Ventage is a Homoeopathic natural based broad-spectrum pesticide against Cotton Mealy Bug. In Ventage highly diluted & potentized homoeopathic medicines are used as active ingredients. These medicines are active against Cotton Mealy Bug but not detectable in lab analysis. For detection, Following Mother tinctures used in different ratio
1- Mother tincture of Neem
2- Neem Oil
3- Mother tincture of Chamomile.

Aim And Targets
Ventage specially designed against the Cotton Mealy Bug as per international record it is confirm that there is no specific chemical for this pest & last three Years, field data of Pakistan was show clearly, there is no effective control of this pest with conventional pesticides. So ventage designed to meet the requirements of needful. The target of above mentioned pesticide is to control the pink Hibiscus Mealy bug & save the damages of crop. It is a broad- spectrum pesticide which has more than one mode of action, which improves quality & efficacy of ventage.

Mode Of Actions
Homeopathic natural pesticides are contact and systemic pesticides which have special drug affinity towards the oxidation centre of the pest and cause the suffocation which results in mortality of the pest. The predators are not affected because of the anatomical difference between parasite & Predators.

Insects simply straw away from areas sprayed.

Crop Growth Regulator:
Ventage is growth regulators, which improve the growth and yield of crop.


One liter Ventage is contains

Mother tincture of Neem = 1 X. 20 % by Total Volume
Mother tincture of Chamomile = 1X 10 % by Total Volume
Neem Oil 2 % by Total Volume
Abies Nigra 300C 18 % by Total Volume
Aethiops Mineralis 200C. 20% by Total Volume
Cenchris contortix. 300C 20 % by Total Volume

Curare 500C 20 % by Total Volume

All Formulation prepared in 50 % Alcohol & 50 % distill water.

Analysis Method

Chamomile Apigenins HPLC 160
Bisabolols GC 185
Neem Lemonoids HPLC

The above-mentioned mode of action start immediately after the spray and completion period is 24 Hours to 7Days.

How & When
• According to the E.T.L
• For the better results always make the 1% solution of Ventages& spray the field thoroughly.

There is no toxicity of Ventage for human beings, livestock and plants because all of those medicines, which are used in homoeopathic & natural pesticides, already used in homoeopathic system of medicines, naturopathy and herbal system of medicines for the treatment of human beings, plants and livestock.

Neem (Azadirachta indica)
Chemical composition: Contains bitters and also quercetin and ß sitosterol glucocide
Pharmacology: Aqueous extract of leaves decreased blood sugar levels and prevented adrenaline as well as glucose hyperglycaemia. Fractions of acetone extract showed CNS depressant, positive inotropic and blood pressure lowering activities. A single dose of 3gm, in human subjects was found to be highly effective and majority of positive stool cases of ascariasis were worm and ovum free. It is found effective against intestinal worms in farm animals. The extract showed antifungal activity against some soil-borne pathogens of Cicer arietinum5.

neem extract

(Azadirachta indica)
General Information
Type of extract           Dry powder
Plant parts used       Extremely bitter in taste with characteristic odor
Loss on drying           Not more than 5% W/W
Lead                             Not more than 10 PPM
Heavy metals              Not more than 20 PPM

Bitters content on dry Not less than 2.5% W/W
basis by Gravimetry/HPTLC

Microbiological profile
Total bacterial count Not more than 3000 CFU/gm
Yeasts and moulds Not more than 100 CFU/gm
E.coli Absent
S.aureus Absent
S.aureus Absent
Salmonella typhi absent
Pseudomonas aeruginose absent

Chamomila (Matricaria Chamomilla)

Chamomile is an annual herb found in southern Europe and northern Asia. It grows along roadsides and fields. The plant produces a round, furrowed, and branched stem which grows one to two feet in height. The leaves are pale green, incised, and sessile, with thread-shaped leaflets. The flower heads consists of yellow disk flowers and white petal-shaped ray flowers that are bent downward to make the disk flowers more prominent. The medicinal part is the flower.

Chemical composition

 Amino Acids  Apigenin  Apiin
 Azulene compounds  Carbohydrates  Chamazulene
 Coumarins  Farnesol  Fatty acids
 Flavonoids  Guaiazulene  Luteolin
 Plant acids  Scopoletin  Volatile oils

Nutrient composition

 Bioflavonoids  Choline  UFA
 Vitamin B Complex  Vitamin C  

Properties and uses 
Anodyne - a substance which relieves pain, usually with accompanied sedation.
Anthelmintic - an agent which destroys or expels intestinal worms.
Antispasmodic - an agent which relieves or prevents spasms, usually of the smooth muscles. Barbiturates and valerian are examples of antispasmodics.
Calmative - a substance that has a soothing or sedative effect.
Carminative - an agent which assists in expelling gas from the intestines.
Diaphoretic - an agent which increases perspiration.
Stimulant - an agent that temporarily increases activity or physiological processes. Stimulants may be classified according to the organ upon which they act; for example, an intestinal stimulant is that which stimulates the intestines.
Tonic - an agent which strengthens or tones.

Chamomile helps promote thyroxine which helps rejuvenate the texture of the hair and skin, and also promotes mental alertness. It is also a soothing sedative and is useful internally for babies and children as an aid in colds, stomach trouble, colitis, sleeplessness, and as a gargle, and externally for eczema and inflammation. As a tea it is used for nerves and menstrual cramps. It has been recommended for persons who cannot tolerate caffeine, such as those with peptic ulcers, hypertension, and heart problems.

It is recognized by the orthodox medical profession, especially in France and Spain, as a valuable medicine for the young. Doctors in an eastern United States hospital gave this herb, as a tea, to heart patients who had not responded to sleep-inducing drugs. Of the 12 patients, 10 immediately fell asleep.

Chamomile contains chamazulene, which has antiallergenic and anti-inflammatory properties. Some species of chamomile contain alkaloids which could induce spasms, but the substance does not have a significant biological effect at the concentrations obtained in a normal human dose of chamomile tea. However, such teas are usually used over a long period of time, during which a cumulative effect might result.

Type of Spray
It can be sprayed both with knapsack sprayer or boom sprayer.

Packing: 1000 ml

Dose: 1000 ml / Acre