Yes, Flumethrin is a toxic pesticide. Flumethrin is an insecticide used to control various types of pests such as flies, wasps, fleas and ticks. It can be toxic to humans and other mammals when swallowed, inhaled or absorbed through the skin. Symptoms of poisoning may include irritation of the eyes, nose and throat; headache; dizziness; nausea; vomiting; diarrhea; abdominal pain; muscle weakness; and breathing difficulties. Prolonged exposure can cause more severe effects such as damage to the central nervous system and liver in humans. There have been reports of deaths due to over-exposure or accidental ingestion of large amounts of Flumethrin in humans. Because of its toxicity, it should only be used with caution in appropriate environments by qualified personnel who are aware of its risks and potential side-effects.
Flumethrin is an insecticide and a common active ingredient in many bug sprays. It has low toxicity when used on humans but can be toxic to birds, fish, and certain other aquatic life forms if it is not used carefully according to the product’s instructions. Therefore, it is important to read the label carefully and follow directions when using any product containing Flumethrin. Flumethrin can be toxic if used incorrectly or in too large of quantities. Always read the instructions on the product label before use and avoid applying this product near open water sources or areas where wildlife could come into contact with it.