Neem Oil, cold-pressed, 1 l
High-quality Neem oil gently cold pressed from the seeds of the Neem tree
For humans & animals, garden and household.
In the garden, on the balcony and in your home, neem oil helps plants to regain their natural balance when they are infested by pests, for example. The substance Azadirachtin is approved for organic farming in Germany.
In the countries of Asia, Africa and Latin America, Neem is traditionally used against parasites in domestic animals such as ticks, lice, fleas or intestinal parasites. In agriculture and horticulture it is the universal plant-strengthening and disease-repellent effect of Neem that many cultures use. For example, Indian farmers use ground Neem seeds or Neem press cakes not only to enrich the soil, but also to expel and ward off insect pests such as caterpillars, beetle larvae, grasshoppers, cicadas, leaf miners, aphids and bugs
The best way to do this is to use neem oil in a spray solution with water and an emulsifier that ensures that the oil and water mix. Mix one litre of water with 5 ml neem oil and 1 ml rimulgan and pour into a spray bottle. You can support the effect by adding further essential oils (tea tree, lavender).
Neem oil also has a disinfecting and wound healing effect and can be applied externally to humans, animals and in housekeeping.
Neem oil has a viscous consistency and solidifies slowly at temperatures below 21°C.
Neem oil has an irritating effect on the mucous membranes and in case of eye contact it must be rinsed immediately with plenty of water. Neem oil is toxic for cats.