Polyrhachis isnt a noot so much as it is a thick, thick mesh of, what is essentially a raw nutrientbomb, or 'Superfood'.

Roughly half its weight is pure protein(as a complex of nearly 20 amino acids), and the rest packed with vitamin A, E, B1, B2, B3, B9, iron, zinc, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, selenium and many other trace elements, as well as ATP(Adenosine-5'-triphosphate), which is what the body uses to transfer chemical energy within cells. It even contains substantial quantities of ecdysterone(insect growth hormone), which has been shown to increase both the speed and scope of general anabolism(the act of creating living tissue from separate components within the body), which makes sense seeing as Polyrhachis has been known for centuries as a regenerative substance, and is today still often used to soothe arthritic pain, boost the immune and reproductive systems, and as a solid source of raw materials used for various biological processes, including tissue regeneration and muscle growth.