Smells like food. Kicks lots of ass!
This is the grandma your houseplants deserve.
With all the scary leaf issues in the world, your plants need a fierce grandma to protect them and keep them gorgeous. Enter: Don't Mess With Grandma, a blend of essential oils that keep your plants looking their best!
Don’t Mess With Grandma is our proprietary essential oil-powered foliage spray that combats many common leaf issues. Here are the ingredients: rosemary oil (Salvia rosmarinus), thyme oil (Thymus vulgaris) and oregano oil (Origanum vulgare). Contains less than 2% of ingredients listed; >98% water.
How to use:
Spray plant 1 to 3 times a week when you bring a new plant home to combat issues that arise during transition from grower to home environment. In the case of new leaf issues, use product several times and be sure to address any low light or improper watering concerns that may be stressing your plant.
Product should not cause photosensitivity, but as with any liquid foliage product, take care when putting plants in direct sun or under grow lights, as droplets of water can magnify light rays.
During use, spray both front and back of all leaves as well as stems and soil surface.
Be sure to keep this and all essential oil products away from cats.
Warnings: DO NOT USE if you have cats that enjoy eating your house plants! Essential oils can cause liver failure in cats. Use caution around any pets, and do not spray over fish tanks (just in case). If you have cats, we recommend spraying your plants outside and keeping them in a closed room away from your cats for a few days. Then simply wash the spray off the leaves using a plain water spray or Oh Happy Plant Bath plus a water rinse, allow to dry, and return your plant to its normal home.
Human-specific warnings: Smells great, but do not eat. If ingested, contact poison control for information. Do not get in eyes. If in eyes, flush with water for 10 minutes and contact a doctor if irritation persists. Should not cause skin irritation. If on skin, simply wash with soap and water. If irritation occurs and persists, contact a doctor.