Yes, you can use Mite-E-Oil to spray tomato plants for spider mites. You would use it at a rate of 12.8 oz per gallon of water.
No, Mite-E-Oil Insecticide-Miticide Spray is not for use inside homes and is not for bird mites.
We are sorry to hear you are in distress and we truly hope your situation improves. Unfortunately without a positive identification of the insect, we can not make a treatment recommendation for you. We can say that even small fleas are visible and easily identified so we are sure that cannot be the problem. You may consider visiting a dermatologist and explaining the issue and they may conduct a skin scrape to look for parasites or run other tests to help find the nature of the issue. You may also consider using clear packing tape and lightly pressing it on your skin when you feel a bite to get a sample of the insect. You can then have tape inspected by an entomologist in your region (you can usually find entomologists at local universities). For your bird we would recommend contacting for vet.
We wish you the best of luck in getting an insect identification and in finding relief soon!
Mite-E-Oil Insecticide-Miticide Spray is not labeled for use on cannabis. Unfortunately, right now there are very few products labeled for use on cannabis. We would recommend checking with you state department of agriculture to see what they have approved for use.
Unfortunately, we are not familiar with the Elector PSP to compare with the Mite-E-Oil Insecticide Miticide. The label on this product shows no instructions to be used around livestock so we do not advise it to be used around these areas.
Per the label, Mite-E-Oil Insecticide-Miticide Spray can pose a HAZARD TO HUMANS AND DOMESTIC ANIMALS. Martins Permethrin 10% is labeled to be applied at 8 oz/12.5 gallons of water, 16 oz/20 gallons of water, 32 oz/50 gallons of water for poultry mites. You will spray 1/2 oz per bird or 1 gallon per 100 birds with a fine mist. Spray roosts, walls and nests/cages. Please read the label for complete application instructions.
No, Mite-E-Oil Insecticide-Miticide Spray is not labeled for scabies nor for use on people. Most folks need to visit their doctor to receive the medication needed to get rid of scabies as we do not carry products for use on humans.