Can PEE Cure Ant Stings?!

Can PEE Cure Ant Stings?!


– I’m Coyote Peterson,
and I’m about to enter the strike
zone with the fire ant. You guys ready? Your shot good? – [Camerman] Yup. – One, two, three. Holy cow. Ow, ow! Holy cow that’s a lot
of stings already! Okay, I’m gonna have
take my hands out pretty quickly guys. – [Cameraman] You can do it man! – [Coyote] So much worse
than the harvester ants. – [Cameraman] You
got it, 30 seconds! – I can’t, I can’t, I
gotta stop, I gotta stop! (buzzer) – [Cameraman] You alright? Tell me what you’re feeling. – A lot of pain, ah! They’re still on me! (intense drumbeat) Nine, ten, 11, 12,
13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20,
21, 22, 23, 24, 25, oh hey, what’s up? 26, 27, 28, 29. – [Cameraman] Too many to count? – It’s too many to count. I’m about 30 just on my
hand here, I’m guessing I probably took somewhere
in the vicinity of 100 to 150 ant stings
can you see that? – [Cameraman] Yeah your
skin is like all tight. – My skin is tight,
swollen, and it itches and burns right now. Okay, so if you are
ever out in the wild, let’s say you’re out
there for a picnic, put your picnic
blanket right down on a mound of fire
ants, worse thing that could possibly happen, and you don’t have a
first aid kit with you, there’s a little simple
remedy that you can use. It’s kind of gross, but it’s
also kind of interesting. You can actually pee
on fire ant stings, to neutralize the sting. – [Cameraman] Wait what? – Yeah, you can actually pee. The ammonia in the pee will
actually the neutralize the stings and neutralize
some of the swelling. – [Cameraman] Okay, hold
on, wait, we can’t… I mean how are we gonna
have shots of this? – Well, I’m not gonna just
pee on my hands for you guys right here, I actually
brought with me, an entire bottle of Coyote pee. – [Cameraman] No you did not. – Yes I did. – [Cameraman] That is
colored water guys. – That is not colored
water, you wanna smell it? – [Cameraman] Mario! I need you to smell this. – [Cameraman] He says
he’s got a bottle of pee and I don’t believe him. – No I’m not gonna
make Mario smell it, I’ll smell it though. Yup that’s my pee, 100%. – [Cameraman] See now I
really don’t believe you. – Just smell it, you guys
can smell it at home. – [Cameraman] Ugh! – Yeah, gross right? I know, totally gross. It is a bottle of Coyote
pee, but believe it or not, the ammonia that is in
your pee will actually help to reduce the swelling
and neutralize the venom. So what I’m gonna do right now, as gross as it seems, is I’m going to
dump my own urine all over my arms and on
my hands, to try to reduce the swelling and the burning
from these fire ant stings. You ready? – [Cameraman] Not really. – Here we go… – [Cameraman] Hold on, I’m
gonna back up a couple steps. – I’m not gonna
splash you, come on! Alright you ready? – [Cameraman] Yeah, go for it. – [Coyote] Oh yeah that’s pee. And I left this bottle of pee
sitting in the sun all day, and I know this seems
incredibly gross, right, and it is, it’s super gross, I am literally rubbing
pee into my hands, and into my arms. But this is going to help keep
down the swelling from all of the stings. – [Cameraman] Do not pull my
leg, that wasn’t just a bottle of colored water? – Nope, that is pee,
that is pee 100%. That is pee. That is pee 100%. And I left this bottle of pee
sitting in the sun all day. Look at that, my hands have
actually totally cooled down, and I think that the urine, it’s brought out the bumps
in a little more definition, but I think that the swelling
is actually going down at this point. And it’s only been
a couple of seconds. I can tell you this
much, my arms are not burning at the moment. They still itch, but I
definitely feel like the urine is doing the trick. That’s pretty cool. – [Cameraman]
That’s pretty gross. – It is, I agree, that
was completely gross. Probably one of the grossest
things you guys have ever seen me do, but
hopefully this serves as a great example of
what to do if you ever find yourself in
this worst case scenario. I’m Coyote Peterson, be brave! Stay wild! We’ll see you next week. Now while the urine did
act as a temporary relief to my anguish, unfortunately
it did not completely stop the effects
of the ant venom. In total we counted
over 300 stings, and within 12 hours
of the fire ant swarm, my hands have swollen to
nearly double in size, and were covered in
unsightly white postulates. Moral of the story, do whatever you can
to avoid fire ants. If you thought this behind
the adventure was wild, make sure to go back and
watch the full episode. And don’t forget, subscribe,
to join me and the crew on this season of
Breaking Trail.

Yoga For Urine Track Infection (UTI) problems – AxeemYoga

Yoga For Urine Track Infection (UTI) problems – AxeemYoga


Assalamo alikum This is me Azeem available with the same series Yoga For A Minute Today we will learn to cure UTI urine tract infection via yoga. There are 2 very easy yoga asanas First is butterfly. i explained earlier regarding UTI You can even search by yourself,you have to move your legs like this You will get nice stretch at your pelvic muscles you will get relief in urine track infection you can perform this asan up to 5 minute. Second pose is the diamond pose you have to make diamond shape through your legs you have to go all the way down and give nice stretch you can perform this action same up to 5 minutes Do perform these 2 yoga poses in the morning and give us your valuable feedback that how is your learning going on through our yoga training. Thank you for watching!

Herbal Medicine for Urinary Tract Infection Kidney and Male Disease

Herbal Medicine for Urinary Tract Infection Kidney and Male Disease


Namaskar Friends You very most welcome on Lakhaipurtv Chandraprabha Vati is one of the great medicine of Ayurveda is popular to cure semen disease and urinary disease today I will tell you detail about it’s properties, usage and how to make it Let’s know first know its properties and usage Chandraprabha vati is popular for UTI and semen problems this increase power and provides nutrition to body and enhances body charm it effects on urine disease slowly but steady it cures the problems of urine due to gonorrhea semen coming out during toilet or urination leucorrhea, diabetes semen problem, prostate gland enlargement, burning sensation, stone, hydrocele piles, back pain, eye disease and male female disease Chandraprabha Vati helps to cure Let’s know it’s usage in different disease- For Urinary disease- Chandraprabha Vati works fine in condition of any problem in urinary system like, burning, red urine, smelly urine, or any UTI also works high urine sugar level because it effects specially on urinary system removes problem and makes urine clear For kidney problem- if kidney not works well then urine production reduces and due to that dangerous disease may create a type of toxin spreads in body due to low urine production and may create many problems because body impurities comes out through urine in this condition chandraprabha vati is much effective it should be taken 2 tablet thrice daily with Punarnavarishta For nocturnal emission and semen coming out during urine and toilet – this problem found in young people because weakness of semen holding nerves if this occurs before or after urine or toilet night fall or cumming to only see a beautiful lady or talking or touching a lady or premature ejaculation problem then in these condition take Chandraprabha Vati 2 tablet twice daily with giloy kwath For gonorrhea – it also used for chronic gonorrhea use it with Chandanasav its useful in chronic gonorrhea removes related disease and urine comes clear For women disease and weakness of uterus – Chandraprabha Vati is useful for women disease as well as men disease it strengthens the uterus and removes all dysfunction and make body disease free this is very useful for that women who is weak due to much sex or more child birth this is also useful in body pain and periods pain In nutshell Chandraprabha Vati is great medicine for men and women which was effective thousands year before and today also This medicine is ready made available in market ayurvedic companies produce it you can make it at home if you want method of making Chandraprabha Vati- this is sidhyoga sangrah formula, you need these items for making it- Kapoor kachri, Bacha, Nagarmotha, Chirayta Giloy, Devdaru, Haldi, Atees Daroo Haldi, Chitrakmul chhaal, Dhaniyan, badi harre Baheda, Amla, Chava, Vaayvidang Gaj peepa, Chhoti pipal, Sonth kaali mirch, swarnmakshik bhasma, sajji khar jau chhhar, sendha namak, sonchar namak, sambhar namak Chhoti ilaychi beej, kababchini, Gokhuru and safed chandan each 5 grams Nishoth, Dantimool, Tezpaat Dalchini, Badi elaychi, and Banshlochan each 20 gram Lauh bhasma 40 gram and mishri or candy sugar 80 gram Sudh shilajeet and shudh gugul each 160 gram make fine powder of all herbs and make gugul soft by grinding then add shilajeet, bhasma and powder of herbs mix well make paste in Giloy juice for three days then make 500 mg tablets, dry and keep it This is the making method of Chandraprabha Vati not easy but can be made So, Friends today you learned about Chandraprabha Vati if something bounced then ask through comment If you found today’s info useful then LIKE & SHARE this then other people can get its benefits too Must SUBSCRIBE our channel to know another info like this and to get update of new info and to know herbal formulas to cure disease Click on the link in description below to read today’s info If you have any question about today’s info then feel free to ask through comment your view, advice and queries are welcome That’s all for today Wishing you healthing life THANK YOU

Urinary Tract Infections, Animation.


A urinary tract infection, or UTI, is an infection
in any part of the urinary system — the kidneys, ureters, bladder and urethra. An infection of the urethra, or urethritis,
may cause burning sensation when urinating and cloudy discharge. A bladder infection, or cystitis, may result
in pelvic pain, frequent, painful urination, and blood in urine. A kidney infection, or acute pyelonephritis,
may cause back pain (possibly only on one side), high fever, chills and nausea. UTIs typically occur when bacteria enter the
urinary tract through the urethra and multiply in the bladder. Most commonly, these bacteria come from the
digestive tract through fecal matter. UTIs are more common in women because of their
anatomy. Specifically, the short distance from the
A to the opening of the urethra and bladder makes it easier for the bacteria from the
digestive tract to reach the urinary system. This is why the most common UTIs occur mainly
in women and affect the bladder and urethra. Other bacteria may be brought over with S
contact. Women who use certain types of birth control
such as diaphragms or spermicidal agents are more at risk. Hormonal deficiency during menopause also
makes women more vulnerable to infection. Infection limited to the bladder can be easily
treated with antibiotics. However, if left untreated, a lower urinary
tract infection may spread up to the kidneys where it becomes more dangerous. A kidney infection may result in permanent
kidney damage. In rare cases, an infection may also spread
to the bloodstream and can be life threatening. Urinary tract infections can be prevented
following these steps: – Drink plenty of fluids – to flush out
bacteria more frequently. – Wipe from front to back after a bowel movement
– this helps prevent bacteria in stools from spreading to the urethra. – Empty the bladder soon after I to flush
bacteria. – Avoid feminine products such as douches
and powders, which could irritate the urethra. – Avoid diaphragms and spermicides as birth
control methods

How do you get a UTI (urinary tract infection)?

How do you get a UTI (urinary tract infection)?


Urinary tract infections are one very troublesome
complication of an obstructing benign prostatic hyperplasia that can cause patients significant
symptoms. There are two main ways in which BPH cause urinary infections. Firstly, the
obstructing urine may inhibit complete emptying of the bladder such that a post void residual
urine is left within the bladder. This urine can become stagnant and undergo secondary
and bacterial infection leading to urinary tract infection with symptoms of cystitis.
The second mechanism by which benign prostatic hyperplasia can predispose to urinary tract
infections is that to overcome the obstructing prostate, a bladder needs to increase its
pressure: the force with which it exerts to pass urine. This increased pressure against
an obstructing prostate can force urine into the prostatic ducts. This urine sitting within
prosthetic ducts can cause a chemical inflammation which again can predispose to bacterial infection
leading to symptoms of a urinary tract infection such as cystitis and indeed prostatitis.

Urinary Tract Infection In Women | Causes & Treatment

Urinary Tract Infection In Women | Causes & Treatment


Feminine health and hygiene issues are often considered uncomfortable to talk about but we at Glamrs want to open up the conversation. One of the topics being, Urinary Tract Infections or UTI’s. Have you heard about UTI’s, but aren’t sure exactly what they are and how to prevent them? We’re here to help you understand how they occur and how they can be easily avoided, to make sure you’re informed, healthy and confident! A UTI is a type of infection that can affect any part of your urinary system. Including your kidneys, ureters, bladder or urethra. A UTI occurs when fecal bacteria from your large intestine enters your urethra, the tube that carries urine from your bladder to outside your body. Once it enters your urethra, it can travel up to your bladder and cause an infection. If left untreated this infection could travel even further up to your kidneys and result in more severe symptoms. Unfortunately, women are more prone to UTI’s than men because of our anatomy. Our urethras are much shorter than men which makes it easy for bacteria to travel up to our bladder easily. UTI’s can also be caused by sexual activity, improper hygiene or menopause. We are also more prone to the infection while pregnant. A UTI is accompanied by symptoms like a strong and frequent urge to urinate without actually being able to pass much. And an extreme burning pain when you urinate as well. Another symptom is urine that is cloudy or contains blood. If you experience these symptoms, see a doctor immediately! You will be made to give a urine sample to test and then can be easily cured in just 2-3 days with antibiotics. Although it’s frustrating that women are so easily prone to UTI’s, it’s also very simple to prevent them by incorporating these quick tips into your daily life. Drink lots of water and liquids throughout the day to stay hydrated and cleanse your urinary system. Urinate before and after sex as it will flush out any bacteria that may have entered your system. Make sure you’re pushing bacteria away from your urethra by wiping yourself from front to back in the bathroom. Scented feminine hygiene products like washes and wipes might make you feel like you’re fresher down there but they might irritate you instead. Cranberry juice doesn’t cure UTI’s but prevents it by stopping bacteria from traveling in your system, so drink up! Above all make sure to maintain proper hygiene and keep yourself clean. UTI’s often recur so if you have experienced one in the past be extra cautious! Urinary Tract Infections are a pain, literally! But they are also extremely easy to avoid. So we hope you find these tips helpful and that this information arms you with the knowledge you need to feel comfortable, safe and to openly talk about female health issues. Until next time, stay tuned and stay Glamrs.

How Do Insects Poop?

How Do Insects Poop?


The crapper. John. Dunny. Latrine. Loo. Porcelain
throne. Potty. There are more than one hundred words for toilet, but did you know that more
people have cellphones than a place to go poo? Hey there science fans! Dr. Kiki from This
Week in Science here for DNews. A study in the Public Library of Science journal
PLoS One this week investigated the sanitation habits of Lasius niger, otherwise called black
garden ants. On observing colonies of the ants in the laboratory, the researchers noticed
what looked like dark patches in the corners. To see whether the patches were indoor lavatories,
they fed the ants colored food. The result is hard to deny… the ants dedicate special
areas within their homes for defecation. But, why would ants use a toilet when the
whole world could be their bathroom? Humans and other animals tend to separate
the places where they eat and socialize from the places where they defecate. The reason
for this is thought to be mainly for sanitation. Excrement, feces, what you might call poop,
has the potential to harbor pathogenic bacteria and parasites. Human feces is known to contain
E. coli, which causes disease. Highly populated areas with poor or no sanitation often suffer
from devastating water-borne diseases because people live too close to waterways, and excrement
gets into the drinking water supply. So, good health and survival depend on the drive to
not poop where you eat. Social insects, like ants, have been observed
in many studies removing waste materials from their nests. And, like humans, it’s thought
to keep things clean, and provide for the health of the colony. Honey bees take their defecation outside,
and like to poop as they fly. Bee larvae don’t actually poop until they take their first
flight, letting the waste build up inside of them until they become adult bees and are
old enough to venture outside alone. Adult cockroaches collect poop from their
nests and dump it outside. But, there are wood-boring beetles who just fill old, unused
tunnels with their bodily refuse. In this study the ants continued to remove
other solid waste to the outside, adding strength to the conclusion that these patches were
actually toilets. However, the ants did not seem to avoid the toilet area, so the researchers
wondered whether the indoor toilets might serve some additional beneficial purpose,
like providing healthful bacteria to young ants.
Leaf-cutter ants fertilize their gardens with their poop. Termites use their fecal matter
to build their homes. And, some ants use poo to not only mark their territories, but also
identify themselves as part of the group by wiping it on walls and themselves. Then there are insects like the dung beetle
who need the poop from herbivorous and omnivorous animals to survive. They are attracted to
and collect the poop from large creatures for use as food and a place to raise their
young. Although, at least one species lays its eggs on the mother’s own poop. If you are wondering after all this talk about
poop, whether insects like ants pee, the answer is that they do a little of both every time
they defecate. What we think of as pee, is our body’s way to get rid of excess water,
salts, and urea, which is liquid nitrogen waste. Insects don’t have a lot of excess water
remaining from their metabolic functions to excrete, and tend to produce an insoluble
solid called uric acid that gets mixed into the digestive waste via the Malphigian tubules
and pooped out the anus as a substance called frass. It’s not really known whether by
not making liquid pee insects are conserving water, or if turning it into a solid helps
with weight regulation since a water containing bladder would be big and heavy to carry around. And, if you want to know about the weirdest
not pee out there, woodlice, which are not insects but crustaceans, get rid of excess
nitrogen in a puff of ammonia gas through their exoskeleton. Anything else you wanna know about insect
bathroom habits?