100% Bed Bug Knockdown in Just 4 Minutes - 100% Non-toxic.
100% knockdown in 4 minutes, 94% mortality by 24 hours (independently tested in the U.S.
Bio-D Bed Bug Control Spray kills bed bugs quickly. And because it’s non-toxic, anyone can get rid of their bed bug problem.
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Completely safe around children & pets because it’s derived from natural ingredients (wild tomato plant extract)
anyone can use Bio-D – just spray infested areas.
Bio-D™ is a breakthrough
Scientifically proven to repel and eliminate insect pests more effectively than other DEET or Citronella based products. Say goodbye to mosquitoes, bed bugs, flies, cockroaches, ants and other insect pests in your home and workplace. Bio-D™ ’s proprietary formulation of natural, plant based ingredients is 100% NON-TOXIC and safe to use around children, pets and food. Repels and Eliminates Insect Pests. Kills germs and sanitizes the treated area.
Bio-D™ effectively repels and eliminate insect pests
including bed bugs too!
Game Changing Technology
Extracted from the wild tomato plant
Interferes with behavior pattern of insects by naturally disrupting their sensors
Behavior disruption affects colony population and reproduction habits
Scientifically proven to have long lasting repellence effect
Kill germs and sanitizes treated areas
Shown to have antibacterial properties. Effective against 140 different pathogens, including SARS, H1N1, Swine Flu and Bird Flu.
Natural Active Ingredients
Pest & Diseases
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"Vector-borne disease" is the term commonly used to describe an illness caused by an infectious microbe that is transmitted to people by blood-sucking arthropods. The arthropods (insects or arachnids) that most commonly serve as vectors include:
1) blood sucking insects such as mosquitoes, fleas, lice, biting flies and bugs,
2) blood sucking arachnids such as mites and ticks.
The term “vector” refers to any arthropod that transmits a disease through feeding activity.
Mosquito Borne Diseases +
Mosquitoes cause more human suffering than any other organism -- over one million people worldwide die from mosquito-borne diseases every year. These include dog heartworm, West Nile virus (WNV) and Eastern equine encephalitis (EEE). In addition, mosquito bites can cause severe skin irritation through an allergic reaction to the mosquito's saliva - this is what causes the red bump and itching.
Diseases transmitted by Mosquito
Malaria | Dog Heartworm | Dengue | Yellow Fever | Eastern Equine Encephalitis | St. Louis Encephalitis | LaCrosse Encephalitis | Western Equine Encephalitis | West Nile Virus
The cockroach is believed to spread a range of disease-producing organisms to humans including salmonella, staphylococcus and streptococcus. Cockroaches prefer warm, humid conditions with a ready food source.
Diseases transmitted by Cockroach
It is believed that the cockroach may be a reservoir for a range of bacteria including salmonella, staphylococcus and streptococcus. The cockroach can also harbour viruses such as the polio virus.
While feeding on garbage, or other attractive materials, the fly covers itself with bacteria. The fly must transform its food into a liquid, and does this by regurgitating some of the liquids already swallowed, such as sewage and bacteria laden saliva onto the food. The liquified food is then sucked up, but part of the regurgitated liquid is left behind. The fly leaves behind part of its vomit, germs from its legs, and its feces.
Flies can transmit diseases such as typhoid fever, cholera, dysentery, anthrax, gastroenteritis, conjunctivitis, and others. A single fly may carry up to 6,500,000 bacteria.
The presence of ants can come in the way of humans by their habit of raiding stored food, damaging indoor structures, causing damage to agricultural crops either directly or by aiding sucking pests or because of their stings and bites.
Bed Bug +
Bedbugs are small, oval insects that feed by sucking blood from humans or animals. Bedbugs do not fly. Bedbugs can live anywhere in the home. They can live in cracks in furniture or in any type of textile, including upholstered furniture. They are most common in beds, including the mattress, box springs, and bed frames. Bedbugs are most active at night. They may bite any exposed areas of skin while an individual is sleeping. Common locations for bedbug bites are the face, neck, hands, and arms
Bed Bug Bites
Bedbugs bite and suck blood from humans. Bedbugs are most active at night and bite any exposed areas of skin while an individual is sleeping. The face, neck, hands, and arms are common sites for bedbug bites. The bite itself is painless and is not noticed. Small, flat, or raised bumps on the skin are the most common sign; redness, swelling, and itching commonly occur. If scratched, the bite areas can become infected. A peculiarity of bedbug bites is the tendency to find several bites lined up in a row. Infectious-disease specialists refer to this series of bites as the "breakfast, lunch, and dinner" sign, signifying the sequential feeding that occurs from site to site.
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