Imidacloprid is an insecticide that was made to mimic nicotine.
- Imidacloprid is used to control sucking insects, termites, some soil insects, and fleas on pets. It has been used in products sold in the United States since 1994.
- It can be applied by soil injection, tree injection, application to the skin of the plant, broadcast foliar, ground application as a granular or liquid formulation, or as a pesticide-coated seed treatment. Imidacloprid is widely used for pest control in agriculture. Other uses include application to foundations to prevent termite damage, pest control for gardens and turf, treatment of domestic pets to control fleas, protection of trees from boring insects, and in preservative treatment of some types of lumber products.
- Persons who might orally ingest acute amounts would experience emesis, diaphoresis, drowsiness and disorientation.
- Unknown, please consult your nutritionist.
Source: Wikipedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Imidacloprid