Mite Killer

For the treatment of Mites in large mammals of approximately 120-220 pounds.
Nitenpyram Capsules are 70 mg each with probiotics as the filler.

Mite Killer





The Nitenpyram is taken only when required. They start biting and you can take one.

It affects only the adult stage of the mite, so taking it more often than once a day is NOT productive.

Mite Killer





Nitenpyram, now sold as Mite Killer. It kills Mites and other ectoparasites like Chiggers within about 30 minutes of taking it.

It is hard to know exactly what is plaguing a person with Morgellon’s so we offer a variety of products to help diagnose and narrow down the problems.

Mite Killer





Nitenpyram, as the namebrand Capstar has been found safe to use daily in kittens as young as 6 weeks.

Still, there is no need to overdose by using more than one capsule per day. For most people, every 3-5 days works well.

The Story: Nitenpyram is the generic name for the original Capstar for Fleas in Dogs and Cats. It kills ectoparasites (bugs on the outside, as compared to worms in the gut, for instance) within about 30 minutes, but has no residual action, which is a good thing that makes it possible to take it as needed. It has long been used for fleas on pets. Then a Surprising Discovery: In the south, when one walks through the brush, you can pick up microscopic little bugs (from the mite family) called Chiggers. They itch like mad. Capstar users kept thinking that their dogs were scratching because they had fleas, and would treat successfully with the Nitenpyram, but never could find evidence that the dogs actually had fleas. What they had was these microscopic Chigger bites. Once they realized that the Nitenpyram was killing the Chigger Mites, they started to use it for other mites as well. Like dust mites and bird mites.

Nitenpyram Instructions

For 120 to 220 pounds, take one capsule per day only as needed.
MORGELLON’S INSTRUCTIONS: It is simple. Take 1 capsule per day maximum. Click here to learn more about Morgellon’s Disease

  • When we first starting to treat for Morgellons, the Lufenuron did a wonderful job for most people. BUT some continued to have symptoms of mite infestation, whether dust mites, bird mites or other related bugs.

For those people, the Nitenpyam Mite Killer has been a heaven send.

Exposure to mites can lead to patches of small, red bumps on the skin accompanied by the following respiratory symptoms:

  • nasal congestion and sneezing.
  • itchy, red, or watery eyes.
  • a cough.
  • chest tightness.
  • difficulty breathing.
  • wheezing.

The Nitenpyram Mite Killer kills only the adult mites that are biting a person, usually in less than an hour. It has no residual effect, which is what makes it such a great treatment.

  • In the beginning, take one capsule every 2 to 3 days. Each treatment will kill the new mites that have come on board.
  • It does nothing to the eggs, larvae or pupae that are in the environment.
  • Soon, the envitonmental load will reduce since we kill off the adults before they can lay eggs, so within a short time, there will be fewer and fewer adult mites hatching out.
  • You can soon spread out the interval to one every 3 to 5 days.
  • Within a month, the problem of mites should be finished unless they are being re-infested from a different source.
  • It is safe to continue to take one every 3 to 5 days to keep it under control.

Do NOT overdose with this treatment. One per day is absolute maximum to maintain reduction of mites and elimination of symptoms.

The name “mite” can describe a number of different organisms that belong to the arthropod family. They’re related to ticks and resemble insects, but they lack wings and eyes.

They’re quite small, too, making them hard to identify. As a result, many people don’t realize they’ve been exposed to mites until they notice what looks like small bites.

Mite bites are typically harmless, though they can sometimes result in swelling, itching, and pain.

Severe infestation can be nearly debilitating. It is time to get rid of them with the Nitenpyram.

Microscopic Demodex mites are a natural part of the human microbiome — the ecological community of microorganisms that live within and on the body. While Demodex folliculorum are found on the skin of all humans, they frequently occur in greater numbers in those with rosacea. There has been much debate as to whether their increased numbers are a cause or result of rosacea. However, evidence appears to be mounting that an overabundance of Demodex may possibly trigger an immune response in people with rosacea, or that the inflammation may be caused by certain bacteria associated with the mites.

You can read more about the research connecting Rosacea and mites here.

Our General Use package of 48 capsules at $79.97 is enough for four months, if used every three days. Our Most Popular 96 capsule size drops the price under $1.40 each and can last 4 to 8 months depending on how often you take it. At that price, you won’t hesitate to use one when needed. Don’t be fooled. We offer pharmacy grade Nitenpyram for much less.
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