Snakes appear as animals with antidotes. So are snakes’ antidotes harmless?
What are the effects of snakes on human blood?
Snake venom inhibits cholinesterase, allowing the prey to lose muscle control. Hyaluronidase facilitates the absorption of other enzymes in the tissue of prey by increasing tissue permeability. Oxidase and protease are used for digestion.
In the images, you will see what effect the venom taken from a venomous snake has on the blood. A drop of the venom taken from the snake is a glass of blood, and see what it does in a very short time.