This genus of bacteria contains just a few species which were originally thought to be part of the Chlamydia genus because their genetic coding is almost 95% similar. Each one is listed below, they are all able to cause diseases in humans.
- Chlamydophila pneumoniae is typically acquired by otherwise healthy people and is a form of community-acquired pneumonia. This atypical bacterium commonly causes pharyngitis, bronchitis and atypical pneumonia primarily in elderly and debilitated patients, but can infect healthy adults also. In addition to pneumonia, C. pneumoniae causes several other illnesses. These include: meningoencephalitis (infection and inflammation of the brain and meninges), arthritis, myocarditis (inflammation of the heart), and Guillain-Barré syndrome. C. pneumoniae infection increases adherence of macrophages to endothelial cells, commonly causing atherosclerosis and coronary artery disease (arterial plaque). C. pneumoniae also infects and causes disease in Koalas, emerald tree boa, iguanas, chameleons, frogs, and turtles.
- Chlamydophila pecorum is a species that has been found to infect cattle, sheep and goats (ruminants), koalas (marsupials), and swine. In the koala, C. pecorum causes reproductive disease, infertility, and urinary tract disease. In other animals, C. pecorum has been associated with abortion, conjunctivitis, encephalomyelitis, enteritis, pneumonia, and polyarthritis. Minimal research has been done with humans, but it is known to infect humans also.
- Chlamydophila felis is a bacterium endemic among house cats worldwide, primarily causing inflammation of feline conjunctiva, rhinitis and respiratory problems. C. felis is often found in the stomach and reproductive tract. Human infections have also been reported. Various strains of this species are used as live vaccines for cats, which makes the cat contagious and it is possible for the owner to catch it.
- Chlamydophila psittaci is a lethal intracellular bacterial species that can cause endemic avian chlamydiosis and respiratory psittacosis in humans. Chlamydophila psittaci is transmitted by inhalation, contact or ingestion among birds and to mammals. Psittacosis in birds and in humans often starts with flu-like symptoms and becomes a life-threatening pneumonia, with additional symptoms that mimic typhoid fever. Many strains remain dormant in birds until activated under stress. Birds are excellent, highly mobile vectors for the distribution of chlamydial infection because they feed on, and have access to infected animals of all sorts. C. psittaci strains in birds infect mucosal epithelial cells and macrophages of the respiratory tract. Septicaemia eventually develops and the bacteria become localized in epithelial cells and macrophages of most organs, conjunctiva, and gastrointestinal tract. It can also be passed to the eggs. Any contact with birds can expose a person to this disease.
- Chlamydophila abortus is a species in Chlamydiae that causes abortion and fetal death in mammals, including humans. C. abortus is endemic among ruminants and has been associated with abortion in horses, rabbits, guinea pigs, mice, pigs and humans. Infected females shed bacteria near the time of ovulation, so C. abortus is transmitted orally and sexually among mammals. C. abortus infection typically remains dormant until an animal aborts late in gestation or gives birth to a weak or dead fetus.
- Chlamydophila caviae is known to cause conjunctivitis, ocular inflammation and eye discharge. It is also possible to infect the genital tract of Guinea pigs with C. caviae and elicit a disease that is similar to human Chlamydia trachomatis infection. C. caviae infects primarily the mucosal epithelium and is not invasive. Research so far indicates it does not infect humans, but we put the antidote in our remedy anyway.
This Quantum Formula antidotes the various species in the Chlamydophila genus.
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.