I have had ants for months in my kitchen and bath. Yes, they come in for water as well as food. These looked like tiny sugar ants, and I have yet to figure out WHERE they are entering. (House was built poorly in 1945, and there are MANY ways to get in with bad foundation and entry areas everywhere). I finally found what I hope is a solution: borax and aspartame (originally created as a pesticide, but the makers figured they could make more money using it as a sugar substitute!) mixed to a watery paste. It seems to have helped the situation, but I’m certain that I have numerous nests under the house. We’ll see how long this works until another nest finds its way in.
Also, I read recently that ant queens are smart: if they see their colony dying off, she will split the nest and raise another queen to ‘rule’ it.
no. it depends. I refuse to touch any sort of takeaway/junk food and have removed all sugar and dairy elements from my diet. I eat mostly greens, nuts, tofu, brown rice, carrots and healthy whole grain carbohydrates and that cleared the breakouts on my forehead and nose ( the places where you can see signals from your digestive system). I only drink green tea and water and I exercise regularly. I still maintain this lifestyle because it feels here I am 14 and still looking for solutions. The cause is hormones. My period cycle has been out of order for 5 months and this is why I have got the acne on my cheeks, temples, chin and between my brows. Currently using Vitex a natural medication which regulates hormones and it’s improving a bit.
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