Lavender Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia L.) with essential geranium oil (Pelargonium graveolens) and Neem oil (Melia azadirachta L.). It has been observed that all plants rich in essential oils have the ability to keep insects, lavender and geranium away, in particular, they spread to the air a essence of substances that are very pleasing to humans but strongly repellent to the insects. Neem oil has been known for centuries as a natural insecticide. It's a great repellent because insects do not endure it. Studies conducted by Ascher have shown that azadirachtin, a tetranortriterpene present in the seeds, acts on the sensory organs of insects by removing them from stimulation to appetite and contact cause gastrointestinal disorders. Ascher's research has also highlighted that the limonoid substances contained in Neem's oil act on the hormone system of insects, causing it to stop growth and high mortality, particularly to damage the larvae. Neem's phyto-complexes are also attributed to antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties. Polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fatty acids present in high concentrations of Neem oil have healing action on epithelial tissues since they seem to be able to regenerate the cell membranes of which they are essential constituents.
MODE OF USE:
shake well before use. Spraying from a distance of 30 centimeters from the horse especially in areas most subject to insect sting (maneuvers, dawn, paws and back), preferably at the peak hours of Culicoides. Avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes