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|On Mar 22, 2019, slowpoke45 Poughkeepsie, NY wrote:
I live in deer tick territory. During bad seasons, I've had pulled 10 off my pants from the short walk to the car from my front door in seconds. This stuff does kill them, and certainly helps to repel them. Also kills spiders, mosquitos, various smaller flying insects. The smaller the bug, the faster the kill. Small ticks and spiders are killed immediately. You can spray it directly on skin. It's great.
|On Mar 18, 2016, moo2 San Francisco, CA wrote:
Posted on March 13, 2016, updated March 18, 2016
On March 18th, 2016, moo2 changed the rating from positive to neutral and added the following:
Ok, I just started using the newly purchased Vet's Choice and it's not working. I use the same amount for the mixture with water and it does not kill the fleas. I'm a dog walker and need to spray the interior of my truck and camper daily in case a client dog's flea meds aren't working, a or dog picks up a flea from the park. The cedar concentrate is a lighter amber than the older one I used. I am not sure if it's because letting the other bottle sit for over a year made it more potent or something changed. I guess i'll just have to wait a year and try it then.
|On Jul 26, 2012, Fredbrown La Presa, CA wrote:
My 15 pound dog was scratching so violently and keeping us awake -we were helping him scratch for a few days. He has a heart problem so we didn't want to use the pesticide applications. Our vet said he has an allergy to flea saliva - which causes a type of staph infection on his skin (I didn't notice anything but vet says it makes the skin feel waxy).
|On Feb 2, 2012, surgite1971 Saint Marys, PA wrote:
We are looking at possibly purchasing some of this product.
|On Jul 11, 2011, bluangel Los Angeles, CA wrote:
Really, at this time I can only give Cedarcide a neutral rating because it really doesn't control the fleas like it claims. Within a day of washing my dog and applying the Cedarcide spray we found fleas on him. This, after washing him, his bedding, all blankets, outside bedding, etc. It does kill the fleas, but they come right back. Also, it makes his coat very greasy for a couple of days--not very attractive. I'm happy that it's non-toxic, but I wish it worked longer than a couple of days. I hate the fact that the spot-on drops were toxic to my animals, and I'm sad that I was duped into using them. Right now I feel I have no other recourse than to use the Cedarcide, but it isn't as effective as I think it should be, and it is expensive. Almost as expensive as the drops, because you have to use a lot more of it.
|On Aug 25, 2007, Lestergee Spring, TX wrote:
In reference to the BEST YET product you speak of in the CedarCide Testimonial I want to add several comments. I talked to Dr. Ben Oldag at the company as I was so intrigued by the results of this product when I used it on the dogs. Dr. Oldag 78, is one of the very few World Renowned Organic Scientists although one would never know it when talking to him. It is hard to get him to toot his own horn but after a hour I finally surfaced the info I wanted. Dr. Oldag was approached by the US Army about 12 months ago with a desperate plea to invent a Bio flea prevention Product that would be safe for the troops deployed to the Mid East. He and the USDA in concert with Dow Corning came up with this formulation and at days end called it BEST YET because that is what it undoubtably is. I have never in my 62 years seen a product as effective as this solution is. Still, it is as safe as shaving gels or fabric softeners. The development story is to lengthy for this publication but in summary it is a formulation of melted quartz rock and cedar oil. Dr. Oldag explained that all insects breathe through pores in their bodies. When the pores get plugged the insect instantly freezes to death. Ben said that since mammal life has a nervous system that to can be attacked by chemicals he wanted to create something that would not compromise human or animal life, only insects. I must say, the technology is Next Generation. It would be hard for me to ever use a chemical agent again knowing what I know now about the BEST YET formulation. You see, I to am a Organic Scientist and hereby tip my hat to what I consider to be the greatest invention of the century. It is the BEST YET. If you don't believe me try it yourself. By the way, the CedarCide Website http://www.cedarcide.com has lots of information that will enlighten you on some of the most dynamic organic formulations the World has ever seen. It is interesting to say the least.
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