We actually invented (BEST YET) for our troops in Iraq
The Woodlands, Texas (PRWEB) August 6, 2007
"An aggressive flea, tick, bed bug and scorpion infestation is currently blanketing North America," announced Dave Glassel, President and CEO of CedarCide Industries Inc., a Texas Corporation specializing in the formulation of non-toxic insect control products. Calls from desperate home and pet owners located throughout the U.S. and Canada are received daily. Furthermore, Motel- Hotel chains are frantically in pursuit of a bonafide treatment that will provide instant results to what appears to be a ongoing flea and bed bug issue in their many rooms.
CedarCide Industries is pleased to announce the availability of its new cedar oil formulation BEST YET, a panacea for flea, tick, scorpion and bed bug control. Production levels have been increased to accomodate for the demand created by the current infestations.
According to entomologists, the majority of fleas, ticks, bed bugs and scorpions in North America are immune to the chemical pesticide treatments promoted by local and national exterminators. Furthermore, pest control researchers in many major universities and independent laboratories have for years warned against excessive use of Pyrethroid-based products for consumer use. "We are now paying a heavy price for the continued use of carcinogenic and estrogen mirroring substances that are linked to breast cancer and autism. The same toxins that led to our diminishing honey bee population," quoted Dr. Ben Oldag, Senior entomologist at the CedarCide Laboratory.
The USDA recently announced testing on "BIO" Products as a replacement for the chemical formulations currently used for insect control. Their actions were prompted by the U.S. Army in its quest to provide troops deployed to the Iraq conflict relief from the desert sand flea infestations. In comparison among various "bioproducts", CedarCide's BEST YET surfaced as the first choice in bio control formulations. "We actually invented (BEST YET) for our troops in Iraq," Glassel said in a recent interview with Iowa State University, who conducted the final product analysis for the USDA.
Ironically, this safe, radical new product is now needed here in North America as much as in the Middle East. Flea and scorpion infestations appear to be the largest in recent history. This is not surprising considering each flea can lay up to 500 eggs in its lifetime. The eggs often lay dormant for several years until ideal conditions prevail, subsequently triggering a massive infestation. More serious illnesses and deaths worldwide can be attributed to flea-borne diseases than any other catastrophe. The bubonic plague was spread by fleas on rodents such as mice, rats and squirrels. There are recent reports of homeowners having to evacuate because of severe flea infestations here in the U.S. "Due to the cyclical nature of the problem we could experience this trend for many years," Dr. Oldag suggested.
CedarCide Industries' BEST YET provides instant death to fleas. When exposed to the cedar oil solution, the mortality rate of the flea is 100 percent within seconds. There has never been anything like it on the market until now, Glassel says. Flea treatments prior to BEST YET used water or petroleum distillates as a carrier of the active ingredient, primarily permethrin or other toxic nerve gas by-products better defined as pyrethroids. The CedarCide formulation uses a proprietary cedar oil blend of Texas Red Cedar (juniperus virginiana) and a carrier created from liquefied quartz. In concert with each other, a new molecule is formed that has penetration abilities superior to any flea control substance manufactured. When entering the flea through its numerous breathing pores, the exposure to the cedar oil instantly freezes the insect, creating a never before mortality result referred to by CedarCide Industries as INSTANT KILL. Exposure to the cedar oil formulation immediately triggers the erosion of the exoskeleton of insect eggs and larvae, which results in their dehydration, subsequently rendering their pre-life status DBH (dead before hatch) For outside treatments, CedarCides PCO Choice is used. It is applied with a hose end applicator that delivers a mixture of water and cedar oil to all areas desiring the eradication of insects including but not limited to flea, tick, scorpion, chigger, mosquito, no-see-um, grub, cricket and mole cricket, army worms and numerous other non-beneficial arthropods and snakes.
BEST YET provides immediate relief to home and pet owners experiencing infestations that are off limits to the standard flea treatments practiced by the pest control industry, veterinarians or animal health product providers. Dogs and cats experiencing untreatable flea populations can quickly find relief with one application of BEST YET. Homeowners can easily initiate do it yourself treatments with the use of hand held sprayers or, in the alternative, provide their own solution for treatment by contracted exterminators, maintenance personnel, landscape contractors or handyman. BEST YET is considered a minimum risk pesticide and is exempt from registration by the EPA. No applicator's license is required. BEST YET can be applied to furniture, carpets, hardwood floors or any type of surface. There is no subsequent staining or undesirable residue created with the treatment. BEST YET can be applied on people, pets, premise or any species of animal including newborn kittens and puppies. It should not be applied to plant life.
CedarCide Industries is a provider of active ingredients to the agricultural, plastics, insect control and wood preservation industry. Private label and license opportunities are available nationally or internationally for the BEST YET technology. CedarCide ready to use products are available commercially or to the general public from the http://www.cedarcidestore.com Internet store or by shopping on the http://www.cedarcide.com website. Phone orders are accepted at 1-800-842-1464. Same day shipments insure prompt delivery.
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