It depends on what snake venom is used. Snake venom from foreign countries is good for physical and mental health. It can be nominated as two major health drinks with nuclear sewage. I will not mention the following types of snake venom and venomous snakes that can cause human injuries in China: Gold and silver ring snakes-neurotoxin sea Ring Snake-Peripheral Nerve Toxoid King Cobra-Blood Circulation and Nerve Mixed Toxin Cobra-Nervous Blood Circulation Nerve Mixed Toxin Green bamboo leaves, iron-headed snakes, and sharp-nosed vipers-blood circulation toxins; the reason why these snakes can secrete powerful toxins is inseparable from their venom glands located in the upper area of the mouth on both sides of the head. Although the shape and size of their venom glands may vary for different snake species, they are all connected by ducts and the roots of their fangs. Once the prey is captured, toxins are injected into the body! Although there is a switch on the tooth that can control whether to inject venom or not, it is still inevitable that toxins will enter their own blood circulation during the fierce bite. Therefore, some venomous snakes have evolved, especially those with toxoid blood circulation. Antibodies are produced in the autoimmune system. Once the toxin enters the blood, it will be effective immediately to protect itself from death; but for snakes that mix toxins and neurotoxins, it is not a good thing. They have no resistance to their own poison. Not to mention that different kinds of snake venom enter the lymph and blood circulation of the poisonous snake! At the same time, there are some snakes that are naturally non-venomous and prey on venomous prey before they accumulate virulence. If they accidentally attack themselves without specific antibodies, they will undoubtedly die! Especially for animals that are small in size and have no self-rescue ability and the chance to save themselves, the snake can basically pray for being an individual in the next life after being recruited! If someone is bitten by a venomous snake, you just need to ligate the bite wound with a rubber band immediately. If there is no damage in the mouth, you can suck out the venom as soon as possible, and then take the medical insurance to the hospital to inject anti-venom. … See it! ? The venomous snakes are not hurried to join the new communist society? Speaking of people, a group of researchers from Charles University in Prague and the National Institute of Mental Health in Klecany, Czech Republic, did an interesting set of experiments to study human responses to snakes. The research subjects involved 143 people. The scientists analyzed their physiological responses to 20 kinds of snakes, 10 of which are poisonous. In addition to pictures of snakes, subjects were also shown a neutral control picture-a picture of leaves. During the experiment, the researchers measured the participants’ sweat intensity and heart rate. The research team found that compared with non-venomous snakes, venomous snakes evoked stronger physiological responses. On the Likert scale of seven levels of fear response levels (1-“no fear”; 1-“extreme fear”), the average score of venomous snakes was 5.15, while the average score of non-venomous snakes was 3.24. Snakes that cause fear in humans usually have larger sizes, obvious scales and stripes, and bright colors. When people encounter such snakes, the sympathetic nervous system is activated, heart rate increases, and blood pressure rises. The body uses this to mobilize its own energy storage and is ready to take action, such as running away. Conversely, a thinner, slippery snake will cause disgust, but it will not make people scared. People don’t think they are a direct threat.