|Product Dimensions||11.43 x 3.81 x 13.97 cm; 408 Grams|
Verdana USDA Organic Cold Pressed Neem Oil 16 Fl. Oz - Non GMO Certified - Unrefined - High Azadirachtin Content - 100% Neem Oil, Nothing Added or Removed - Leafshine, Pet Care, Skin Care, Hair Care
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- Pure, Cold-pressed, USDA Organic, Non-GMO, completely natural, totally free of chemicals. 100% High Quality Neem oil, nothing added or removed. Please see Description for organic status.
- Neem oil is very effective as indoor/ outdoor plant leaf-shine. Readily bio-degradable and does not leave harsh residues behind.
- Safe for pets and very effective for pet skin care.
- Great ingredient for Skin Care, Hair Care products and DIY Cosmetic projects.
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Organic Azadirachta Indica (Neem) Oil
Plant Leaf shine Spray– Mix 1 fluid ounce per gallon of water along with an equal amount of mild detergent or soap. Do not overspray. Mix will breakdown in storage. Cosmetic Use– Add to your favorite Lotion, Cream or Shampoo. Start with a few drops and increase to suit preference. Pet Use– Make a spray as above and use. Or, add to pet shampoo in the ratio of 1 to 20. For external use only. Avoid getting into eyes. Keep away from children.
INCI Name: Organic Azadirachta Indica (Neem) Oil. Verdana Organic Cold-pressed High Quality Neem oil is 100% Neem oil with nothing added and nothing removed. It is totally Non-GMO certified and is chemical-free. Neem oi has been used in Ayurveda for centuries for various purposes. It is very safe to humans, pets, bees, birds etc., and so can be used both indoor and outdoor. It easily bio-degrades and does not leave harsh residues behind. Neem oil spray is safe for pets while being effective for pet skin issues. For humans too, Neem oil is a great ingredient for skin and hair products. It is usually mixed with other ingredients and used due to its strong garlicky smell. Please see product label for information and directions on how to use Neem oil. (Buyers are responsible to take adequate precautions and conduct their own tests to confirm suitability of this product for the intended use including regulatory requirements).
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I bought this because I rescued a ficus from the garbage and brought it inside only to discover it was absolutely COVERED in spider mites. I've never seen mites before so this was a real eye opener. I pruned the heck out of it and sprayed it with a dish soap mixture. The mites were still there. Worse yet, they had spread to my other plants.
Neem oil saved the day! I used an old milk jug and filled it with water, then added 6 teaspoons of Palmolive original and 6 teaspoons of neem oil. I was careful to shake the jug every time I filled they sprayer because it separates quickly.
I sprayed the heck out of all of my plants, including a 60 year old cactus that was my grandmother's. All are fine! No burns! No damage! No mites!
I've read that neem works as a preventative too because it coats the leaves. If more mites show up, I am confident that they will die upon eating any of my plants! Yay! For neem oil!!!!!!!
If you are dealing with mites that seem resistant to neem oil, check the azadirachtin content of the product you're using (it may not be on the label). Higher azadirachtin levels (2000+ ppm) may be what you need.
I was dealing with mites that treated other neem products like they were a snack. I tried this product and it worked within days. Note: anything labeled as "hydrophobic extract" will have little or no azadirachtin in it - it's the oily residue left after the azadirachtin is removed. It will work for other uses, but not for anything that needs the azadirachtin.
PS, it is hard to effectively smother mites because they are so small. Neem oil with azadirachtin is much likelier to work.
This neem oil arrived as a liquid. And it's remained a liquid. Even when my other bottle of neem solidifies, this remains liquid. Left out in 55F for hours, no part of this oil formed into a solid. It's also much less pungent than real neem oil. Real neem has a very strong odor similar to garlic.
Someone else called this peanut oil, and I'd have to agree that it seems very similar. My guess would be a mixture of peanut oil and neem, though i certainly hope not since that could be extremely dangerous for people with peanut allergies.
So I don't know what this is, but I DO NOT BELIEVE that this is 100% neem. I contacted the seller days ago but they did not respond until after I posted my review, at which point they sent me an email stating: "you are required to provide facts based on science to show that our product is not Neem oil within 7 days from now or you should remove all the reviews you have left in multiple places to that effect. If this is not done, you will hear from our attorney."
I may contact the USDA and my state dept. of food and agriculture, as just recently one state tested several products advertised as neem and safe for organic gardening and the test results showed the products actually contained several unlisted pesticides (in addition to that which naturally occurs in neem oil). This product is advertised as safe for skin and hair, but I DO NOT BELIEVE that what I received is the product advertised, so now I'm worried about what I put on my skin and my food crops. If necessary, I may pay out of pocket for independent lab testing.