All Natural Snake Repellent that really works!

snake in the garden

Because snakes are always on the move looking for new territories, you need a snake repellent that stops them before they get comfortable near your home!

The first line of defense is cleaning up any clutter that may be around your property. Do not make it easy for snakes to hide. Make sure all garbage cans are tightly closed. The garbage will attract rodents, which in turn attract their predator, the dreaded snake.

The second line of defense is a good snake repellent. There are many different types of snake repellents on the market, many with chemical additives that are harmful to your children and pets. We prefer using All-Natural Cedar Oil for a “chemical free” snake repellent.

Unlike mammals, which mainly rely on their sight and hearing, snakes rely primarily on a smell receptor known as Jacobson’s organ; they can’t tolerate the odor of cedar oil repellent. It will make the snakes weak and disorientated and they will quickly leave the area.

Every 2-3 weeks, spray the oil on and around areas where snakes are present: rocks, boards, flagstones, even cracks and fissures in foundations and crawl spaces. When spraying areas of soil, we recommend applying a thick layer. This method works great for campers.  It’s a great way to keep snakes away from campsites and tents!

All-Natural Cedar Oil solves your disturbing and sometimes dangerous snake infestation problems!

You Might Also Like


  • Reply
    Jerre Sims from Texas
    September 5, 2008 at 1:55 pm

    Dear Garden Harvest Supply,
    Thank you so much for your help over the phone and in your product Snake Repellent NOCDOWN III.
    In cleaning out my RV on day, that had been unoccupied for at least 6 months, I was just about to pick up a small card board box that had toppled over and quickly retrieved my hand. There was a small copperhead IN MY RV!…..I screamed and backed away fast and the snake went crazy. I had made a bottle of NOCDOWN and had it sitting in the front seat of my car, which was right outside that RV door….it seemed so far away. I backed up, ran out grabbed the bottle came in and began shooting the repellent on each side of the snake.
    You were right, he has to have a place to get out. I had even sprayed him. I then stopped and gave him a path way out.I watched as he slithered his way around the slide out of the RV. yeww!
    So before I began my sorting in my storage shed(I have 3). I banged on the walls, opened the doors and sprayed inside all areas but one. They needed a place to escape. I waited a few minutes and re entered. No snakes no nothing.
    After sorting I then sparayed all around the sides inside and out.
    I will always use your product and funny enough there seems to be others advertising a repellent…but I trust works.
    Thanks again.
    Your customer forever
    Mrs. Sims
    Rockwall Texas

  • Reply
    September 6, 2008 at 5:11 am

    Jerre we are very glad your hand was not bitten. Thanks for sharing your comments on NocDown III and more importantly – thanks for being our customer! Joe

  • Reply
    Paul Goedicke
    October 5, 2008 at 4:36 am

    We live in an area of Oklahoma known for rattlesnakes and I fortunately have not seen one yet on my property, but there are a lot of rat snakes and bull snakes because we are close to wheat and cotton fields. We have three small dogs and don’t want them bitten by even a nonpoisonous snake, so I use NocDown III along my privacy fence. There was only one time I’ve seen a snake in the yard, and it was after a week of frequent rains, before I sprayed again. My next door neighbor complains of seeing snakes a couple times a week – I guess they’re the ones that won’t cross into my yard. I use one or two bottles a year. Helps repel mosquitos, too.

  • Reply
    sarang savalekar
    August 1, 2012 at 1:07 am

    I would like to have the information about snake repellent. I want to use near the area of Labour colony of construction site.

    If you could send the details of your product along with the availability of the same in India, I will be very much greatful to you.

    • Reply
      August 1, 2012 at 9:45 am

      Sarang what type of information do you require?

  • Reply
    Ramona Miles
    May 25, 2013 at 11:16 am

    I would like to know where I can buy this product. I have lived in the same area for over thirty years, but in these last couple of years I have seen more rattlers than I care to see. I lost a dog to a rattle snake bite and now my other dog just got bit and is at the vet hospital.Our dogs have and will continue to get the rattlesnake vaccine, but I would also like to try this product around are property lines and home.

  • Reply
    July 14, 2015 at 9:52 am

    Does this snake product stink like snake away or mothballs

    • Reply
      July 15, 2015 at 2:39 pm

      Cookie, this has the odor of cedar. It is pleasant and does not stink.

  • Reply
    April 20, 2017 at 9:38 am

    Hi there, I found a big bull snake in my goat barn yesterday trying to eat my goose eggs. Is your product safe to use in and around the barn with my foraging animals?
    Many thank,

    • Reply
      August 10, 2017 at 8:02 am

      Kimberlyn, cedar oil works best for venomous snakes.

  • Reply
    May 1, 2018 at 3:43 pm

    Just to confirm, Nocdown is completely safe for pets? One of my dogs recently killed a garter snake, but if it had been a rattler, he would have gone after it! And we have killed a couple of rattlers on the property in years past. People have suggested toxic
    powders/sprays around the fence perimeter, but we are on a hill, with the house downhill, so if it rains, the chemicals will run downhill, putting my dogs at risk.

    • Reply
      May 3, 2018 at 4:26 pm

      Linda, Nocdown is completely safe for your pets, so use it as needed to keep the snakes away. Joe

  • Reply
    May 3, 2018 at 5:51 pm

    Thank you. And last, but not least, where can I buy Nocdown? I tried the link you gave in answer to the same inquiry above, found many items, but no Nocdown.

    • Reply
      June 28, 2018 at 7:56 am

      Linda, we no longer carry it as we have dropped all non-plant items. This can be found in a google search.

  • Reply
    May 24, 2018 at 1:29 am

    Can’t seem to find any active link to this particular item. Help! 🙂

    • Reply
      June 28, 2018 at 7:55 am

      Yes, we no longer carry this product. However, there are other online stores that stock it.

    Leave a Comment