Neem Queen

Casey Fisher is the Neem Queen

My name is Casey Fisher but my customers call me the Neem Queen!

I’ve been helping people to help themselves and their beloved pets fight mange, ringworm, scabies, parasitic worms, fleas, bedbugs and lice since 2004 using natural, gentle, non-toxic treatments and solutions that won’t harm you or your pets and won’t break the bank.

What is Neem?

Neem is the basis of EPA-approved pesticide that treats up to 200 different kinds of pests. Unlike most toxic pesticides, it doesn’t actually kill anything. Instead, it disrupts an insect’s hormone balance, repelling them from food sources (like your ankle), deterring them from eating (sometimes by blocking their ability to swallow) and interrupting the development of eggs and larva.

That non-toxic mode of action means that it’s one of the safest products on the market today. In fact, it’s called the called the “village pharmacy” in its native India. Mothers in tropical countries around the world use neem to treat all kinds of skin problems, including rashes, allergic reactions and even disorders like psoriasis and eczema.

Unlike DEET, the EPA recognizes neem oil as a safe product and does not even set minimum tolerances for neem oil residues when it is used as a pesticide on food crops: “The constituents of clarified hydrophobic extract of neem oil are long-chain fatty acids and glycerides. Long-chain fatty acids and glycerides are Generally Recognized As Safe (GRAS) for use in foods by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).”

In a separate report, an agency funded through the US Department of Agriculture describes azadirachtin (the compound in neem believed to be most effective in repelling insects) as “practically non-toxic,” even at the extraordinarily high doses fed to rats in laboratory settings.

How Safe Is DEET?

DEET-based insect repellants work — but they may not be as safe as you think. Consider the following quote from the Environmental Protection Agency’s fact sheet on DEET: “As long as consumers follow label directions and take proper precautions, insect repellents containing DEET do not present a health concern. Human exposure is expected to be brief, and long-term exposure is not expected.”

Obviously, they don’t live in Florida or spend much time outdoors. Plus, if you’ve ever had to use DEET after you’ve already gotten a bite, you know how badly it burns. Even worse, try to catch a toddler with a bite and spray something that stings – every parent has to do it, but it sure is a miserable job. If you’re like most people concerned about the long-term health of your children, pets and planet, you’ve tried at least one all-natural insect repellant. Some work, some don’t, but no other company offers the guarantee you get with Botanical Outdoor Gel.

Join the millions of people that are looking for safe RELIEF for their pets and even themselves, using non toxic, natural and organic neem based solutions. We also provide a range of people products that help you deal with lice, scabies, ringworm and even bedbugs. My customers tell me how much they love the personal attention they get from us, and how much they love the products that have made a huge difference in their quality of life.

Stll have Questions?.

Call for confidential customer support: 407-685-6373

Yes, a real person will answer the phone, not a “virtual assistant”. We will take the time to listen and give you a carefully considered. knowledgeable answer, not a canned response.

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Our customers have said we were their “lifeline” through the “creepy crawly” nightmare they had to endure when there was nobody else they could talk to.

Let us be there for you :)


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