Naomba kuwauliza wale wenye utaalamu wa afya na wanabodi kwa ujumla hivi sasa wakulima wa mbogamboga wanatumia dawa ya ngao kupulizia kwenye mbogamboga kuwaua wadudu waharibifu hiyo dawa haiwezi kuwa na madhara kiafya?
tunakula sumu kila kukicha ... mara ngao kwenye bonga za majani mara dawa ya kuhifadhi maiti kwenye samaki .. definately ni simu na inaua if not immediately then gradually ... sikuhizi kuna magonjwa mengi .. funny enough zamani ukiumwa kichwa tu panadol inatosha ... sikuhizi subutu .. haifai imekuwa kama mhogo mbichi unatafuna tu ...na ukimeza dawa hovyo utafumua maradhi lukuki na ya ajabu ...
Deltamethrin products are among some of the most popular and widely used insecticides in the world and have become very popular with pest control operators and individuals in the United States in the past five years. This material is a member of one of the safest classes of pesticides: synthetic pyrethroids. While mammalian exposure to deltamethrin is classified safe, this pesticide is highly toxic to aquatic life, particularly fish, and therefore must be used with extreme caution around water.
There are many uses for deltamethrin, ranging from agricultural uses to home pest control. Deltamethrin has been instrumental in preventing the spread of diseases carried by tick-infested prairie dogs, rodents and other burrowing animals. It is helpful in eliminating and preventing a wide variety of household pests, especially spiders, fleas, ticks, carpenter ants, carpenter bees, cockroaches and bedbugs.
Deltamethrin is also one of the primary ingredients in ant chalk.
While deltamethrin is easy to use and very effective, it should always be treated with respect. It should be applied according to the instructions that come with the insecticide. When care is not taken, deltamethrin poisoning can occur.
Since deltamethrin is a neurotoxin, it attacks the nervous system. Skin contact can lead to tingling or reddening of the skin local to the application. If taken in through the eyes or mouth, a common symptom is facial paraesthesia, which can feel like many different abnormal sensations, including burning, partial numbness, "pins and needles", skin crawling, etc.
There are no antidotes, and treatment must be symptomatic, as approved by a physician. Over time, deltamethrin is metabolized, with a rapid loss of toxicity, and passed from the body. Contact a Poison Control center or your physician as soon as possible for guidance in treatment.
Nimejaribu kupitia some articles on the rate of degradation,elimination after absorption,inaonesha athari zake ni ndogo kama zipo,may be in the long run.
wewe kweli ni mweu usipende kubisha vitu usivyofahamu its better to stay cool and to what other people sayin hiyo ishu ni ya ukweli kabisa tena inapigwa kwenye nyanya na mboga nyingine zinazoasiliwa sana na wadudu