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When insects and other arthropods are exposed to Cedar Bug-Free™ Bed Bug Spray, the aroma of the Cedar Oil overwhelms their breathing system and triggers a suicide ACTION—the spiracles (breathing pores) close and cannot re-open. The Cedar Oil and Hydrated Silica formulation also dissolves the insect eggs and larvae, eliminating the next generation of arthropod, while the aroma of Cedar disrupts their pheromone signals
According to research at the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, academic headquarters for studying the six-legged beast, some strains of bed bugs can survive, zombie-like, for up to 16 days after being directly sprayed with currently used pesticides.
Environmentalist groups say the pesticides that would be effective on bed bugs are dangerous, too. For instance, the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), the most powerful member of Washington, D.C.'s green lobby, objected to Ohio's push for better bed bug sprays in a January 20 letter to the EPA. Propoxur -- the pesticide Ohio was hoping to use — "is a known human carcinogen," the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) wrote, and "causes a variety of poisoning symptoms, many of which can mimic common illnesses; these include nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, wheezing, sweating and tearing eyes. More severe poisoning can cause muscle twitching, drooling, seizures, respiratory paralysis and death." days after being directly sprayed with currently used pesticides.
About the Ingredients
Cedar Bug-Free™ Bed Bug Spray is formulated from all natural food grade ingredients that are Generally Recognized As Safe (GRAS) - 10% pure Eastern Red Cedar Oil and 90% Hydrated Silica (not the dangerous crystalline silica). There are no artificial fragrances, colorants or preservatives and no animal by-products or harmful animal testing.
Eastern Red Cedar Oil is extracted from a species of juniper found in North America east of the Great Plains called Juniperus virginiana. The oil is distilled from the trunk and branches, and is considered safe by the US FDA as a food additive.
Hydrated Silica is a form of silicon dioxide, also known as silicic acid when dissolved in water and, in its solid form, is mined as the gemstone Opal. Hydrated Silica is used in toothpaste, desiccant Silica gel, and is used in the production of beer. In its pure form it is chemically inert. Hydrated Silica is listed by the US FDA as "Generally Recognized As Safe".