Anti-Parasitic Spray for Dogs


This herbal treatment makes life difficult for parasites likes mites and fleas, intending to live on your dog's skin, while delivering locally the nutrients and support the dog requires to repel and resist any parasitic attacks in the future. It is an all natural, non-toxic parasite repellant without the harmful side effects of traditional parasitic sprays & medicines.

These herbal extracts can give relief from inflammation, scratching, licking, scaling, bleeding or crusting skin, erosions, ulcers, lumps, and hair loss.

Wormwood, Tansy, Thuja and Male Fern along with the Bach Flowers Crab Apple and Impatiens

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Please note: These are just the usual herbs used for this condition. I do not have bottles sitting on shelves with this recipe. I prepare each treatment from scratch for each individual for that time, using only what is best suited to that individual's unique requirement and using seasonal and freshly made herbal extracts where I can. I also often split the treatment into 2 or 3 for specific times of day where that can make a difference.


2 oz – 56 ml

This treatment contains herbal extracts of:
Wormwood, Tansy, Thuja and Male Fern

Bach Flowers are at least (or perhaps more) important as the physical herbs themselves, because they address the underlying factors which allowed the health defect to develop in the first place.

This treatment contains the Bach flower remedies:
Crab Apple and Impatiens

Usual Dosage:
Mix 2 oz – 56 ml antiparasitic with 1 litre of each Organic Cider Vinegar and Methyolated Spirits and use to spray animal. Spray the mixture onto the coat after wetting first to allow the treatment to migrate up the hairs and provide a coating at skin level. Smaller amounts can be made for individual use i.e. 25ml to 1 litre Vinegar and metho (methylated spirit) 50:50 (500ml each) or 13ml to 22 oz – 56 ml each Vinegar and metho (methylated spirit) (500ml total 50:50 ratio).

Additional information

Weight 140 g