Cedar Oil INDOOR & OUTDOOR Pest Control Kit Treats Yard, Home, Pets & More
Protects against unwanted insects indoors and out with these all natural cedar oil pest control products:
One each US gallon Dr. Ben's Evictor organic cedar oil Ready-to-Use Formula.
One each 16 oz. spray bottle of Dr. Ben's Paws & Claws all natural cedar oil flea, tick and mite formula.
One each compression style pump-up atomizer for product application.
One each 32 oz. bottle of Natures Defender PCO Choice cedar oil concentrate.
One each hose end style spray applicator.
This item combination is everything you need to begin a whole home cedar oil pest protection program.
Dr. Ben's Evictor Insect Control Cedar Oil Spray Formula
Evictor is a safe and effective all natural cedar oil based insecticidal solution. No chemicals in this product.
It is both an insect neutralizer and a pest repellent that is designed primarily for indoor pest control use.
This proprietary formula contains just pure cedar oil that has been extracted from Texas Red Cedar trees
and an inert carrier, hydrated silica. This combination of ingredients creates a unique bio-influenced
solution that quickly neutralizes insects of the arthropod family on contact. Mosquitoes, chiggers,
no-see-em's, flies, ants, roaches, fleas, ticks, mites weevils, silverfish and a host of other
annoying insects are all targets of this natural formula. Repels rats, mice and venomous snakes too.
Cedar and other essential oils are often known to have naturally potent insecticidal
properties and pheromone diffusion qualities that adversely affect insects and other unwanted pests.
Why cedar oil for pest control?
We consider cedar oil from the Texas hill country to be the most potent essential oil available for insect control use.
Why use an all natural pest control product?According to leading entomologists, many parasitic and/or other nuisance insects such as
fleas, ticks, bed bugs are developing natural immunities to man made synthetic
pesticides. Although our society has become accustomed to rely upon modern science to provide
answers for our pest control needs, many such man made and chemically induced products have
likely become less effective for use to eliminate unwanted insect activity.
Historically there is no known mechanism by which insects can develop resistance to cedar oil.
That is why using cedar oil based insecticide products will undoubtedly result in pest control
being one less thing for you to think about.
Growing numbers of both university and independent researchers are publicizing reports
indicating strong evidence may exist to show that long term exposure to harsh chemicals found in today's
synthetic pesticides could have significant negative impact on many health issues of adults, children, animals,
plant life and even the well being of our entire environment.
Dr. Ben's offers an extremely effective alternative to the chemical problem.
It is a minimum risk and federally registration exempt pesticide product
made from all natural ingredients. No synthetic or laboratory produced
chemicals here. It consistently delivers quality performance when applied for
indoor control of mosquitoes, chiggers, no-see-em's, flies, ants, ticks, weevils, silverfish
and a host of other annoying insects. Repels rats, mice and venomous snakes too. Adult and juvenile
insects which come into contact with this solution will become totally overwhelmed and either
expire very quickly or will immediately move on to more hospitable areas. An exclusive additional
benefit of this proprietary formula includes quick demise of three generational phases of the pest
life cycle. When applied to unhatched insect offspring this formula will promote rapid dehydration
of eggs, larvae and pupae.
How does Dr. Ben's cedar oil formula eliminate, neutralize and repel
unwanted pest activity?
Evictor relies on insect resistant properties that are naturally inherent to cedar oil.
Most people recognize that historically cedar wood has been recognized to neutralize and repel
insect activity. Dr. Ben Oldag was instrumental in the development of an insect targeting "cocktail"
that combines cedar oil with an inert compound known as hydrated silica. Dr. Ben's research determined
that by combining pure oil when extracted in particular from the Texas Red Cedar tree with this
inert compound serves to greatly enhance natural pest control properties of cedar oil.
The result is a product that is generally recognized as safe (GRAS), yet will seriously interfere
with many several critical life functions of insects of the arthropod family.
The formula acts in one or more of the following ways to eliminate unwanted pests:
(1) Promotes osmotic dehydration:
By leaching moisture from the insects body, the solution essentially deprives insects of
life giving water.
(2) Triggers interference with breathing:
By causing serious irritation to the respiratory system of many insects,
(especially those of a high olfactory nature), Dr. Ben's forces the insect body to involuntarily
stop breathing. By shutting down life giving respiration, the insect's reflex is attempting to
avoid taking in these extremely powerful irritants. When contact is prolonged for just a short period
of time, (usually about 30 to 40 seconds), the result can be a form of cedar induced suicide.
(3) Creates pheromonal induced mind altering interference:
This is a reaction that interrupts and attacks the octopamine neuro-receptors that are crucial
for neurotransmitter regulation of metabolism, movement, feeding, reproduction and overall behavior.
In short, the formula seriously disorients the insect and can result in severe brain damage to
(4) Life cycle disruption:
Dehydrates and dissolves insect eggs, larvae, pupae. This shuts down the reproductive cycle
and reduces the birth rate of future generations.
(5) General life threatening events to insects:
Erodes the exoskeleton and cuticle of adult and juvenile insects. This exposes the inner
and more delicate parts of the insect and they are easily vulnerable to demise when openly
exposed to environmental elements.
What Are the Ingredients of Dr. Ben's Evictor?
Cedar Oil - 10%. EPA Exempt from Federal Registration under FIFRA section 25(B).
Also an FDA food grade product.
Hydrated Silica - 90%. An abundant natural resource from Quartz rock that has been liquefied.
EPA listed as a 4a inert carrier which qualifies in combination with cedar oil as exempt from
Federal Registration 4a. Also an FDA food grade product.
Do not use cedar oil on or around pet reptiles, pet rabbits, pet mice, pet rats, ferrets, guinea pigs, or exotic birds
DR. BEN'S EVICTOR was developed for indoor control of pheromone based non-essential insects. No chemicals in this product. The proprietary formula is comprised of Texas red cedar oil and liquified quartz. This combination creates a bio-influenced solution that quickly neutralizes insects in the antropod family on contact. Evictor is a pheromone interruption agent for rats, mice and venomous snakes. Mosquitoes, Chiggers, No-See-Em's, Flies, Ants, Ticks, Weevils, Silverfish and a host of other annoying insects are compelled to leave areas treated. Spray on mattress and box springs in hotels/motels for assurance that the bed bugs won't bite.
- Dr. Ben's Evictor: Apply on the floor, mop boards or floor molding, rugs, carpet, mattress and box spring, bed clothing, furniture and anywhere else those parasites or other insects might be. It will not stain or attract dirt. The compression type sprayer will make it easier to get in the difficult places such as under furniture, beds etc. It will also provide a consistent delivery of the solution often difficult to do when using a trigger sprayer. Remember, you want to treat all areas as this product is considered a contact killer and must either touch the insect or be inhaled by the pest to incur death. The odor of Dr. Ben's Evictor is not offensive but airing out of treated areas for an hour or two when total home treatments are conducted is recommended. Given a short amount of time, the atmosphere will evolve into a refreshing clear cedar closet aroma. Wait several days after treatment before cleaning or vacuuming the floor areas. This will give the solution a opportunity to erode and dehydrate the insect egg and larvae in the treated area. Recommended application is 1 gallon per 1000 square foot of horizontal treatment area. The aroma of the cedar oil will impair the mental capacities of any "New Hatch" that survives the treatment, and, subsequent death will incur usually within 72 hours or less. It is imperative that the total structure be treated to insure there is no reoccurrence of the pest. Parasites such as Fleas will often move from one area to another, such as from basements to other levels. Walking the treated area after treatment wearing white socks will usually expose any areas harboring fleas, as the flea will be attracted to white. Areas where this occurs should be re-treated immediately to eliminate the egg layer cycle and eliminate the next generation of flea. Dr. Ben's Paws and Claws: A ready to use formula has been created for dogs, cats and other animals. This solution will kill anthropod insects and pests nearly immediately should they come in contact with the formula. The objective is to apply a mist or spray directly on the flea or tick so the insect breathes in the mist. This formula triggers closure of the breathing pores to it's anthropod recipients. Use as often as necessary before going for a walk, going in the yard, or just around the house. Spray a liberal amount directly on your pet including paws, legs, pits, groin, belly, neck, tail and rectum area. For facial application, spray product on hands and rub onto the area to avoid contact with your pets eyes. Can also be applied to bedding areas. Paws and Claws is a natural antimicrobial and promotes healing of flea dermatitis and dry flaky skin. Great for treating hot spots, mange, burrowing mange mites, ear mites and other perisitic related ailments. Promotes healing of associated skin issues related to pest infestations on animals. For existing problem cases, repeated applications 3 times daily will stimulate hair growth and help heal damaged skin. An application into the ear canal will destroy ear mites and chronic fungal organism issues the animal has. Nature's Defender PCO Choice Concentrate treatment using Hose End Sprayer: PCO Choice in combination with large amounts of water sprayed from a hose end applicator will be instrumental in the demise of numerous non beneficial insects including but not limited to fleas, ticks, mites, mosquito's, scorpions, beetles, mole crickets, grubs and chinch bugs. It has no effect on beneficial and pollinator insects such as butterflies or bee's which are sight driven as opposed to pheromone driven. It will not harm any of the amphibian or lizard family but will deter snakes from the treated areas.Wash down the side of structures you wish to treat working from the building outward. The first application is the most important and the objective is to make sure a liberal soak is accomplished to all areas including but not limited to fruits, vegetables, flower beds, shrubbery and even to surounding concrete areas and any nearby standing water. Pour 4 ounces of the PCO concentrate into the cup of the hose end applicator (cup usually has legend). Fill to the 26 Ounce line with tap water. Attach sprayer to a water hose, set the sprayer control lever to on and initiate spraying. Each cup of this solution will dilute further with 20 gallons of water spray. When the cup is empty, repeat as often as necessary to complete the initial soaking to all desired areas. This treatment is very inexpensive and will resolve many other insect issues such as aphids and scale on plants, powdery mildew and other fungal problems that may exist. PCO Choice loves water so periodic rains will enhance it's performance. Follow up applications should be conducted as required by simply getting the previously treated areas wet with solution. (normally twice a month will do depending on the local insect population in your area.) If you follow this protocol, you can say goodbye to insects and pheromone driven pests that may be in the area. Remember, an insect never travels more than 150 feet from where it was hatched. By treating a minimum 150 foot radius around designated "off limits" zones you can be assured knowing that recurrence of pest activity is very unlikely
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