The real Eco-friendly Termite Treatment
For professional and Personal Use.
Organic and Nontoxic Termite Treatment
Concentrate X200 (1:200 ) and stable Emulsion.
Tested successfully according to International standards.
- The Story Of An Easy, Safe And affordable Termite Treatment
- Efficiency proven by International standard tests
- How Freemite gets rid of Termites
- How To Use Freemite Treatment of your property Prevention treatment for wood, bamboo or rattan
- Garden protection against parasites
The story of an Easy, Safe and affordable Termite Treatment
Freemite has been created and designed by professionals for professionals to get rid of termites (link to Professional), wood worm, powder post beetles and many other parasites.
Now Freemite has hundreds of customers everywhere in Indonesia and has already exported to some Asian countries and Australia.
We are now developing a professional distribution network through a range of channels include hardware stores, pest control applicators and wood / bamboo / rattan industries
Since 2004 our Company was producing and exporting wood and bamboo Eco-smart products from Indonesia.
We couldn’t find a convenient, nontoxic and efficient treatment to control termites so that we created Freemite based on organic and natural pest control ingredients.
In 2008 we created a laboratory and worked hard with chemists, pharmacists and even a physician of nuclear industry until a professional satisfying result.
We had the advantage to test on a daily basis Freemite on our own furniture productions and bamboo construction (link to www.asalibali.com).
This gave us the experience that allowed us to improve the formula year after year until the V5 Formula Freemite200+
Easy manipulation and application:
Professionals and individuals appreciate the convenience to use an organic treatment that doesn’t need particular equipment.
Moreover Freemite is a super concentrate formula that is easy to transport and to use.
Just mix with 200 times of water to get a ready to use treatment.
As an example mix half liter of Freemite with 100 Liter of water to get your treatment ready to use.
Freemite is a stable emulsion that you can store 2 years or even more.
Freemite is guaranteed nontoxic. Just take care of splashes in your eyes.
Therefore no need to wear heavy equipment or to leave your property just after a treatment.
Your children are safe even touching wood or bamboo treated with Freemite even with their mouth!
Efficient natural insecticide and pest control:
Freemite is a concentrate mix of organic powerful organic natural insecticides include Neem Oil (link to alamsenang.com/Neemo), camphor, chili, salt and other plant extracts.
One of the secrets of Freemite is a plant base Nano-extender that helps the penetration in soil or material.
As an example, you need now only to soak wood and bamboo for few hours to have them properly treated.
The active components in Freemite are stable on the long range.
You need to do a regular treatment on parts exposed to a permanent source of humidity like rain.
Proven by official tests:
The efficiency of Freemite to protect a construction against subterranean termites, wood worms and powder post beetles has been proven by a National Indonesian laboratory based on the Japan industrial Standard especially:
– to protect the foundations of a construction against subterranean termites
– to protect wood, bamboo, rattan and other organic material against powder post beetles, termites and wood worm.
Another official test has been done also that prove Freemite is safe for humans.
For more information please contact us (link to page contact)
How Freemite Control Termites
Freemite as been carefully designed to act in different ways to optimize the efficiency of the treatment.
1. As a REPELLENT :
against common pests and parasites like powder post beetles, termites and even ants, mosquitos, woodworms.
Freemite is also efficient to repel many little parasites in a garden or a plantation.
- As a BARRIER : Act as a frontier. Termites cannot cross a treated area or they will die.
As a consequence the treated area cuts the way to the queen who live in the soil.
It will disorganize the colony.
3. As a TERMITE EXTERMINATOR & COLONY ELIMINATOR: Neem oil and Chili contaminate the pests that cross the treated material or area by destroying the digestive and reproduction system of the pests. Little parasites will die directly after contact and the bigger ones will not grow anymore, become impotent and the larvae cannot survive.
How To Use Freemite
Freemite is a stable concentrate emulsion
As we use Freemite every day in our industry we shaped the direction for use to be as simple as possible.
just mix with water (non-chlorine) at a rate of 1:200 or add 1L of Freemite to 200L of water to get a ready to use termite treatment.
Then spray, pour or soak material according to the case:
Download the professional direction for use. (PDF Front and back)
Download our recommended process to treat bamboo
Some basic tips:
Treatment of your property:
Basically, it is the same process as the usual chemical treatments.
Subterranean termite lives in the soil and they try to find starch or sugar in organic matter to feed the queen that live in the middle of the colony in the soil.
To prevent termite to enter in your building you have to pour Freemite diluted in the soil around the outer and if possible the inner foundations of your building to make a barrier.
If some wood or bamboo is already infected by powder post beetles that is easy to detect as they do galleries inside the material and evacuate dust by little holes.
In that case spraying will help but the radical way is to inject Freemite diluted inside the holes with a needle.
Prevention treatment for wood, bamboo or rattan
for a long term protection the best way is to soak the material one or two days in diluted Freemite.
Time of soaking depends on the section and density of the material.
You can easily use a sheeting or a cement pool for professional use.
Then let the material dry few hours under the sun and store in a dry place with no direct sunlight.
Note that Freemite doesn’t change the color of the material and will accept all kind of finishing.
Garden protection against parasites
Just spray Freemite diluted on the soil around the roots
or directly on the parasites for example on the back of leaves.
Freemite is nontoxic but contain chili so take care of splashed in the eyes and avoid exposition to skin if you have wounds.
In that case just rinse with plenty of water.
Keep out of reach of children.
Much more information on Freemite termite treatment
As we are passionate with Freemite feel free to ask us for any professional or personal recommandation (link to contact page) on the better way to use Freemite
as per your particular need.
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Neem Oil is considered as a sacred gift of nature and has been used for health, wellbeing, agriculture and many other purposes for over 4000 years in Ayurveda the traditional medicine system in India.
In Sanskrit, the word for Neem is “nimba” means “good health” or also called “one-tree pharmacy”.
There Neem Oil is often considered as a powerful medicine with other wide range of benefits such as termite and pest control .
Nowadays Neem Oil enjoy a trend for natural products and can be found in grocery stores, local shops, medicinal stores, beauty salons, aromatherapy centers etc.
Caution: contact first a doctor before any health purpose.
The content of this page is for information and educational purpose only.
Keep out of the reach of children, Pregnant women, Weak people.
NeemO is a ready to use product or a base for preparation (See below).
Validity : stable if stored in a dark and cool place.
Principal active components: Azadirachtin A et B and other Triterpenoid saponins.
Contains also: Omega-9 fatty acid, Omega-6 fatty acid, Omega-3 fatty acid, Palmitic acid, Stearic acid, Palmitoleic acid
emollients, Vitamin E
Neem Oil Properties
According to Ayurveda and some modern scientific sources Neem Oil could offer the following healing properties.:
Well Being & Health
Pure Neem Oil application has rarely reported skin irritation. If you have a dry or sensitive skin or for a daily care then you should dilute the neem oil (keep 2 to 30% ) with other oil such as Coconut, olive or Sesame oil.
Rub on the skin of the sick directly or diluted.
Internal intake of neem Oil should be done only after a doctor consultation. Short-term oral use may be suggestible, but long-term use of neem oil internally is not advisable.
Neem Oil could Support health for:
- Skin: eczema, acne, psoriasis, itching, urticarial….
- Lungs, sinus: congestion/infection
- Blood, Liver (Cleanses and strengthens)
- eye (inflammation or heat)
- Candida (Reduces overgrowth)
- Urine (tract infections)
- pancreas (high blood sugar)
- Wound (infection)
- menorrhagia (excessive menstrual bleeding)
- Diarrhea (infection)
- arthritis (inflammatory type)
- Intestinal worms
- Birth control
Neem oil can be used directly, diluted with oil or in soap/Shampoo/cream.
– improves general skin health, moisture and immunity
– contains antioxidants that help protect skin from aging.
– rejuvenate skin cells and restore elasticity.
– maintains a glowing skin and elasticity while combating infections.
Note that you should not go under direct sunlight after applying pure neem oil on your skin.
A DIY easy formula:
- 50 ml of NeemO
- 200 ml of coconut oil
- 5 drops pure lemongrass (to mask the strong smell)
Add a couple of drops to liquid hand soap for antibacterial properties.
Applying neem oil on face pulls out impurities and tightens facial skin pores making the skin look healthy.
Neem helps in strengthening hair quality and promotes growth of hair.
Can treat dandruff, itchy scalp, head lice, split ends, frizzy hair.
Nourish and moisture dry hair.
A DIY easy formula:
- 50 ml of NeemO
- 200 ml of coconut oil
- 5 drops of Citronela essential oil
Apply regularly in presence of mosquitos.
Oral Hygiene: Mouthwash, tothpast
Delute with coconut Oil (30%/70%).
Gargle for a couple of minutes and spit.
Or apply one drop directly to the teeth or gums and brush.
Add to carpet shampoos and spray mattresses to kill dust mites, bacteria and parasites.
Neem Oil is proven as an efficient pest controller.
Add an emulsifying agent and dilute with water.
Spray the plant for both treatment and prevention.
Neem Oil based pesticides and insecticides are the most efficient eco-friendly treatment for crops, vegetables, trees, ornement plants.
Work on aphids, mealy bugs, whitefly, termites, mites, nematodes, etc.
Neem oil act in different ways. It can kill directly many little parasites if contact.
It changes physiology so that the pests are damaged growth, become barren, will not eat. For instance caterpillars fail to metamorphose.
Basically Neem Oil is also an insect repellent.
The EPA (US Environmental Protection Agency) says neem is Generally Recognized As Safe (GRAS) for use in food products. They even exempted their typical requirement for maximum pesticide residues on agricultural products.
Neem Oil based termite control solution protect construction, wood, bamboo, rattan and all organic material from subterranean termites, wood worms and powder post beetles.
Neem Oil act as :
a repellent : degusting environment for insects.
a barrier : act as a frontier. Termites cannot cross so that the treated area cut the way to the queen and disorganize the colony.
a termite exterminator : Neem contaminate the pests that cross the treated area by destroying the digestive, groth and reproduction system of the termites. The larvaes cannot survive so the colony will be eliminated (Neem effect).
Get more information on Freemite designed as a Neem Oil based anti-termite (link to freemite.com/get rid termite) made with NeemO.
Efficient and safe for ticks, fleas, mange mites and other pests
Use diluted in pet shampoo. Just add 5 to 20% of Neem Oil to your Pet Shampoo
or rub a drop of pure neem oil on wounds, ticks or sick skin.
Cleans the environment of your pet (antiseptic) by simply spaying neem oil diluted around.
Can be done every week.
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