

The Neem (Azadirachta indica),

is a tree native to India belonging to the family Meliaceae.

A wonderful insecticide
100% natural, harmless to humans and animals,
active against more than 200 insects (even locusts
: grasshoppers, etc.), mites, nematodes, fungi and bacteria. Its active ingredients (azadirachtin etc.) act by producing disorders in the feeding of the insect and intervening
its hormonal cycle, causing malformations in the moulting process, preventing its normal development and growth. Its effect is also repellent, in pipette it lasts about 3 weeks. You can use 1 to 2 oz of organic Neem oil per 250ml or 10 to 20% of Neem per shampoo is amply effective to kill an infestation and eggs! Neem is safe for the cat! However, it is possible that you have to shampoo at 3 weeks in prevention or use the pipette in the neck and along the spine to the base of the tail. Keep away from light

Click here to see ur Neem Shampoo

 

 

 

6-Apple Cider Vinegar

 

 

Apple Cider Vinegar

I prefer apple vinegar only because its pH of 7 is balanced compared to the vinegar of white table whose ph is closer to 5 which is a much more acid choice which risks to damage the natural barrier of the skin of your apple vinegar only because its pH of 7 is balanced compared to the vinegar of white table whose ph is closer to 5 which is a much more acid choice which risks to damage the natural barrier of the skin of your animal. Choose a quality organic cider vinegar with the mother of vinegar inside. Mix 60% distilled water / 40% apple cider vinegar for an effective repellent spray. The malic acid contained in the apple cider dissolves the glue of the nits and eggs. Cider kills fleas but not eggs, I recommend for the first week to start with a vinegar rinse, a 15 minute break and an organic shampoo to remove dead bodies and prevent a skin infection, to finish with an apple cider spray as future deterrent. The cider is excellent but evaporates quickly better worth to put back regularly. Apple cider vinegar is also effective to fight agains skin infection and bad breath! Cat safe !

 

 

 

 

7-Grapefruit Extract (GSE)

 

 

Grapefruit extract has many properties, researchers at the University of Georgia have found that GSE is an antiviral, antifungal, antibiotic, detox and antiparasitic agent effective against many viral and bacterial infections; more than 800 different types, including E. coli. GSE is also effective in the treatment of Giardia, otitis and superficial pyoderma (skin infections). it is sufficient to mix 60 to 80 drops in 1 L of water, this mixture is used in spraying to fight agains fleas, mite & Parasite. It is also effective against hoof diseases in wet season for horses, cows and sheep among others. Cat safe!

 

8-Flower Hydrolate

Lavender &/or Fresh Mint

 

 

 

 Hydrolat is the byproduct of distilling plants to obtain essential oils. Cats and dogs can endure them without problem, there is no toxicity. The properties of hydrolates are quite similar to those of oils essential, less concentrated, they are much easier to use: no risk of it hurting. Hydrolat has the same properties as essential oils, but softer. Lavender, mint, chamomile, geranium, rosemary, and even basil eucalyptus hydrolate should be used. Simply spray the hydrolat or blend a few times a week on the coat. AnimaSoinBio Canada offers lavender and mint hydrolate for this purpose.


 

9-Epsom salt ( magnesium sulfate) or / & Baking soda ( sodium bicarbonate )

 

 

Yes, you can get rid of fleas with salt! The salt acts as a dehydration agent, parasite will eat it and it will dries out the fleas bodies . Have a spray bottle or give them a epsom salt bath. Epsom salt is also good for calm down itchy issue, accelerate skin healing of minor injury and scratch. Salts is absorbed through the skin also work to relieve muscle tension, pain, and inflammation in joints. 

 


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