One gallon sized ziploc storage bag full of crushed American Beauty berry leaves. Picked fresh upon receipt of payment and dried in a solar oven. Leaves will be crushed to stuff bag full once dried.
I have had success with ridding flees with this in conjunction with Asimina parviflora powder.
The American Beautyberry (Callicarpa americana), also known as French Mulberry, is a deciduous bush that reaches a height of over two meters (well over six feet). The leaves are large, but the most obvious feature of the plant is the clusters of purplish drupes (berry-like fruits) that become evident in the fall. The flowers that produced those fruits are inconspicuous. Several clusters of fruits surround the stems at intervals of several inches. Each drupe is only about 3 – 6 mm (1/8 – 1/4 inch) wide, but the group of drupes may be about 40 mm (1.5 inches) wide. Each drupe contains four seeds. After the leaves fall, the fruits adorn the plant well into winter and are very visible to birds searching for food. The genus name, Callicarpa, is derived from Greek and means “beautiful fruit.”