Cockroaches are generalized insects with a few special adaptations, and may be among the most primitive living Neopteran insects. They are particularly known to be fond of starches, sweets, greasy food and meats. Easy sources of food will draw them in places like dirty dishes in the sink, pet food on the floor, or food crumbs. Cockroaches feed upon decaying organic matter, leaf litter and wood around it. Not only do they help “clean up” degrading plant material, in the process their bodies trap a lot of atmospheric nitrogen. OBJECTIVE: our products is made to kill cockroaches without using any energy and to reduce the number of cockroaches. METHODOLOGY: Pour 10g of gelatine powder, 250g of baking soda and sugar into a bowl. Mix well. Pour 1.5 litre of water in a pan. Mix the ingredients inside the pan. Boil the mixed ingredients to activate the gelatine powder. Turn off the stove. Let it rest until room temperature. Once it cooled down, pour the mixture in a mould or a bowl. RESULT: the number of cockroaches in our house has been decreased. CONCLUSION: Blattaria Pesticide is more effective compared to normal bug sprays. Other than keeping the house clean, the uses of Blattaria Pesticide can likely overcome the fear of cockroaches. Minimal smell and won't give any bad side effect even if the buyers smelled it for a long time. Our product doesn't have any bad smell that cause discomfort towards users/buyers. Blattaria Pesticide contain baking soda that creates carbon dioxide when put in contact with water. So when they eat it, it kills them. This happens because cockroaches have rigid shells and no internal system to release gas—aka they can't fart. In addition, sugar as ingredient can attract cockroaches because of the sweet scent and taste of sugar. Moreover, they have a strong preference for sweet substances and are known to be drawn to sugary foods and beverages.