Neem oil is a natural pesticide, derived from seeds of the neem tree. The most active component of neem oil helps repel insects and pests due to its strong smell. It's a safe and effective method to use against bed bugs both in private homes and commercial locations.
I mostly used a whole slew of essential oils to help me get rid of bed bugs naturally. But today, I want to give special mention to lavender, an amazing flower and oil that works wonders to repel and kill bed bugs, as well as give you some much needed peace and sleep. Read more: Essential Oils for Bed Bugs. Does Lavender Repel Bed Bugs?
The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has deemed that cold-pressed neem oil "is the only biochemical pesticide registered for use against bed bugs." In fact results have shown that neem oil can help control bed bug eggs, nymphs and adults.
The only health cautions for neem oil relate to actual consumption of the oil, and garden use does not appear to pose any known health hazards. As with any chemical—organic or synthetic—use neem oil only in moderation when needed, and wash all veggies and plants thoroughly before eating.
Ever have bed bugs? You know how menacing they can be. Fortunately, the US Environmental Protection Agency has registered cold-pressed neem oil as the only biochemical pesticide that can be used against bed bugs. 18. 6. Neem Oil For Your Pets. Our furry friends can reap the benefits of neem oil, too.
But I was told by a friend that neem oil will help to eradicate the bed bugs (an ever-expanding problem across the United States). I also read that neem oil can be used as a pesticide against all sucking bugs. Bed bugs are sucking bugs and to me neem oil would be effective against them.