We source our neem seed oil from India where it is extracted from the seeds of the neem tree in a patented Indian traditional method without heat, chemicals or petrochemicals which assures the highest quantity of all the liminoids and compounds which give our neem oil its anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory, and antiseptic properties. Neem oil is a natural vegetable oil and is very bitter, dark honey colour and has a strong garlic/sulphur odour. Neem oil contains Vitamin E and many essential amino acids which help restore moisture and elasticity to the skin while it disinfects and heals.
Neemoil for dogs can help with fleas, ticks, intestinal parasites and mange mites. It promotes a strong immune system, healthy skin, a shiny problem free coat, strong healthy teeth, all the signs of a radiantly healthy dog.
Neem oil has many, many advantages for not only people, but dogs also. Neem oil has anti-fungal, antibacterial, and antiseptic properties. It may be used in repelling and managing numerous intestinal parasites and bugs including mosquitoes, fleas, ticks, and mange mites. Neem oil can also be utilized for an itchy and irritated epidermis.
To help protect your dog or cat from fleas and ticks you can put a drop of neem oil on top of their head, behind their ears, under their belly, shoulders blades and on their tail during the warmer months of the year every few days.
Any beloved pet experiencing excessive peeling, itchy skin, or allergic reactions can have these issues improved tremendously from routine baths with neem shampoo, something that can be used on a daily basis.
Ways that Neem Oil Doesn’t Help Dogs
Neem is great against many inner parasites, but it’s not all that successful at getting rid of tapeworms. Neem is often not all that successful when used by dogs that may be affected by certain types of ticks. Specifically, the brown dog tick is apparently quite resistant to neem oil. That’s not to say neem won’t help against it, however, it won’t help as much as it would against other types of ticks.
If you have a severe case of anything you may want to try pure neem oil. Don't use it undiluted, though, especially if your pet has cracked, open skin, oozing sores etc. Neem oil is very strong stuff! You would add to the stress and discomfort, and that makes things worth. This would be a great time to use the Neem Spray. You can also dilute the neem oil 1:10 in a light carrier oil (e.g. almond or coconut oil). Then massage the oil mixture into the skin. You can apply it several times a day on problem spots.
For hot spots like moist eczema, or to treat demodectic mange, you can increase the concentration to a 1:1 ratio. Some people do use 100% pure neem oil in those cases. Don't leave the pure oil on the skin for more than 48 hours, or you dog may develop an irritation. Also monitor the skin, and if there is any reaction, wash the oil of immediately.
Neem seed oil can solidify at low temperatures. If this happens, immerse bottle in warm to hot water.