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Get Rid of Bed Bugs With Bed Bug Powder
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Fed up at this point we decided to do some research on our own. After several weeks of reading and many nights of itching we finally discovered a safe alternative to costly sprays and exterminators, one that was 100% natural and safe to kids and our pets. After a week the bed bugs were completely gone.

My Wife made a great suggestion, "Why don't we go ahead and package this amazing Bed Bug Powder

so other people don't have to go through what we did!"

Thanks to that great suggestion our powder has helped hundreds of people finally get some sleep. But don't thank me... Thank my wonderful Wife.

What is a Bed Bug ?:

Definition:

This insect is a small nocturnal insect of the family Cimicidae that lives by hematophagy, or by feeding on the blood of humans and other warm-blooded hosts. How many times have you heard, "Sleep tight, don't let the bed bugs bite"? This lighthearted rhyme doesn't diminish the creep factor of these tiny six-legged insects that hide during the day and feast on your blood at night.

The common bed bug is a reddish-brown insect that doesn't grow much longer than 0.2 inches (0.5 centimeters). They inject an anticoagulant to keep your blood flowing as they suck, along with a numbing agent to keep you from feeling them when they're at work.

They are known to spread disease to humans, although they may be host to the organisms that cause hepatitis B and Chagas' disease. Treatment of bed bug bites usually involves self care, but in more severe cases you may need to see your doctor.

Symptoms:

Signs and symptoms of these bites will usually affect only the surface of your skin, revealing themselves as small itchy red bumps known as papules or wheals. You might find the lesions in a linear or clustered fashion, indicative of repeated feedings by a single bug.

Some people may develop allergic reactions or larger skin reactions such as:

* Large, itchy wheals up to 8 inches (20 centimeters) across

* Blister-like skin inflammations

* Groups of small, swollen sacs of pus

* Skin rashes similar to hives
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