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neem oil for thrush, mudfever, etc??

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    01-14-2011, 12:54 AM
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neem oil for thrush, mudfever, etc??

Hi,

Just as the title says. Just been learning about it - someone put me onto it as a safe pesticide option for my garden & animals. Have started looking into it & used it on my dogs & their bedding, for fleas, but it's meant to be a powerful anti bacterial/anti fungal too, so I thought I'll try it as a hoof soak next. Anyone tried it already & want to tell me their experiences?
     
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    01-14-2011, 01:26 AM
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Haven't used it personally, but my manager at work says it's about at par to Tea Tree Oil for that sort of thing.

Hopefully someone else has more advice.
     

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