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Para Clear
Based on 4 reviews
$21.00

Para Clear

#HS0092002
Based on 4 reviews
$21.00
Features
  • Food Grade, 2.5 lb powder
  • All-natural powder
  • FDA food grade
  • Eliminates a variety of environmental infestations
Description

Safe and veterinarian approved for use on or near puppies, kittens, dogs, cats, ferrets, rabbits, and farm animals such as llamas, horses, pigs, sheep, chickens, gaming birds and cows when used as directed.

Diatomaceous Earth has been used successfully to eliminate a variety of environmental infestations including ants, ticks, fleas, aphids, silverfish, cockroaches, bed bugs, carpet beetles, slugs, snails, tomato hornworm, house flies, fruit flies, red spider mites and earwigs, yet it is still safe for the environment, plants, pets, kids and beneficial bugs.

Azmira's Para*Clear may be applied directly to your pet's coat but can dry the skin out. Avoid prolonged skin contact and bathe with a remoisturizer as needed. Avoid prolonged inhalation of dust during application or getting it in the eyes. Rinse affected area with cool water.

Easy to apply and concentrated. One pound covers approximately 2000 square feet.

Millions of years ago, microscopic one-celled plants called Diatoms took minerals from the vast oceans and created shells for themselves. These shells became deposits in our sea beds and today provide us with the multi-useful powder, Diatomaceous Earth.

Today, there are over 1500 uses for the trace mineral-rich Diatomaceous Earth, insect control being its most notable. Bugs, such as fleas and ticks, do not have blood vessels, only a body cavity which contains their bodily fluids. Diatomaceous Earth causes them to dehydrate and die. They waxy coating found on many insects is also absorbed by Diatomaceous Earth. In addition, the microscopic, razor sharp mineral composition of Diatomaceous Earth pierces the waxy coating and the body cavity to allow more fluid to be absorbed more quickly. Safe for young or compromised pets.

Directions

For maximum benefit, sprinkle liberally around indoor and outdoor areas.

Be sure to brush Para*Clear down into carpet base while also applying to baseboards, cracks, pet's bedding and under furniture. It is safe to use directly on your pet, around children, plants, food stuff or added to dry goods.

Repeat as often as needed, especially after area gets wind blown, wet or vacuumed. Remove vacuumed debris after each cleaning.

Apply to wet areas to knock down mosquito hatchings.

May be applied directly to the pet's coat but can dry the skin; avoid prolonged skin contact and bathe with Conditioner when remoisturizing is needed. Avoid prolonged inhalation of dust during application or getting it in the eyes. Rinse affected area with cool water.

Fleas and ticks: Be sure to brush Para*Clear down into carpet base while also applying to baseboards, cracks, pet's bedding (after washing in hot water) and under furniture.

Roaches and other grain bugs: Dust Para*Clear around food stuff and feed storage.

Flies: Apply directly to barn or stall walls, manure piles and compost.

Ant Hills: Dust a generous amount of Para*Clear directly on top and sire. Apply a radius of dust five feet from the mounds and reapply after it rains.

Garden and house plants bugs: The trace mineral-rich Para*Clear powder not only helps to fight sucking plant insects, but also enriches the soil. Safe to use around plants.

Storage: Store in a cool, dry place. Keep out of the reach of children.

INTERNAL PARASITE CONTROL

Food grade diatomaceous earth makes a very effective natural insecticide. The insecticidal quality of diatomaceous earth is due to the razor sharp edges of the diatom remains. When diatomaceous earth comes in contact with the insects, the sharp edges lacerate the bugs waxy exoskeleton and then the powdery diatomaceous earth absorbs the body fluids causing death from dehydration.

Food grade diatomaceous earth has been used for at least two decades as a natural wormer for livestock. To be most effective, food grade diatomaceous earth must be fed long enough to catch all newly hatching eggs or cycling of the worms. A minimum of 60 days is suggested Food grade diatomaceous earth works in a purely physical/mechanical manner, not ‘chemical’ and thus has no chemical toxicity. Best yet, parasites don’t build up a tolerance/immunity to its chemical reaction, so rotation of wormers is unnecessary.

Daily recommended food grade diatomaceous earth feeding rates:

  • Kittens - 1/2 teaspoon
  • Cats - 1 teaspoon
  • Puppies - 1/2 to 1 teaspoon
  • Dogs under 35 lb - 1 teaspoon
  • Dogs over 35 lb - 1 tablespoon
  • Dogs over 100 lb - 2 tablespoons

NOtes

Azmira's Para Clear is different from 'pool' grade diatomaceous earth; Para Clear is safe to use with pets.

This is an all-natural powder that is of FDA food grade. It is safe if licked or ingest and is non-toxic to pets, kids, or beneficial bugs. Para Clear is cost-effective and a little goes a long way. Stock up now for the flea and tick season.

Supplements cannot be shipped to Japan.

Reviews
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We've used this particular product for years. I really like Azmira products.
It has so many applications, works and Leerburgs price is very reasonable and their shipping is quick!
Thank you Azmira and Leerburg

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This is not a review, but a comment. It may be necessary some caution to use this product as INTERNAL PARASITE CONTROL, specially in very young animals because together with the parasites it may also "flush away" important nutrition elements, particularly minerals. Hope this helps.

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I've used this Para Clear food grade diatomaceous earth (DE) twice now; once last year at my old house in the City and again this week. I recently moved to the country and I noticed my two dogs and two cats suddenly itching... and then I saw a flea! My next door neighbors don't have pets and have all hardwood floor and they had a flea outbreak too so I think the fleas came from the big irrigated field directly behind our houses. Within 48 hours after dusting all of my area rugs (and my dogs; I gave them each a bath with just conditioner the next day since DE can dry skin out), none of the four animals are itching. I am very relieved and grateful to Leerburg for introducing me to this safe, cost-effective product.

I used to use Advantage/Frontline on my 1st dog (Blue Heeler) and two cats until my boss told me one of those products had temporarily caused paralysis in her German Shepherd's back legs. That freaked me out! After my 2nd dog (German Shepherd) joined our family, I found the Leerburg website and greatly benefitted from the Basic Obedience, Dealing with Aggressive & Dominant Dogs, and Establishing Pack Structure DVDs and all the articles and Q&A on this website. I also learned about DE here and ordered it and will be ordering more so I can do regular prevention at my house.

Thank you Leerburg!

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I have been a Leerburg customer for a couple of years now. I rescued a dog at the age of 4 months old, and when I adopted her she was very sick. I spent thousands on veterinarians and she was diagnosed with everything from allergies to IBS. Out of frustration from dealing with vets and specialists, I turned to Cindy Rhodes. Let me tell you, despite not being a veterinarian, this woman knows her stuff. She pointed me in the right direction simply through reading my short 2 paragraphs and it turned out she was 100% correct. My dog was suffering from giardia and vaccinosis. NOT IBS or other ridiculous diseases that certainly would have kept her medicated for life and lined my veterinarians pockets for years to come.

I solved the first problem by not vaccinating her again. The giardia was a little more difficult. I wound up treating her with panacur initially to kick-start her treatment, and I put 1 teaspoon of diatomaceous earth in her raw diet daily (she's 10 lbs). Her stools went from a watery mess to firm and mucus free in 3 days. I haven't had issues with her stools since. I truly believe that between Cindy's advice and diatomaceous earth, my dog parasite free. As some of you may know, giardia never fully goes away once a dog has it and it can be very difficult to manage and can flare up often throughout a dogs life. For my dog, this has been a game changer and I believe it has saved her from a life full of chemical dewormers and flagyl. I can't recommend this enough, and I think anyone who has a dog with a history of giardia can benefit greatly from a daily diatomaceous earth regimen.

Thanks Cindy!

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