Organic Neem Oil - 2 ounce bottle - GO1033

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For centuries the Neem tree has been used for medicinal & agricultural purposes.

Sometimes called the "village pharmacy" because of its multitude of uses.

This neem oil has been carefully cold-pressed by hand from neem kernels grown on a family owned farm in Kauai, Hawaii.

For People, Pets, and Livestock:

Useful for such ailments as: athletes foot, acne, nail fungus, poison oak, skin infections, rashes, yeast infections, insect bites, eczema, warts & much more!

Apply neem oil liberally on affected area, one or more times daily as needed. For best results wash with Naturally Neem Soap or add a tablespoon of Organic Neem Oil to 4 oz. of shampoo.

For Agricultural Uses:

Mix 1 oz. of Organic Neem Oil with 1 gal. of luke-warm water. Emulsify with 1 tsp. of Naturally Neem Soap or dish soap until thoroughly mixed. Shake well and use within 8 hours. Apply as a foliar spray every 3 - 5 days or as needed.

Avoid temperatures above 100° F. Product may solidify at cooler temperatures.

Neem oil is intended for external use only. If irritation occurs discontinue use. This product is not intended to treat, cure, or diagnose any disease. The statements made about the product have not been approved by the FDA.

  • Item Model Number: GO1033
  • Shipping Dimensions: 4.5 x 1.5 x 1.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.25 pounds

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Neem oil and soap

We are in love with this stuff. For our garden, our emergency kit, the shower, want a spotless sink and tub us the soap.

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