There are no bugs in bug juice.
It's an American English idiom that most often refers to some sort of extremely sweet fruit punch (which at a picnic will draw lots of bugs to you) or insect repellent.
Where I am from, soy sauce -- that dark salty liquid put on Chinese food -- was called "bug juice". Whether in the "old country" it really did have some real bug juice in it for additional flavor, I don't know.
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