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Dr. Greengood’s 100% Non-Toxic Pest Control Products Online

Dr. Greengood’s Non-Toxic Pest Control Product:

Dr Greengood categories products into different types listed below but not limited to;

  • DrGreengood Lice Killer Spray:This homeopathic product formulated to kill eggs, nits, and matured lice upon contact.DrGreengood lice killer spray designed to treat, and prevent any future re-infestation of lice within your home.
  • DrGreengoodCockroach Killer Spray: This product is designed to effectively treat, and prevent any future invasion of those pesky roaches in and around your home.
  • DrGreengoodBed Bug Killer Sprays: This product is formulated to treat, and eliminate bed bug infestations & 100% non-toxic to humans, and pets.
  • Dr Greengood Flea & Tick Killer Spray: This product is designed, and formulated to treat flea & tick infested areas within your home. Further aids, to prevent any future re-infestation from eggs that may have been laid throughout your home.

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Dr Greengood Commercial Bed Bug Preventative 1 Qt Bottle

All of Dr. Greengood’s products are technically a pesticide, or also an insecticide if you will, as they are used to kill insects, and of course all ingredients are listed on the EPA’s list of products “Generally Regarded As Safe”.  Now this brings us to the actual meaning of this article’s title; considering the current availability, in the market, of two very different kinds of pesticides; that are both true to their word origin and perform their “cide” function of killing insects. One type of pesticide is a deadly poison and the other is safe and 100% non-toxic to humans and pets. So hence, which “cide” is the right “cide” to be on? We at Dr. Greengood’s do not think there is really much of a choice here.  You can opt to use a poisonous pyrethrinbased insecticide, which may or may not even work, as current research now proves that many strains of insects have developed genetic immunities to these poisons, and further these poisons are dangerous to you your family, your pets and the

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