Yes, it may be that saliva contains antiseptic properties, or it may be that ingesting a little of the bacteria stimulates an immune response. Animals do this naturally, but do not allow someone else to lick your wound.
lysozym in saliva is an antibacterial stuff ........it's natural instinct but so many loose contact with naturality and became culturall, intellectually transformed and dependent on technologies and looks at body as a machine.... so sad...
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