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6 Important Facts About Bed Bugs


A bed bug is a small insect with a big impact. They are drawn into homes and beds by a natural attraction to human body heat and then proceeds to puncture skins with tiny teeth to draw on human blood as sustenance.


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The Top 8 Myths About Bed Bugs


Bed bug infestations are growingly becoming a concern for travelers and homeowners.  After all, who wants to wake up with bug bites all over their body?


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A History of Bed Bugs


Bed bugs have been documented throughout world history since as early as 400 BC in Greece.  For just as long, humans have waged wars against these silent yet menacing little creatures with fungi,…


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Are Bed Bugs Dangerous


The answer is maybe. The bites can be painful and often causes rash or welts on a person’s skin – with the severity of the reaction varying from person to person.


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Bed Bugs Explained

Bed bugs have been a persistent issue when it comes to home comfort and safety for people all over the world for well over 2,000 years. The first documentation of these little pests dates back to Greece ~ 400 BC.  Smart and resilient, these bugs are actually parasitic insects belonging to the Cimicid family – which feeds exclusively on blood. Cimex species tends to specialize in their selection of host animals for blood consumption and the common bed bug, Cimex Lectularius, happen to specialize in humans. This has caused a direct conflict between humans and bed bugs for much of our recoded history.

Dangers

They have not been linked to directly transmit any diseases based on research conducted so far. However, there are over 28 human pathogens from which bed bugs can be infected with – including HIV, MRSA, hepatitis B, hepatitis C, and hepatitis E. There is still speculation on the degree of damage their bites can cause on humans depending on the level of individual reactions.
Normally, they can cause rash and welts that can cause light to extreme discomfort in their hosts – including insomnia. Furthermore, they reproduce at a quick rate which also makes them excellent candidates to

The Bed Bug Bully Solution

The advantage is evident in both its commercial success and distribution worldwide as well as reviews made public by organizations such as the EPA, WSJ, and CNN. Quite simply, it is the cleanest and most effective solution on the market for getting rid of existing bed bugs and preventing an infestation in your home.
Originally developed and used by pest control professionals for commercial businesses like health facilities and hotels/resorts – its release for consumer home consumption has also seen a wave of success as positive reviews flooded in for its effectiveness and non-toxicity, allowing people to remain home while they inspect their homes and safely but effectively spray away these pesky little creatures.

What is Bed Bug Bully?

The active and inert ingredients are as follow:

Active Ingredients: 

check Mint Oil         0.25 %
check Clove Oil       0.30%
check Citronella Oil 0.40%
check Rosemary Oil   0.40%

Inert Ingredients:

check Water, polysorbate 20, dimethyl carbinol, benzoic acid

It is the only product on the market designed with the dual purpose of eliminating bed bugs specifically while remaining non-toxic to your families, loved ones, and pets. In fact, its cleanliness has gained the attention of the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) who determined the Bed Bug Bully be pesticide exempt under FIFRA 25(b):

Product meets requirements of exemption under Appendix APR Notice 200-6, Active Ingredients Which May Be in Minimum Risk Pesticide Products Exempted under section 25(b) of FIFRA (Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodentcide Act.)

How to Use Bed Bug Bully

1. Aim
2. Spray

It is important to note that these little creatures exhibit migration behavior and many infestations occur following members of the home travelling from another location and unknowingly bringing back bed bugs in their luggage, clothes, boots etc. Therefore as you inspect your mattress, box spring, and carpet for potential bed bugs – be sure to also check recent items taken home abroad to be additionally thorough.

Quick Tip:  Spray Bed Bug Bully along your windows, wall cracks, and doorways to build a non-toxic barrier against bed bugs in the vicinity.


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Myths VS Facts

Over recent years – from reports of city-wide epidemics to pesticide resistant super-bugs – bed bugs has seen huge resurgence.

Here are a few Myths vs Facts regarding bed bugs. See if you can differentiate the true statements versus the false ones from the following list:

  • They are fast and can sometimes fly.
  • They can lay up to 500 eggs over their lifetime.
  • They have secret pheromones that can act an agent to attract other bugs as well as an agent to arrest competitor bugs.
  • They are nocturnal creatures that survive only on human blood.
  • They are a source of insomnia.
  • They can live up to a year without feeding.
  • They can survive freezing and boiling point temperatures of water.
  • You must burn your clothing and linens to ensure that the eggs are destroyed along with the bugs themselves.
  • Professional Pest Control agencies do not handle bed bug problems.
  • Chemical agent DDT – now banned – was banned because it was ineffective against bed bugs.
  • New and clean homes do not experience infestation issues.

Ready for the answers?

Here they are by order of appearance:

  • They are fast and can sometimes fly
They are fast and can sometimes fly

False. They cannot fly nor are they particularly fast. In fact, bed bugs on average move roughly one meter per minute. 

  • They can lay up to 500 eggs over their lifetime
They can lay up to 500 eggs over their lifetime

True. They have the capability not only to survive many harsh environments but also breed at a quick and exponentially growing rate.

  • They have secret pheromones that can act an agent to attract other bugs as well as an agent to arrest competitor bugs
They have secret pheromones that can act an agent to attract other bugs as well as an agent to arrest competitor bugs

True. Male bed bugs excrete pheromones to attract females to mate and reproduce while emitting a different type of pheromones to “arrest” male competitors

  • They are nocturnal creatures that survive only on human blood
They are nocturnal creatures that survive only on human blood

Mostly true. They tend to only come out at night and their common blood of choice is definitively human. However, being highly adaptable, there have been cases of bed bugs surviving off of other animals when their preferred blood of choice is not around.

  • They are a source of insomnia
They are a source of insomnia

True. One of the most frustrating things about living with these annoying pests are the painful bites that leads to discomfort in sleeping. Insomnia is a common reaction reported by many victims.

  • They can live up to a year without feeding
They can live up to a year without feeding

False. Though a highly debated topic, research has shown that these pesky pests can live up to 3 months without food intake


  • They can survive the freezing and boiling point temperatures of water
They can survive the freezing and boiling point temperatures of water

False. While they can survive the freezing point temperature of water, it can only survive up to 140 degrees Fahrenheit (50 degrees Celsius) – half the boiling point temperature of water – which leads us to our next point

  • You must burn your clothing and linens to ensure that eggs are destroyed along with the bugs themselves
You must burn your clothing and linens to ensure that eggs are destroyed along with the bugs themselves

False. Lucky for those thousand thread count sheets of yours – the only thing you have to do to get rid of these bugs from your linens and clothes is to wash them at the highest water temperature allowed. Make sure you spray an agent again following your wash to prevent these pests from coming back for residence.

  • Professional Pest Control agencies do not handle bed bug problems
Professional Pest Control agencies do not handle bed bug problems

False. 99% of professional pest control agencies report bed bugs as a reason for customer calls. However, many of the professional pest control agency solutions features chemically harsh pesticides which will often lead to a need for evacuating your home for a period of time.

  • Chemical agent DDT – now banned – was banned because it was ineffective against bed bugs
Chemical agent DDT – now banned – was banned because it was ineffective against bed bugs

False. DDT was highly effective against these insects. Its reason for banning was due to its high toxicity level which proved to harmful for humans and pets as well as the target insects. On top of which, its odorless and colorless form prevented easy detection to this dangerous agent.

  • New and clean homes do not experience infestation issues
New and clean homes do not experience infestation issues

False. They do not differentiate between new or old homes – or even clean or dirty homes. They are attracted to 2 key things – human body temperature and human blood. Therefore you will potentially find them in just about any location you may find yourself in.



So in summary, bed bugs are parasitic insects that have been a part of human habitats for over 2,000 years. While the dangers of bed bugs are not lethal – it causes painful bites, unattractive rashes, as well as possible disease.
Bed Bug Bully is the highest reviewed and most effective solution on the market with a 100% Food, Farm, & Wildlife Safe Rating.
It is the safest solution on the market with an EPA non-pesticide exemption approval and featuring key actives ingredients like Mint Oil.