Do Ant Bite Have Any Benefits?

Many people are stung by an ant here and there. But they immediately kill the attacking ant. Some people believe that ant stings have health benefits, and these benefits are as follows:

  1. An ant’s bite leads to stimulation of blood circulation and an increase in the number of red blood cells, which is reflected in the body’s activity and vitality.
  2. An ant bite activates the nerve cells in the brain through sensory signals that travel from the location of the stinger to the sensory cells below the brain.
  3. If the body is exposed to more than one bite at the same time, this will lead to skin fibrosis, because all the tablets are in one place, but if they are in several places, that leads to blood clotting. What is meant by dermal fibrosis: is that the skin becomes more resistant to bacteria and more tolerant to high temperatures

What is meant by blood clotting: it is the formation of a layer of blood that is somewhat harder than normal blood, which gives the blood vessels more ability to resist toxins … and thus help the liver and reduce the burden on it.

  1. Ant bites as the best method of dieting. When the ant (female) directs its pinching to the desired goal … it secretes an amount of ionic saliva, and the strange thing is that this saliva burns all the fats in the pinched organ .. For example, if the pinched member is the arm, the saliva It will gradually spread in the whole arm, and thus .. It will burn 99% of the fat in the arm

The truth is:

Most of these thoughts are not scientifically approved, and no approved researches were published yet about beneficial of ant bites and all considered as placebo medicine yet.

Also, some thoughts are very dangerous if you exposed your skin to bites from ants to get these benefits.

Also, many thought wrongly using actual scientific theories to interpret these benefits.

Please be careful when applying non-approved scientific and medical opinions on yourself.

Sarah Edmond

Granted a BSc in Agriculture & Animal Science. Passed 3 Pest Control and Pest Management Training Programs (yet). Over 5 years experience in the following industries: Pest control, Pharmaceuticals, Animal Health. Read many books and researches about veterinarian and environmental health. Participated in many round-table and workshops to discuss and find solutions to the public health issues including pest problems.

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