As insecticides and pest controlling agent: Neem has been used historically to rid the body of several forms of ectoparasites and pests and the action is rapid. Hormone mimicking activities of neem extracts causes interference with the parasitic life cycle inhibiting their ability to feed as well as prevent the hatching of eggs ( Kumar and Navaratnam, 2013 ). Neem plant contents have been reported to be an effective bioinsecticide ( Chary, 2011 ) and found useful in the control of many insect species of medical and veterinary and importance, nearly 400 insect species including of flies, Amblyomma variegatum , spruce budworm Choristoneura fumiferana , lice, head louse, shaft louse ( Menopon gallinae ), feather louse ( Lipeurus caponis , or Columbicola sp.), spiders, mosquitoes, triatomines, cockroaches, fleas, beetles ( Alphitobius diaperinus , Dermestes bicolor and Dermestes lardarius ) and nematodes ( Schmutterer, 1990 ; Lyons et al ., 1996 , 1998 ; Wanner et al ., 1997 ; Mulla and Su, 1999 ; Makeri et al ., 2007 ; Karunamoorthi et al ., 2009 ; Lucantoni et al ., 2010 ; Kudom et al ., 2011 ; Mehlhorn et al ., 2011 ; Abdel-Ghaffar et al ., 2012 ; Al-Quraishy et al ., 2012a , b ; Walldorf et al ., 2012 ). Neem extract and neem powder have been used by the urban people of African countries as mosquito repellant ( Karunamoorthi et al ., 2009 ) and for the control mosquito ( Culex quinquefasciatus ) breeding in anthropogenic habitats ( Kudom et al ., 2011 ). Nanoemulsion of neem oil and Tween 20 were found as potent and selective larvicide for Culex quinquefasciatus ( Anjali et al ., 2012 ). Neem leaf slurries can also be a sustainable method to reduce the larval density of malaria vector Anopheles gambiae ( Luong et al ., 2012 ). Applications of neem cake at 500 kg ha -1 to rice-fields were found helpful in control of culicine mosquito vectors of Japanese Encephalitis Virus (JEV) and along with increase in grain yield ( Rao et al ., 1992 ; Maciel et al ., 2010 ). Neem extracts have got positive effect on regulation of growth as well as repellant activity against which many arthropod ectoparasites are susceptible to. For instance for successful control of both lice as well as ticks along with several mosquito species including significant parasitic diseases vectors neem extract has been found valuable ( Mulla and Su, 1999 ; Garboui et al ., 2006 ; Lucantoni et al ., 2006 ; Habluetzel et al ., 2007 ).
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No matter how safe you hear a given herb, chemical, or drug (regardless of dosage) is there is always the possibility of individual sensitivities. This issue becomes greatly magnified with regard to poisons because of the potential for serious injury and fatality. Even the name Di-NITRO-phenol is remarkably engaging to a gear user and “no” proper administration without pre-existing hypersensitivities won’t kill you, but it does all come down to a single truth. A truth you may have arrived at prior to the halfway mark in this piece, the same truth that the author of a great documented journey through the DNP experience, ‘The Inferno: My Week on DNP’ (http://-/portal_includes/articles/2006/06-068-), Vets and Hall-of-Famers like Marcus, Nark, Giant, Booz - just ask them, myself (magic32) and numerous others have come to realize…