Acaricide (Acaricide), as the name implies, is the name given to chemical drugs used in the control of mites (Mite). Benzyl benzoate is one of these chemicals. It is sold in Europe under the name "Acarosan". Although it is mostly used in agriculture, there are varieties that will kill the mites and their eggs in places such as carpets and armchairs. Acaricides are sold with different active ingredients and different trade names. One of the most important of these drugs is soil-borne bacteria, abamectin active substance obtained from [[Streptomyces avermitilis]]. Drugs used to combat tick types that cause Crimean Congo Hemorrhagic Fever disease are also of acaricide.