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Thermal Fogger Solution (Routine fogging harmful to health)

Thermal Fogging (Routine fogging harmful to health)

Has thermal fogging been recommended as a solution to the ever-rising mosquito menace at your office building? It is a misconception that fogging is one of the best solutions to get rid of mosquitoes. It only creates pesticide resistance in mosquitoes, destroys natural predators of the mosquitoes and pollutes the environment. It's also harmful to our health and hazardous to vulnerable groups. Thermal fogger solution uses diesel as a carrier for the insecticide. This makes the constituents of the fog fat soluble. These small droplets can easily be absorbed into the body. In the long term, the accumulation of pesticide and diesel is toxic and potentially carcinogenic. It is also known to damage the kidneys and affect blood clotting. In thermal fogger solution, the carrier used is kerosene or diesel which is normally mixed with a chemically active ingredient (in most cases, Malathion).

Is Thermal Fogging For Mosquitoes Safe?

Herbal Strategi has developed a unique herbal formulation which when mixed with kerosene or diesel creates a fog which is safe and free of chemicals. It produces better performances and ensures high effectiveness of the active ingredient, giving excellent coverage for large spaces. The fogging operations will have some success in killing adult mosquitoes in the areas that are treated. To reduce & control dengue virus outbreaks, a number of actions need to be taken not only by public authorities but also by residents. These include making sure there aren’t any dengue mosquitoes breeding in your yard, such as in drums, tyres, buckets, & any water storage containers and that you also protect your family from mosquito bites outside and inside the house during the day and in the dawn and dusk hours. The active herbal ingredients of Just Spray Outdoor Thermal Fogger solution are neem oil, cedarwood oil, lemongrass oil, and citronella oil. This herbal fogging liquid is developed by a group of scientists from the Central Institute of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants (CIMAP) Lucknow, a frontier plant research laboratory of CSIR, Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of India. It’s manufactured using the technology from CSIR-CIMAP.