The science behind our products comes from findings established by several universities and study groups, over many years; way too many to reference. Therefore, this information will reference the most recent of studies supporting the use of cedar and cedar oils to combat the most recent of bedroom nemesis and most disgustingly noteworthy; So please refer to: conclusions found by the Rutgers University study to support a spray product using a mixture of latex and cedar oil to control bed bugs. Also refer to: conclusions of the Auburn University Cedar Researchers found the actions of the hardiest of all nocturnal insects, the cockroach, were highly illustrative of the effect of cedar wood to the normal behavior of most all parasitic, bacterial and viral carrying insects.
As U.S. history see it, Juniperis Virginianis was referred to by the American Indians as the “tree of life” for its not only repellant nature towards most insects and parasites, but also its pro-health and healing properties for man, something long forgotten. Cedars main use today is bug repulsion and perfume, as it has been since the time of Solomon’s temple, the pharaohs of Egypt and generations beyond.
We use aromatic cedar in chests and closets to repel bugs from eating clothing and valuables. Why not use it in our beds to keep bugs from eating us? Our forefathers did!.
Simply stated from the science and facts we’ve gathered, cedar wood contains natural oil which contains chemicals that replicate a pheromone, which scientist believe triggers the insect molting of their skin before its time. Most insects breathe though their skin, and being near to aromatic cedar is not a good environment or a pleasant feeling for bugs. For humans, cedar wood repels seen and unseen insects and parasites, and has an elixir effect to the health of your entire body, and that of your dogs and cats.