Neem - The natural parasite killer

5 CommentsWednesday, 24 October 2018  |  Kate

Neem oil, the organic, pure stuff, is brilliant for repelling and clearing out fleas, ticks, mites, lice and flies. It will also sort out mange but make sure there isn't an underlying bacterial infection with mange, especially if it's been there a while. After you've checked use our Ekoneem neem oil twice daily or our Coconut and Neem shampoo every couple of days.

Why would I use Neem for parasites?

  • To clear out and repel fleas, ticks, mites and mange
  • If your dog reacts to conventional flea treatments
  • If you just don't like using them and want an alternative which actually works. Try our natural Billy No Mates dry mix or tincture instead
  • If your dog or cat doesn't like the taste of our natural flea treatment Billy No Mates
  • If your pet doesn't generally get fleas but you'd like to have something natural on hand which will fix a parasite problem as and when.

Should I use oil or shampoo?

Neem Oil

For parasite control, and bites or sore spots use Ekoneem, 100% neem oil (see diagram right.) You can use it anywhere except around the eyes or muzzle. Use our Skinny Cream for those places.

Our neem oil isn't mixed with anything else and is good to have a pot about the place (in the fridge) for first aid. Use it on dogs, horses, humans and cats (because it's a vegetable oil, not an essential oil, it's safe for cats) for:

  • Repelling parasites
  • Insect bites
  • Flea allergic dermatitis
  • Burns
  • Wet eczema
  • Sore, cracked skin and paws
  • Dry, flaky skin
  • Fungal skin problems

Neem Shampoo

Use one of our neem shampoos for:

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Ian Van Stone
Thursday, 2 July 2015  |  6:59

Do you have anything to combat ring worm? I have just taken on a rescue dog for fostering and could do with a bit of advice on this

Paula Griffin
Tuesday, 25 August 2015  |  14:17

Hi, can I use Ekoneem oil to treat harvest mites? I have the Ekoneem parasite spray bundle already so it would save me purchasing the shampoo.

Tuesday, 25 August 2015  |  14:18

Hi Paula

Definitely! It's there for just this type of critter.

Mrs Pat Topham
Monday, 1 February 2016  |  20:16

Can skinny spray and shampoo be used alongside advantix (as a belt and braces job) my dog is allergic to flea bites a one bite willstart him off biting and scratching himself for weeks.

Thursday, 4 February 2016  |  14:59

Hi Pat

Yes it can no problem. The spray will be particularly effective and if he gets a bite spray it on directly. That'll stop 'em!