Soil and water are considered the main habitats for Brucella. Many mammals can be infected or carry Brucella. B. melitensis infects goats and sheep, B. abortus infects cattle, B. suis infects pigs (culture of suis in photo), B. ovis infects sheep. Recently new species were discovered. In marine mammals (B. pinnipedialis and B. ceti ), in the common vole Microtus arvalis (B. microti ), and even in a breast implant (B. inopinata ). One unnamed strain has been isolated from a baboon. It is found in North American elk, bison and caribou, so this bacteria remains equal opportunity between mammals.
Brucella is the cause of brucellosis. It is transmitted by ingesting infected food, direct contact with an infected animal, or inhalation of aerosols. Transmission from human to human, for example through sexual intercourse or from mother to child is rare, but possible. The disease is characterized by acute undulating fever, headache, night sweats, fatigue and anorexia. Common symptoms in certain animals include spontaneous abortions, retention of after-birth, arthritic joints, infected genitals, lymphatic system and intervertebral discs.
Human brucellosis is not considered a contagious disease. People become infected by contact with fluids from infected animals (sheep, cattle or pigs) or derived food products like unpasteurized milk and cheese. Brucellosis is often considered an occupational disease because of a higher incidence in people working with animals (slaughterhouse cases). The real worldwide incidence of brucellosis is unknown because there is a low level of surveillance and reporting in Brucella endemic areas. Contact with body fluids and aborted fetus' is one of the most common ways of becoming infected.
Brucella became the first known agent weaponized by the United States. The biological weapons program was said to have been discontinued in 1972 because mortality rate of the M33 cluster bombs tested were not high enough. It was then considered an incapacitating agent.
Keeping the body alkaline is very important at preventing this group of bacteria from growing. Orally ingest aluminum free baking soda, ½ teaspoon in a few ounces of cold water every couple of hours.
This Quantum Formula antidotes the various species in the Brucella genus, as well as apoptosis, O-polysaccharides, TNF-alpha mechanism, virBoperon, DnaK chaperones, nikA transport, ureolysis, ammonia, erythritol.
COMPLIMENTARY: If you suspect the need to detoxify this bacteria, consider using our MMS/Citric Acid product along with this remedy. The MMS protocol supplies usable oxygen to help the body eliminate all germs and disease causing agents.